The Daily Courier’s Christmas Light Contest has returned with a top prize of $1,500 for the best-decorated Christmas house in the quad-city area.
Local businesses in Chino Valley could be visited by a mischievous little elf known as “Biz” this holiday season.
Cheerleaders in the Chino Valley Youth Football and Cheer Association came home winners after both major and minor teams took first place in the Northern Arizona Youth Football Cheerleading Competition at Prescott High School Saturday, Nov. 16.
Olive Rade is an amazing 10 year old at Del Rio Elementary.
Visit the Friends of the Chino Valley Library Bookstore in December for our large selection of Christmas Children books, Christmas Romance, Cookbooks, Christmas stories and many more.
A holiday display by APS at the 2018 December to Remember event at Memory Park. Businesses have the chance to put up their displays for this year’s December to Remember, held Saturday, Dec. 14.
These Tassies are a quick fun recipe to make with the kids and believe me everyone will love them. Enjoy!
Meet Daisy, an approximately 9-year-old hound. Daisy is a beautiful girl with a lot to say.
The barking by a nearby dog may seem non-stop. It wakes you or keeps “the Sandman” from visiting.
Donald Harold Reynolds, 65, was born Oct. 14, 1954, in Columbus, Ohio, died Nov. 16, 2019, in Fort Worth, Texas.
Michael Herron, age 63, of Chino Valley, Ariz., passed away on November 19, 2019, in Prescott, Ariz.
As she went through the Paulden Food Bank, putting together her Thanksgiving dinner box Amanda Dilley said it feels good knowing that she’ll have the Thanksgiving she wants.
When Small Business Saturday hits on Saturday, Nov. 30, the Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce is planning a Small Business Appreciation Day.
For the first time, the Town of Chino Valley is putting on a Town of Chino Valley Business Christmas Light Contest, said Recreation Lead Dallas Gray.
Del Rio 3rd grader, Harlee Gray, is not only an outstanding student but also a ROCKSTAR of a gymnast!
In a recent reader poll the Chino Valley Review conducted online at CVRnews.com, we asked readers: Do you think vaping products should be regulated like tobacco?