All candidates want to keep D-H a ‘Country Town’
Dewey-Humboldt council candidate Karen Brooks complimented the audience of about 80 at Thursday’s, Aug. 9, candidate forum for being informed about the issues facing the town.
17 students attended PV School’s first STEM camp in June
Prescott Valley School hosted its first ever STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) Summer Camp.
PV town staff, fire, police officials visit 16 groups
Prescott Valley town, police and fire officials expect the applause and kudos from residents on National Night Out when they stop in at neighborhood parties.
For many people, a justice of the peace or constable are not part of one’s daily life.
Dewey-Humboldt Town Council candidate Karen Brooks complimented the audience of about 80 at Thursday’s candidate forum for being informed about the issues facing the town.
Perseid meteor showers best seen Saturday, Sunday nights
The Perseid meteor shower this weekend takes place on nights when the moon is in the new or crescent phase, with about 1 percent of the lit moon surface showing on Saturday, Aug. 11, and 2 percent on Sunday, Aug. 12.
National Night Out in Prescott Valley was all about connecting residents with town officials and first responders, and also to initiate conversations and actions about neighborhood safety.
The Mayoral-Council Candidate forum for Dewey-Humboldt residents takes place from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9, at the Cherry Creek Ranch Event Center, Highway 169 and Foothill Drive.
No crying, clinging children in Lynette Buskirk’s kindergarten class were evident this year.
After the Dewey-Humboldt Historical Society’s monthly general meeting, Charlie Connell will give a presentation on Fain Park Mining History, followed by a presentation on the historical society’s own Two Stamp Mill.