It was Sunday, October 28, when Yavapai County Sheriff Office's Deputy Dean Guthery conducted a traffic stop for erratic driving on I-40 near Seligman. Approaching the vehicle, he noticed the strong odor of marijuana emanating from the Lincoln Town Car.
"If I vote for the annexation, it accepts the Development Agreement. I don't like the Development Agreement." And with that, Mary Ann Suttles cast her "No" vote next to that of Bob Luzius...
So, what is a Business Profile, anyway? And, what's the difference between a Business Profile and Business News?
The weather should be gorgeous, at a predicted 80º F. , and it's only three days until Halloween - can you believe it? But, most critical of all, today is the last day that you can enter to win the free prizes being offered by Prescott eNews out at the Pumpkin Festival in Chino Valley.
Just over a month ago, the City of San Diego unveiled their Reverse 911 call system. And, it was just in time, too. This week as forest fires raged out of control in California, an estimated 500,000 phone calls went out to residents in San Diego informing them that it was time to evacuate.
Ever wonder what Prescott eNews is up to? What some of the people involved look like? Want to talk with them about story ideas? Well, here's your chance! Prescott eNews has a booth at the Chino Valley Pumpkin Festival. Not only are we there to meet and greet, we're partnering with Big Brothers Big Sisters, to help them get the word out about their program and the terrific things they're doing for kids who just need people to spend time with them.