KQNA News (1359)
Dewey-Humboldt has a few things on its agenda for tomorrow, and the City of Prescott has some positive news.
If you live in the City of Prescott, you'll be on your own for getting your dog licensed next year. No reminders will be sent out.
Continued investigations, meetings and a possible policy change at Prescott Unified School District.
An arrest was made in an alleged child molestation case; there have been some auto and auto parts thefts and Chief Maxson talks about e-citations.
New President for the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce, rising water rates in Prescott, and an EPA reuse plan for Dewey-Humboldt.
A spaghetti dinner will be held to benefit Meals on Wheels, Empty Bowls for the Yavapai County food banks, and a special 9-11 ceremony in Prescott Valley.