Bill Monroe

Bill Monroe

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Week in Review: October 4, 2010

From the Adrenaline to political events, Bill brings a round up of all that happened last week.

Bill's Daily Roundup: Friday List of Things to Do

Lots to do this weekend: the Agua Fria Festival, the Fallfest Arts and Crafts Show and the PV American Motorcyclist Association Pro Racing Grand National Championship Mile.  And some new stop signs are being installed, be careful!

Bill's Daily Roundup: Sundogs Training Camp; Car Accident

The Sundogs training camp has three forwards that have reported, a Dewey-Humboldt man walks away from a rollover accident, and a fundraiser is planned for an ill child.

Bill's Daily Roundup: Sundogs, Fire Departments, Scams

Burnie, the Sundogs Mascott helped distribute gift bags; a new firefighter for Mayer and a Prescott woman falls victim to a scam.

Bill's Daily Roundup: Flu Clinics, Forum Notes

Paul Gosar and Ann Kirkpatrick were on the same stage over the weekend, discussing where they each stand on issues. Also, learn about the flu clinics opening up.

Week in Review: September 27, 2010

Humboldt Unified School District Board met to discuss goals and self-evaluation; and the City of Prescott held off on making a decision regarding false alarms. These stories and more.

Bill's Daily Roundup: Cleanups, Blood Drives, Dogtoberfest

PV Fall Cleanup Event, a $4 million check, Paul Gosar to debate for first time with Ann Kirkpatrick and it's time for Dogtoberfest!

Bill's Daily Roundup: County Fair Starts This Weekend

This weekend is the start of the County Fair out at the Fairgrounds. Also, today is the last day to participate in a Gallup poll.

Bill's Daily Roundup: No More False Alarms

Sundogs announce new ownership group, and the Prescott City Council considers what to do about false alarms.

Bill's Daily Roundup: Number 29 To Be Retired

An arrest for false reporting; a really bizarre incident at the Prescottonian Motel; Catch-22; and on the good side, Bartolone has his number retired with the Sundogs.