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AZMerit scores are in, with mixed results

Results should be viewed as more than a score; educators see it as a tool to measure growth

Area educators are clear children aren’t numbers, and numbers don’t tell a students’ academic story.

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Loveall, Duryea, Bradley among those named All-Courier Player of the Year for spring 2018 season

Prep Sports

What follows is the Courier sports department’s selections for the 2018 Spring All-Courier Team.

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Chino man pleads guilty to second degree murder of 10-year-old

Mother of child still in court

A Chino Valley man has plead guilty to the abuse and murder of a 10-year-old boy.

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First day of school: Parents, teachers, students all nervous and excited

Just a few minutes before the bell rang to kick off the first day of school at Del Rio Elementary School, the first day of Chino Valley Unified School District’s 100th year, students were still getting settled into their seats in Robin Bond’s third grade classroom.

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Pool season coming to a close

Positive comments on removing split sessions, assistant community services director says

Chino Valley’s pool season is coming to a close, which means there’s only one weekend left for people like Tracy Hunt and grandkids Braeylen Varney, 8, and Jantzen Varney, 7, to enjoy the Aquatic Center until next year.

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New Virtual Reality business operates in Chino Valley

Business has been good since opening, owner says

Since May, Sean Souva has been operating his virtual reality business, Virtual Odysseys, while based out of Chino Valley and serving the Prescott, Flagstaff and Phoenix areas.

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Cooking with Diane: Tomato Fritters

Here is another good recipe to use those home grown tomatoes. They are also quick and easy to make, and taste wonderful!

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Photo: Chino Valley book sale

Books on sale at the Chino Valley Public Library, 1020 W. Palomino Road. Through the end of August, hardback books are $.50 and paperback books are $.25 and all proceeds benefit the library.

Local in Brief: Chino Valley Police Department Citizen Academy

Come learn about the local Police Department. Meet the officers. Experience firsthand some of the training Officers go through in a shooting simulator.

Letter: More on top VA leaders

I am a veteran who uses the Prescott VA. I feel very fortunate to receive the services I do, but I’m saddened to see beneficial programs, and excellent employees, disappear.

Letter: Top VA leaders

Regarding Nancy Hutson’s article on July 20, “Top VA Leaders Leave.” A dozen top VA people are leaving our Prescott VA.

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Williams: I refuse to quiff

I like to keep things in my life simple. When I go to the barbershop here in Chino Valley, I (almost) always ask for the same type of haircut.

Tyree: Will you survive National Garage Sale Day?

I have browsed umpteen garage and yard sales over the years and used to help my mother display her collectibles in her neighborhood’s miles-long event. But I did not realize that Saturday, Aug. 11, is this year’s National Garage Sale Day until I read it via “U.S. News & World Report.”

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Editorial cartoon (b): August 8, 2018

Editorial cartoon (b): August 8, 2018

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Editorial cartoon (a): August 8, 2018

Editorial cartoon (a): August 8, 2018

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#InvestInEd group says lawmakers misleading voters in education tax

PHOENIX — Saying voters are purposely being misled, organizers of the #InvestInEd initiative asked a judge on Friday to force lawmakers to recraft the description of the measure that will go to voters.

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Attorney for border patrol agent, who killed teenager, argues against retrial

PHOENIX — The attorney for a Border Patrol agent, who killed a teen by firing through the fence, contends his client can’t be retried after a jury deadlocked on the question of whether he is guilty of manslaughter.

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Study: Arizona schools continue to rank low

New study from WalletHub comes as education takes center stage in political races

PHOENIX — Arizona schools are near the bottom of the barrel nationally when academics, class size and even student bullying are considered, at least according to a financial advice website.

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Seek then Speak: New sexual assault recovery, reporting resource available in Yavapai County

Survivors of sexual assault in Yavapai County now have a new resource to turn to for information, support and reporting.

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Arizona predicted to add 540,000-plus jobs by 2026

State economists predict Arizona will add 542,975 new jobs by 2026.

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