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Week in Review June 29, 2009

Was there too much happening this week to keep track of it all? Well, Bill Monroe wraps it all up for you.

wir_0629I'm Bill Monroe.

  • The Yavapai Humane Society took over animal control services Wednesday for Prescott Valley
  • The Taxpayer Protection Committee submitted more than 3400 petition signatures to Prescott City Clerk Liz Burke
  • District One Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick was in Prescott Valley on Thursday afternoon
  • The Arizona Department of Transportation stopped work on all highway projects Friday for the holiday
  • The Prescott Unified School District Board held a special meeting to discuss budget reduction options
  • Wednesday, Judge David Gass ruled that Paul Armenta and Shannon Miller should be removed from the ballot due to invalid signatures
  • The Town of Chino Valley held a meeting on landscape design on Wednesday
  • The World's Oldest Rodeo kicked off its 122 anniversary on Monday night

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I'm Bill Monroe and that's your QNA News Week in Review.


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