Week in Review: March 14, 2011

20 March 2011  
It's the Week in Review!

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  • The 9th annual Arizona Wildfire and Incident Management Academy was held at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and included over 40 courses to prepare firefighters for the wildfire season.

  • The Dewey-Humboldt Town Council appointed Doris Cellarius to the Environmental Issues Advisory Committee and Jason Allen was appointed to the Open Space and Trails Advisory Committee.

  • A Castle Canyon Mesa man was arrested following an alleged shooting early Tuesday morning. Forty year old Brett Huggins approached the residence of 46 year old Peter Downing and Huggins was shot as he took a step inside. The suspect and victim didn't know each other and there was no discussion as to why Huggins was at the Copper Hill Drive residence.

  • The Prescott Valley Town Council discussed the installation of 111 new trees as part of the Highway 69 Low Profile Median Barrier project. S C Legacy has provided the low bid for this project totaling more than $39,000.

  • The Dewey-Humboldt Board of Adjustment met on Friday afternoon to review a video on powers and limitations that was partially viewed in January and to discuss the processes and procedures of a Board hearing and holding a mock hearing this month.

  • More testimony from sweat lodge participants in Week 3 of the James Ray Manslaughter trial.

  • On Tuesday afternoon, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors held a redistricting open house at the Yarnell Senior Center and on Wednesday night, County officials held a Comprehensive Plan update meeting.

  • And Prescott Community Development officials reported Trader Joe's plans have been reviewed by Engineering Services and plan modifications have been provided to RED Development.

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

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