Week in Review: August 23, 2010

30 August 2010  
From shootings to politics, a whole lot happened this week!

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  • After almost 2 years, Horizon Air discontinued service at the Prescott Airport on Sunday, August 23rd.
  • Yavapai College officials reported soaring enrollment as the Fall semester got underway.
  • Tuesday was Primary Election Day, and Flagstaff dentist Paul Gosar came out as the big winner in the 8 person Congressional District One race, receiving 11,455 votes.
  • Other big winners were House Majority Whip Andy Tobin and former Chino Valley Mayor Karen Fann.
  • Senator John McCain and Governor Jan Brewer participated in a Victory Rally at McCain's East Gurley Street office Thursday morning.
  • The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office announced 27 alleged suspects had been arrested following a shootout in Chino Valley on Saturday, August 21st.
  • City and Town Councils did not hold meetings due to the annual conference of the Arizona League of Cities and Towns, which started Tuesday and ran through Friday in Glendale.
  • Arizona Department of Transportation representatives were joined by Town of Clarkdale staff for a public open house Thursday afternoon.
  • And the 10th annual Prescott Jazz Summit kicked off at noon Friday with a free concert at the Courthouse Plaza.


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

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