Week in Review: January 10, 2011

16 January 2011  
From rainbow trout to another Prescott mayoral candidate, Bill brings a complete news roundup.

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  • The Prescott City Council voted to keep the Downer Trail gate closed.

  • The Yavapai College Governing Board held a special meeting Tuesday morning to discuss composition of the Presidential Search Committee, the search process and the search timeline.

  • The Prescott Unified School District Board held a quick meeting Tuesday night to approve policy revisions involving a professional Reduction in Force and Meet and Confer procedures.

  • Rainbow trout returned to Prescott’s Watson Lake for the first time in nearly 50 years.

  • The Prescott Valley Town Council held a reception for 6 year member Harold Wise Thursday night.

  • The Humboldt Unified School District Board elected Richard Adler President and Howard Moody Vice President for the year.

  • A candlelight prayer vigil was held at the Prescott Courthouse Square Wednesday night.

  • According to Prescott City Clerk Liz Burke, Councilwoman Mary Ann Suttles picked up a candidate packet to run against incumbent Mayor Marlin Kuykendall.

  • The Harlem Globetrotters’ 4 Times the Fun Tour made a stop at Tim’s Toyota Center Friday night.

  • And Friday was City Manager Steve Norwood’s last day with the City of Prescott.

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

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