Ken Sain

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Column: Watching next 4 years will be painful, but fun

A role reversal is about to take place in American politics.

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Column: A liberal’s lament: The Obama years

Eight years ago I was among those freezing on the Mall as Barack Obama took the oath of office.

P&Z recommends approving 224 apartments

Residents express concerns about traffic, water

When Hawksnest was first proposed in 2006, it was envisioned to become Chino Valley’s first gated community.

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Historic home stands in way of Chino Valley's Road 1 North light

The Town of Chino Valley and Yavapai County officials are moving ahead with plans for a traffic light at Road 1 North and Highway 89 in response to numerous car crashes there.

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Outgoing mayor leaves legacy of change in Chino Valley

Chino Valley Mayor Chris Marley plans to gavel in his final Town Council meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 13, where he will hand over the job he won in a very close election in 2011.

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More reading so he can soar: Boy Scout brings free books to town to earn Eagle rank

Kevin Wise said he’s always liked reading, so when it came to finding a community service project to help him earn his Eagle rank with the Boy Scouts of America, the Chino Valley teen had an idea.

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Class steps forward to save Kalen’s Kloset: Students learn life skills managing clothing program

Art teacher Bret Ely wanted to do something to honor Chino Valley High School student Kalen Earle after he died in 2008 from cancer.

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Chino girls win first soccer state championship

While the Chino Valley High School boys soccer team is a powerhouse, winning eight state championships including four straight, the girls team has not had that level of success.

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Chino boys claim state soccer crown

Chino Valley High School senior Arturo Gomez ended his remarkable prep tenure scoring both goals to lead the Cougars to a 2-0 victory over previously-undefeated Blue Ridge, handing the Cougars their fourth straight Class 2A state championship on Saturday at Campo Verde High School in Gilbert.

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Residents start petition to stop raceway

‘I guarantee you that rock pit on Perkinsville Road puts out more dust, and has more traffic, than you will get from racing, and they don’t seem to mind that.’

Motorsports in Chino Valley will have to wait. The Yavapai College District Governing Board, which holds veto power over any motorsports facility at Old Home Manor, did not include looking at that proposal on its November agenda.

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