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Bill Monroe takes a quick look at the events from last week, including the rejection of the Williamson Valley Community Plan and the search for new school superintendents.
{rawcontent rc=132}Chino Valley will consider tabling a water proposal indefinitely, I-17's potential of rock slides and a fire in PV is considered as suspicious.
Between political visits and meetings, a lot happened this week!
Yavapai County is considered fairly healthy according to a new report; Prescott Valley will discuss prisons yet again and Chino Valley is interviewing City Manager candidates today.
Bill brings news of 500,000 fans; visits from Senator Jon Kyl and JD Hayworth; and the search is on for the next Superintendent of Prescott Unified School District.
Sixteen documents have been filed in the State of Arizona vs. James A. Ray case since February 9. What do they all mean? We try to help you make sense of it all.