Due to a court processing delay in a New Mexico court, fugitive Jennifer Acuna was released from custody on Aug. 21, which was the same day she was arrested on a valid probation violation warrant.
Yavapai County Recorder Leslie Hoffman has issued some important election season reminders to voters, including that ballots will be mailed to voters requesting them on Wednesday, Oct. 7.
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Leslie Estrada opened the 2020 fall campaign with a first-place finish for the Chino Valley girls cross-country team, taking No. 1 overall in Kingman with a 24:46 overall time Wednesday afternoon.
It’s a good thing the fall sports season wasn’t thrown by the wayside because Chino Valley girls soccer boasts a formidable core of seasoned and talented returners who have a real chance at a 2A state title this year.
The holiday season will be here soon. Delicious family-focused meals are a hallmark of the holiday season.
The Chino Valley Public Library will be offering book recommendations in honor of the Town of Chino Valley’s 50th anniversary.
High school sports have finally reached the light at the end of this coronavirus tunnel as Chino Valley football will enter the 2020 season with new hopes and a new head coach.
It took a 30-minute executive session during a regular meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 8, but the Chino Valley Town Council passed the motion to continue to deny organized public events on town-owned property until the Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive order is rescinded.
A concern about COVID-19 spreading through the air has prompted businesses and homeowners to put portable air purifiers into a room. I have noticed many shops now have portable air filters blowing, and I have even been looking at mini air filters to put in my office.
Chino Valley held a secluded event on Saturday, Sept. 5, to bury a time capsule at Memory Park as part of the town’s 50th Anniversary Golden Jubilee celebration.
On Labor Day, Sept. 7, firefighters extinguished a blaze that consumed about half of a large single-family home under construction in the 1300 block of Windmill Way in Chino Valley.
The day finally arrived and it’s what many parents, students and staff members had been waiting for.
Many of us have seen the recent news reports addressing concerns about whether there could be a shutdown of the storied and ever-faithful United States Postal Service.
Many people look forward to the weekend, when they can sleep in a little later and not be pressured by the time constraints of a typical weekday.
The Chino Valley Police Department welcomes Sirius, its newest K9 officer. Sirius replaces the retired K9 Jax, who retired in 2019
Did you know there are anywhere from 8,000 to 10,000 Patron Saints … or more? I’m led to believe that this broad count also includes blesseds and venerables.
As part of the Shoes from the Shepard program, Chino Valley United Methodist Church donated gift bags to the Chino Valley Unified School District on Wednesday, Sept. 2, to help out the area’s low-income families with school-age children that are homeless or are on the brink of homelessness.
A sense of normalcy is returning little by little as the Chino Valley Unified School District board made revisions and finalized plans for its adoption of the hybrid instruction model during a regular meeting Tuesday, Sept. 1.
While waiting in a fast food drive-thru lane with a friend Tuesday night, a 29-year-old man stopped breathing from an apparent drug overdose. A single dose of NARCAN given by first responders gave him back the breath of life.