This recipe is from my mom. As a child, I would watch her make these cookies and it was always around the holidays of Thanksgiving and Christmas. They simply melt in your mouth.
The Town of Chino Valley, in partnership with the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce and Chino Valley Equestrian Park, have a list of events with its December to Remember schedule.
Westbound East Perkinsville Road between North Road 1 East and Jerome Junction will be closed for road work beginning Monday, Dec. 4, and ending at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 6. Eastbound traffic will remain open at all times.
Freddie is 1-1/2 years old with gray and white hair. He was found as a stray or lost and injured, when someone fostered him to good health.
Callie is a “chatty catty” who is super-social, funny, and easygoing.
I am one of the friendliest cats you will ever meet. I know I am a little big for my age, but that is a good thing because I love everyone!
Pecan, born to a beautiful red heeler mom in the safety of a foster home, this little munchkin was one of eight babies that have shown to be friendly and at ease with humans, dogs and cats.
Meet Sage, an approximately 3-year-old female Shih Tzu. Sage came to the shelter with her friend, Abby, and is now looking for a new home.
Ask area education leaders about Chino Valley Unified School District John Scholl and the unanimous opinion is that he is a top-caliber educator and near magician when it comes to school finance.
Children and families learned about the innovation process from visiting guests of the U.S. Patent/Trademark office of Silicon Valley. Students made a pocket flashlight and a model lung using recyclables.
Westbound East Perkinsville Road between North Road 1 East and Jerome Junction will be closed for road work.
Hundreds of people turned out for the Quad Cities Largest Christmas Arts and Crafts Show Dec. 1-2 at Del Rio Elementary School in Chino Valley.
Donald Harold Hoagland, born Sept. 16, 1954 in Santa Barbara, California, passed away Oct. 2, 2023 in Chino Valley, Arizona.
Blankets 4 Kids Inc. provides comfort items that consist of blankets, hats, scarves & stuffed animals to the less-fortunate children in Yavapai County.