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Chino Valley Review

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Councilman Best talks 50th anniversary

Planning committee looking for people to get involved in preparing for events

The town is in the throes of planning for its 50th anniversary celebration, set to begin in the latter half of 2019, said Councilman Mike Best at a recent Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce Business and Networking Luncheon.

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Throw it away at free dump days

Chino Valley plans two-day community clean-up this weekend

Chino Valley residents can get rid of that excess trash at the town’s two-day long Community Clean Up and Free Dump days this Friday and Saturday, Nov. 16-17.

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Planning and Zoning panel tables controversial change

Residents voice concerns on possible future uses for land if rezoning goes through

The Chino Valley Planning and Zoning Committee tabled a couple of controversial rezoning requests at its meeting Tuesday, Nov. 6.

Williams: The end of things

I didn’t realize it at the time, but I began wishing my life away at an early age.

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Pet of the Week: Zippy

Hi, my name is Zippy! The shelter staff believe I am an approximately 6- to 7-year-old Chihuahua mix.

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Cooking with Diane: Carrot Cake Cookies

These cookies are like bite-size pieces of yummy carrot cake. They were a big hit in our family.

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New Lions Club member

The Chino Valley Morning Lions Club inducts new member Martin Rothman of Chino Valley.

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Chino Valley in Brief: Salvation Army seeks Red Kettle volunteers

The Salvation Army serving Chino Valley and Paulden seeks volunteers to be bell ringers during December prior to Christmas.

School board incumbents Hubble and Thomas re-elected

The two incumbent Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board leaders, president Penny Hubble and vice-president Cyndi Thomas, were both re-elected to four-year terms on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

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Steve Skurja retires; ‘Huge’ chapter of Yavapai Silent Witness coming to an end

For 34 years, Steve Skurja has been the face and driving force behind Yavapai Silent Witness.