Bill Monroe

Bill Monroe

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Bill's Daily Roundup: Arrests, Thefts and Tickets

An arrest was made in an alleged child molestation case; there have been some auto and auto parts thefts and Chief Maxson talks about e-citations.

Week in Review: September 6, 2010

New President for the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce, rising water rates in Prescott, and an EPA reuse plan for Dewey-Humboldt.

Bill's Daily Roundup: Spaghetti Dinner, Empty Bowl and Tailgating

A spaghetti dinner will be held to benefit Meals on Wheels, Empty Bowls for the Yavapai County food banks, and a special 9-11 ceremony in Prescott Valley.

Bill's Daily Roundup: Karaoke Idol to Be Crowned Tonight

A Karaoke Idol will be crowned tonight in Prescott; and there's a new Verde District Ranger, Celeste Gordon.

Bill's Daily Roundup: Sundogs, Prescribed Burn, Shoplifting

Prescribed burns are starting again in the Prescott National Forest; the Sundogs have two new players and a Prescott store has been hit by a shoplifter.

Bill's Daily Report: Meetings, Meetings, Meetings

Lots of meetings today, including the Dewey-Humboldt Town Council meeting which will discuss the Environmenatl Protection Agency Reuse Plan for the Iron King Mine and Humboldt Smelter Superfund sites.

Week in Review: August 30, 2010

From retirements, to condolences, to a Sundogs Town Hall meeting, Bill brings a review of the significant news from last week.

Bill's Daily Roundup: Camping, Friendly Pines Anniversary

Friendly Pines Camp celebrates its 70th anniversary.

Bill's Daily Roundup: Softball, AC Williams

A.C. Williams has died at the age of 85. Williams is credited with making Prescott the Softball Capitol of the World.

Bill's Daily Roundup: Underaged Tatooing, 11 Pounds Marijuana

You've gotta be 18 to get tatooed without parental permission, as a Cottonwood shop is learning, and 11 pounds of marijuana have been seized following a traffic stop.