Cast11 New Podcast, Prescott Holidays, Yavarin, Traffic, Prescott Events – September 28, 2022

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Hosts Elicia Morigeau and Guy Roginson cover this week’s top local news, events and updates from the Prescott area and beyond. This week, they cover the latest podcasts on Cast11 – Waiting for the Call, Prescott Holiday Events and Volunteer Opportunities, Transportation through Prescott Valley Yawarin, High School Football Games, and more.

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Here’s an update for the week of September 7th2022:

  • Prescott’s latest podcast released, waiting for the call
  • Prescott’s Christmas Parade is accepting applications
  • Prescott Film Festival puts the world in focus
  • Prescott Valley Police turn your home into a crime-fighting superhero
  • Prescott Valley Town Center business opens during construction
  • Prescott Valley YavaLine service started
  • Florence Road begins paving on Tuesday, September 26
  • Rafters Eleven – Live Music and Happy Hour
  • iDEALios of the week
  • Prescott Valley haunts the green
  • Pirate Noon Kids Show
  • Book Barn and Bakery Sales – Paulden
  • 2nd Annual Chino Valley Food Truck Festival
  • PV Police K9 Ballistic Vest Fundraiser
  • To-Do List for a Healthy Yard in the Fall
  • FallFest in the Park – Arts and Crafts Exhibition
  • Arizona tribe and wildlife biologists save endangered Apache trout
  • AZ desert helicopter crashes; 2 uninjured
  • Cast11 Podcast Network Update
  • The Ultimate Vacation Guide for 2022

Prescott’s latest podcast released, waiting for the call

Cast11, Prescott’s #1 Podcast Network is excited to welcome Prescott’s latest show, waiting for the call! Every Monday, hosts Mike and Ben dig into their address book to bring you the funniest conversations with celebrities from around the world.

Prescott’s Christmas Parade is accepting applications

Organisers of Prescott’s popular Christmas Parade, Prescott Downtown Partners’ Holiday Lights Parade and Prescott Christmas Parade are now accepting parade entries. Both parades were held in downtown Prescott and around Court Square.

Prescott Film Festival puts the world in focus

The 12th Annual Prescott Film Festival, September 27-October 2, at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center. The 2022 Prescott Film Festival brings a tantalizing mix of on-screen excellence, industry dialogue, and events that connect communities to town with a shared love of film.

Prescott Valley Police turn your home into a crime-fighting superhero

Organisers of Prescott’s popular Christmas Parade, Prescott Downtown Partners’ Holiday Lights Parade and Prescott Christmas Parade are now accepting parade entries. Both parades were held in downtown Prescott and around Court Square.

Prescott Valley Town Center business opens during construction

Fain Signature Group has started work on a new LEGADO project and a new 5 Guys and Jersey Mikes location on the corner of Florentine Rd and Glassford Hill Rd. During this work, all businesses in the Prescott Valley Town Center remain open and ready to serve the public!

Prescott Valley YavaLine service started

On September 12, 2022, the town of Prescott Valley launched the YavaLine as part of Phase 1 of the Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning Organization (CYMPO) Phased Transit Program. A new transportation system, YavaLine Regional Transportation (YAV), begins operating its on-demand/microtransit system in the heart of the Prescott Valley.

Florence Road begins paving on Tuesday, September 26

Beginning Tuesday, September 27, 2022, Earth Resources Corporation will begin laying Florentine Road between Navajo Drive and Majesty Drive. Paving will continue until today, Wednesday,
September 28, 2022.

Rafters Eleven – Live Music and Happy Hour

Live music and happy hour deals including wine and artisan bread.

Friday, 5:00-7:00 pm, Rafter Eleven
2985 Center Ct B, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314

iDEALios of the week

This is your iDEALio of the week Rafter Eleven: Wild Wednesday! Offer ends November 30, 2022. Coupon does not apply to any other offers. You must provide the coupon when ordering. Bring this iDEALio to your phone and tell them what iDEALios – AZ is sending you! You can view all current iDEALios at: www.Signals A Z.com/Deals

Prescott Valley haunts the green

Time to start scaring you! Join us on October 28th for our annual green event! There will be many family friendly activities.

Pirate Noon Kids Show

Prescott Valley Performing Arts presents Pirates Past Noon Kids, the Magic Treehouse series.

Book Barn and Bakery Sales – Paulden

Books, DVDs and baked goods will be sold at Friends of the Library Company’s annual Book Barn and Bake Sale.

2nd Annual Chino Valley Food Truck Festival

Bring your friends and family to this free event! Many trucks come with a variety of food and beer gardens.

PV Police K9 Ballistic Vest Fundraiser

The event will include K9 demos, stunts, vendors, a dog costume contest and more to raise funds for PVPD K9s.

To-Do List for a Healthy Yard in the Fall

The Waters Garden Center in Prescott has free gardening classes on your fall to-do list, and you should have a healthy yard.

FallFest in the Park – Arts and Crafts Exhibition

Browse vendor merchandise, shop for unique crafts, and eat delicious food.

Arizona tribe and wildlife biologists save endangered Apache trout

Apache trout has been a threatened species for almost as long as it has been properly identified. Thanks to the White Mountain Apache tribe, its population continues to recover.

AZ desert helicopter crashes; 2 uninjured

FAA officials said the Robinson R22 helicopter crashed 4.5 miles north of Mesa Falcon Airport, in the Pima-Maricopa Indian community of the Salt River. Both the pilot and passengers avoided injury.

Cast11 Podcast Network

The Power of the Mind – Granite Hills Behavioral Care
In this week’s “Power of the Mind,” presented by Granite Mountain Behavioral Healthcare, Gregory Struve and Elicia Morigeau talk about hypochondriasis and how it can be a form of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).

Mountain Gardener – Waters Garden Centre
In last week’s Mountain Gardener, Ken Lain gave us a look at “the Autumn Equinox and what it means for your garden.” Listen anywhere you listen to podcasts or on SignalsAZ.com.

waiting for the call

Mark Wahlberg. Marky Mark to some people. actor. Producer. Rapper. Possible phone user?

As Ben and Mike waited for Mark Wahlberg to call, they discussed their connection to the famous star, the local Prescott area and more.

Talking Central Arizona Sports with Torrence Dunham

TD reviews the losses of the Prescott High School Badgers, Bradshaw Mountain Bears and Chino Valley Cougars football teams through interviews with Prescott head coach Cody Collett and Bradshaw head coach Bob Young.

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