I'm Bill Monroe.
Governor Jan Brewer visited Prescott on Monday afternoon.
On Tuesday, the Prescott City Council approved an intergovernmental agreement with Yavapai County and an amendment to site, grading and landscape plans for the Lowe's project.
The Prescott Valley Town Council discussed implementation of a Working Greener program.
Prescott Valley hosted the Arizona Law Enforcement Canine Association Canine Officer Survival seminar this week.
Prescott Police Chief Randy Oaks tendered his resignation on Monday.
On Tuesday night, the Humboldt Unified School District Board adopted the 2009-2010 budget.
The Prescott Valley Police Department held a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new police statue Thursday night.
And the Prescott TEA Party held a protest Friday morning at District One Congresswoman Anne Kirkpatrick's office on South Montezuma Street and Senator John McCain's office on North Cortez Street.
I'm Bill Monroe and that's your QNA News Week in Review.
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