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Week In Review: October 26, 2009

01 November 2009  

A lot of critical issues were decided last week, and Bill brings a roundup of all of them.

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  • On Monday, the Arizona Court of Appeals concluded the trial court erred in staying Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Michael Bluff's order and reversed the lower court's decision.
  • The Prescott City Council rejected a resolution of support for a proposed Town of Williamson Valley incorporation Tuesday.
  • Slow production on the new H1N1 vaccine prompted Yavapai County Community Health Services officials to cancel vaccination clinics Tuesday and Saturday.
  • It was reported Sedona sweat lodge ceremony organizer James Ray had cancelled all his events for the rest of the year.
  • State Attorney General Terry Goddard was in Prescott Tuesday morning to host a Senior Anti-crime University.
  • On Tuesday night, the Prescott Unified School District held a public forum on communication.
  • Arizona Public Service providers partnered with the Central Yavapai Fire District and other local first responders for a rescue drill Wednesday morning.
  • And City of Prescott officials reported Friday Arizona Office of Administrative Hearings Judge Thomas Shedden upheld the City's right to pump water from the Big Chino aquifer.

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I'm Bill Monroe and that's your QNA News Week in Review.

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