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Bill's Newscast: Flu Shots

27 October 2015  
Flu shot clinics scheduled. 

                                   

Share your input on state math and English language arts standards.  Back in March, Governor Doug Ducey asked the State Board of Education to review those standards to ensure that they are the best for Arizona’s students.  A committee was created 1 month later to oversee the standards development.  That committee will be hosting a public input meeting.  According to Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter, this will give area residents an opportunity to comment on which standards they like, which ones they would like to revise and which ones they want to see eliminated.  The meeting is at 6 tonight in the Glassford Hill Middle School Auditorium on Panther Path in Prescott Valley.  

Only a couple more opportunities to get a free flu shot.  Yavapai County Community Health Services has been hosting free flu shot clinics in areas outside Prescott and Prescott Valley, including Seligman, Chino Valley, Congress and Oak Creek.  A clinic will be held from 1 to 3 this afternoon at the Yarnell Community Center on Highway 89.  The Village of Oak Creek Fire Department will host a clinic from 10:30 to 2 on November 12th.  Community Health Services spokesman David McAtee says besides getting a shot, there are steps you can take to help keep from getting the flu. McAtee explains there haven’t been any reported cases of the flu in Yavapai County, but it’s only a matter of time. Flu shots are also being offered at health facilities on Commerce Drive in Prescott, Windsong Drive in Prescott Valley and South 6th Street in Cottonwood.  

The Prescott and Prescott Valley libraries will be hosting some spooky children’s Halloween activities.  Trick or treat for little ones is at 10 tomorrow morning for children 5 years old and younger, followed by a Teen Halloween Party at 6 that night.  Both activities will be held at the Prescott Public Library on Goodwin Street.  On Wednesday afternoon at 1:30, the library will host Teen Screen featuring the movie “The Woman in Black.”  This event is for teens in grades 6 through 12.   

Also on Wednesday, the Prescott Valley Public Library will host a Teen Zombie Halloween Party.  This party will include a zombie costume contest, games and refreshments.  The library is located on Civic Circle.  At 4 Thursday afternoon, the Prescott Library will hold a Halloween Hunt for children 4 years old and up.  

A Peoria man has been arrested in Cottonwood for alleged possession of methamphetamine.  Sergeant Tod Moore explains the incident occurred on North Verde Heights Drive last Tuesday. Moore says Lemons did agree to a search. Moore says the officer retrieved that item. Lemons has been booked in the Camp Verde Jail on possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia charges.  

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