Today: Nov 19 , 2018

Bill's Newscast: Sean Spicer Comes to Prescott
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The Republican Women of Prescott bring Sean Spicer to Prescott.

Cottonwood Police officers will soon be walking the beat. 

Officials say officers assigned to a particular neighborhood or zone will personally make contact with residents and business owners to reinforce the benefits of the Neighborhood Officer and Safe Shopper/Safe Community programs. Police will hand deliver brochures that further illustrate these programs and allow residents and business owners to determine what specific neighborhood they are located in.  There will be contacts in the brochures for neighborhood officers.  Through a written agreement and partnership with business owners and property management, the Safe Shopper/Safe Community program is intended to reduce incidents that adversely impact the safety of businesses and property.  Officers will have the ability to trespass individuals engaged in behaviors deemed prohibited on certain properties, such as loitering or solicitation.  

The former White House Press Secretary is coming to the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center. 

Sean Spicer is the scheduled guest speaker at the Republican Women of Prescott’s annual fundraising event Saturday night at 7.  

He served as Press Secretary under President Donald Trump last year.  This event coincides with last month’s release of his new book, “The Briefing.”  During an interview with Sanford Cohen for Talk of the Town on KQNA 1130 AM and 95.5 and 99.9 FM, Spicer described what’s discussed in his book. Spicer explains what he hopes people will get out of reading his book. Spicer will speak at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center, located on Sheldon Street in Prescott.  A book signing will take place as part of a VIP event at 5.  

A Cottonwood teacher has been arrested for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a 17 year old male.  

The arrest of 22 year old Isabella Bowman took place yesterday. Cottonwood Police Sergeant Monica Kuhlt says the investigation is ongoing. Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District Superintendent Scott King has issued a letter to parents indicating Bowman has been placed on administrative leave pending a full investigation for alleged possession of marijuana and sexual misconduct.  Anyone who has any information on this incident is asked to call Cottonwood Police at 634-4246.  

 

Bill Monroe, KQNA News, 1130 AM

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