KQNA News (1351)
Alleged poaching suspects have been apprehended; a special workshop for the Prescott City Council and drastic cuts to mental health threaten programs and safety.
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.
Tomorrow's the celebration of the state's oldest fire department, and it happens right here in Arizona.
GlobalTranz is expanding in Prescott Valley; the Harlem Globetrotters are here tonight and in other news, there have been several arrests recently.
Two schools win the prestigious Golden Plate Award, multi-modal travel discussion, and HUSD clarifies the Superintendent issue.
Bill rounds up the news about Williamson Valley Community Organization discussions, AZ Sundogs activities and whether or not a new water tank should be placed in the vicinity of Thumb Butte.