I'm Bill Monroe.
- The school year started Monday in the Prescott and Humboldt Unified School Districts.
- The Yavapai College Governing Board met Tuesday afternoon in Chino Valley to plan its September 14th workshop.
- The Dewey-Humboldt Town Council met in a special session Tuesday afternoon to discuss whether to retain independent counsel for legal advice regarding the Town Manager's contract.
- The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office reported human remains found less than 2 miles from the Beaver Creek campground were believed to be those of 2 year old Sylar Newton, who disappeared from the campground on July 25th.
- It was announced Thursday that Prescott Valley Mayor Harvey Skoog has been appointed to the new Arizona Homeland Security Senior Advisory Committee, which will hold its first meeting September 1st at the State Capitol in Phoenix.
- State Attorney General Terry Goddard announced Prescott Valley resident Diana Glattfelder had been charged with hindering prosecution and conspiring to commit escape of 3 convicts from a private prison near Kingman.
- The Prescott City Council took no action on a grant application for the Peavine Trail crossings.
- The Prescott Valley Town Council approved an amendment to the Town Engineer Agreement Thursday night that will allow engineering and design services for the Mountain Valley Park multi-use path project.
- And Yavapai County Sheriff Steve Waugh issued a message of thanks and condolences following the August 14th deaths of Detention officers 42 year olds Brian Callaghan and John Schultz and 24 year old Jose Presas.
I'm Bill Monroe and that's your KQNA News Week in Review.