Community Cupboard Food Bank, prescribed burning, and the annual Arizona History convention, all covered in Bill's Daily Roundup.
Are your children properly immunized? What are the school boards going to do about those budget cuts? Find all this and more in Bill's daily roundup!
From Yavapai College budget discussions, to a visit by Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick, Bill gives a round up of local activities.
From bobcats to TEA Parties, here is the Week in Review by Bill Monroe.
The 2009 Wildfire Expo will be held tomorrow, as well as a good cleaning of Granite Creek. Read this and more on Bill's Daily Roundup.
This is official Bike Month for Prescott, according to a Mayor's proclamation, as Bill reports. In addition, polling is underway to help decide if the one-cent sales tax should be extended in some format or another.