Wyatt Field left the home following an argument and after an extensive search, he was found at a Prescott Valley church.
On Tuesday night, the Humboldt Unified School District Board approved a recommendation to Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter. This recommendation involves having 1 of the 3 candidates for a 2 year Board seat serve a 4 year term. There are only 2 candidates running for 3 4 year terms in the November General election.
The Prescott Unified School District Board held a retreat on Thursday morning. Among the items discussed were the Business and Education Committee, communication between parents and schools and a possible bond or override issue.
Governor Jan Brewer and Congressman Paul Gosar were on hand for a building dedication ceremony for the Yavapai Accommodation School District Campus Thursday afternoon. The Aspire Middle and High School campus is located on Centerpointe East Drive in Prescott. The 12 thousand square foot campus also houses the School Superintendent’s office and the County Education Services Agency.
The Prescott City Council wanted to take more time on bed tax allocations, so members voted Tuesday to defer action on that item. The allocations come from taxes levied on visitors to Prescott hotels and motels, and they are expected to be voted on in early September.
Prescott College’s first ever student housing project was unveiled to the public Wednesday afternoon. Following a ribbon cutting at Campus Village, attendees were given tours of the 104 bed complex located on Grove Avenue.
The Prescott Valley Town Council discussed the use of Yavapai County Flood Control District funds Thursday night. The District allocates funding every year, and the Town plans on using the 500 thousand dollars to finish off the Western Boulevard Storm Water Management Improvement Project and for an Agua Fria Flood Plain Revision Study.
And on Friday afternoon, Tim’s Toyota Center officials discussed plans to have the Yavapai Fair return there. The Fair was held at the Prescott Valley Center last September following the closure of the County Fairgrounds. The theme for this year’s Fair, which runs from September 27th through the 30th is Happy 100th Birthday Arizona!
I'm Bill Monroe and that's your KQNA News Week in Review.