The 2020-21 Chino Valley wrestling preview capsule.
As robust and experienced of a program Chino Valley wrestling is, its toughest opponents may not be against those from another school, but against the masks the wrestlers will have to wear on their faces all season.
Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Director Lorette Brashear was finally ready to “let the cat out of the bag,” as she described it, and reveal to the community a secret she’s been keeping to herself since September of last year. And apparently, it was definitely worth the wait, as it’s arguably the most ambitious project of her career.
In this file July photo, Sodexo workers bring out boxes of meals to families as part of the Chino Valley Unified School District’s food program at Territorial Early Childhood Center, 1088 Mahan Lane. (Aaron Valdez/Review, file)
The Chino Valley Police Department is just $5,000 shy of its goal for the Shield616 project. So far, the community has donated about $19,000 and CVPD only needs $5,000 to outfit all 28 of its officers with life-saving rifle-rated ballistic plates and helmets. Anyone interested in donating, visit www.shield616.org and select “Chino Valley PD.”
Individuals who adhere to grain-free, dairy-free or nut-free diets due to health issues or other preferences may find themselves periodically craving foods that are off-limits.
The Chino Valley Town Council’s agenda featured a hefty list of actions items for its regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 12, but it breezed through and approved most of them, including the Assured Water Supply Credit Purchase Agreement with Laverne D. and Linda R. Wallace Trust group, which will improve the town’s water portfolio.
Meet Margo, an approximately 6-month-old Border Collie mix. Margo came to the shelter as a transfer from another rescue organization.
So if you see those posted speeds on highways as more of a suggestion than a limit, a Southern Arizona lawmaker has some legislation for you.
It seemed like high school winter sports were always on the chopping block due to a rising number of COVID-19 cases across the state. The start of the season was postponed multiple times and just a little over week ago, the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) actually voted to cancel the season entirely.
From the Arizona Interscholastic Association’s (AIA) multiple delays of the high school winter sports season, it’s no surprise that it was difficult for teams to practice together for a decent stretch of time over the super-extended preseason.
The Daily Courier has received calls from several quad-city area residents who have described their recent experience with what seems to be an elaborate scam over the phone.
Did you know that a fire department in the U.S. responds to a fire every 24 seconds?
After much discussion and review during a meeting on Monday, Jan. 11, the Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board unanimously voted to switch to hybrid learning for preschool to fifth-grade students beginning Tuesday, Jan. 19, while sixth-grade through high school students will stay under a distance-learning model.
At approximately 7:08 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 12, Chino Valley Police Department (CVPD) officers responded to a three-vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 89 and Jack Dale Drive, according to a news release.
Sunrise at the Cooper Agricultural (AG) Center usually marks the start of a long day’s work, as Chino Valley FFA students are typically seen working and partaking in hands-on activities out on the farm’s 52 acres of land or inside one the facilities.
Valentine’s Day is an opportunity for people to share their love and affection and of course, sweet treats. Chocolate reigns supreme on this day devoted to sweethearts.
Meet Sherlock, an approximately 2-year-old Pit Bull. He is a sweet, but active boy who would do best as an only dog with people who are patient and willing to train him.
Puzzles, among other items including books for all ages and blue-ray/DVD movies, are available both for purchase or check out at Chino Valley Public Library (1020 W Palomino Rd). To request one, knock on the front door for curbside service, or call 928-636-2687.