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Tuesday 06/02/2015
Parker and La Paz County Arrest Report

The following information is provided by the La Paz County Sheriff’s Office. People named could have their charges reduced or dismissed. All people are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law. Law enforcement agency abbreviations: the SO: La Paz County Sheriff’s Office;...

Posted: June 02, 2015
Parker has capital projects in 2015-16 budget

The town of Parker has several capital projects proposed for its 2015-16 budget. Town Manager Lori Wedemeyer has said that, as in years past, there won’t be enough money for all of them.

Posted: June 02, 2015
Jones’ lawsuit against Quartzsite dismissed

Quartzsite activist Jennifer Jones has lost her civil rights lawsuit against the town of Quartzsite.

Posted: June 02, 2015
Spanky’s RV & Marine groundbreaking scheduled

When you walk into Spanky’s, color abounds with the wide variety of products they have for the RV or water recreation. You will be greeted by owners Don and Donna Rountree and their staff.

Posted: June 02, 2015
ADOT gives overview of highway projects to La Paz County supervisors

Arizona Department of Transportation Yuma District Engineer Paul Patane gave the La Paz Board of Supervisors a list of projects that had been completed, underway or planned.

Posted: June 02, 2015
La Paz County services to get reimbursed

The La Paz County Board of Supervisors had a special meeting May 20 to adopt the Schedule of Reimbursement of county services.

Posted: June 02, 2015
Memorial Day weekend busy in Parker

It was a busy but relatively calm Memorial Day weekend in the Parker area. The Director of the Parker Area Chamber of Commerce said the motels, resorts and campgrounds were full for the weekend.

Posted: June 02, 2015
School district discussing Impact Aid uses

Federal Impact Aid and how it should be spent will be the main topic at a meeting of the Parker Unified School District Governing Board June 10. Assistant Superintendent Brad Sale will be summarizing the input from a public hearing held May 6.

Posted: June 02, 2015
CPR and First Aid Classes to be taught

Fire Chief/Paramedic K. Hess, of the Quartzsite Fire District will be instructing CPR classes and a First Aid class, July 16, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Cost is $30. Space is limited, register by calling 928-927-6556.

Posted: June 02, 2015

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