It's Cinco de Mayo, as Bill points out. It's also a time to mourn the loss of Ed Seder, a former police chief of Prescott Valley.
It's a day of meetings, as Bill reports; also, Prescott Valley might also be looking at a community garden behind Albertson's.
Bill reports on the guilty verdict for a man who pointed a laser at a helicopter, and Representative Ann Kirkpatrick holds telephonic conference.
It's time for the Whiskey Row Marathon, and that's not all the happenings in the Quad-City area this weekend!
It was a successful cleanup day at Granite Creek, as Bill explains. And yes, about that Tourism Director? All will be discussed today.