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CVUSD Governing Board approves new family health curriculum
District looking at new curriculum in science, social studies; teacher housing also being explored as recruitment tool

The Chino Valley Unified School District Heritage Middle and Chino Valley High classes will begin this year with a new, abstinence-based family life, sexual health curriculum to be taught by Yavapai County health educators in eight class periods.

By Nanci Hutson August 9, 2022
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Making meals together in the kitchen can be an enjoyable activity for couples and families. Preparing food at home enables anyone to customize ingredients to fit with their specific diets and tastes.

August 9, 2022
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My wife and I have had several “conversations” about the condition of the desktop in my home office. I probably should clarify this last sentence by saying that my wife and I had several conversations about my desktop.

By Wil Williams August 9, 2022
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Bennett retains 247-vote lead over fellow Republican candidate Zipperman Monday
Unofficial final results in LD1 primary race expected after 5 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9

With several hundred provisional and questioned ballots still to be processed, the two Republican candidates in the Legislative District 1 primary race for Arizona State Senate remain less than 250 votes apart.

By Cindy Barks August 8, 2022
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Rex and Rascal were born March 29, 2022. These two brothers are very bonded and would like to be adopted together.

August 8, 2022
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Meet Simby and Starli! These two precious little furry felines are both 13-½ years old and have been together their entire lives.

August 8, 2022
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Torti is a 4-year-old small short-haired female cat; Knight is a 4-year-old short-haired male cat.

August 8, 2022
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Meet Shasta, an approximately 1-year-old Siberian Husky mix.

August 8, 2022
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Tuffy is a big, lovable 2-year-old. He is easygoing and likes any and all types of affection.

March 7, 2022
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A Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe field trip to the K Lazy J Farm in Paulden was educational for the kids, to learn about Barbara Killian's country life.

August 8, 2022

There is no “Pop up Shop” occurring in Memory Park. The recent scam mentions the dates of Aug. 20 and 21.

August 8, 2022

Chino Valley Police Chief Chuck Wynn, along other department employees, will be at the Chino Valley Senior Center for coffee and casual conversation with your local law enforcement Wednesday, Aug. 31...

August 8, 2022
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Chino Valley Mayor Jack Miller won re-election, John McCafferty will get his first full term and newcomers Sherri Phillips and Bob Schacherer will join the Town Council after their election day victories Aug 2.

By STAN BINDELL, For the Review August 6, 2022

A multi-million operation could be required in the City of Prescott’s ongoing efforts to respond to the recent discovery of PFOAs and PFAS chemicals in two of eight city wells.

August 5, 2022
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Bids that came in nearly $1 million higher than the county’s estimate led the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors to delay a chip-seal contract — at least until spring 2023.

By Cindy Barks August 4, 2022
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Did you vote? Seriously, mail-in ballot, early voting or at the polls? The people I have spoken with about politics since Primary Election Day, Aug. 2, say either they did vote or, no, they don’t believe in it (the system is broken).

By Tim Wiederaenders August 4, 2022
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With all of our rain just wait... that “white chalky” substance will start to be seen on many of the area’s masonry walls and on homes throughout neighborhoods. So here is a little educational lesson on “efflorescence.”

By Sandy Griffis August 4, 2022
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The mountains of Arizona are famous for glorious weather. Many gardeners created decks, living rooms and kitchens that call to the outdoors. Plants that perform well in raised beds and containers add vibrancy to these relaxed spaces.

By KEN LANE, Special to the Courier August 4, 2022
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Thomas Jefferson’s metaphor – “a wall of separation between church and state” – is one of the most abused phrases in America.

August 4, 2022
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CVUSD welcomes over 2,400 students to first ‘normal’ school year since start of pandemic
District leaders delight in celebration of learning together

Chino Valley Unified School District was the first of the quad-city public districts to welcome back students into their four-schools — Territorial Early Childhood Center, Del Rio Elementary, Heritage Middle School and Chino Valley High School on Wednesday, Aug. 3.

By Nanci Hutson August 3, 2022

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