Air fryers have emerged as must-have items in recent years. Air fryers flew off the shelves during the 2020 holiday season, and that popularity hasn’t waned in the ensuing months.
A local family was given certificates of recognition by the Town of Chino Valley during a Town Council meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 14, for the exceptional number of volunteer hours they’ve devoted in helping complete the 9/11 Memorial Sculpture Project.
During the month of October, the Chino Valley Police Department is selling “Lisko” and “Sirius” stuffed animals, and Pink Patch and Pink Hat merchandise — with the proceeds going to the grandson of a CVPD family member.
The remodeling of a local favorite business is always a big deal and what better way to celebrate than by throwing a special reveal event for the community.
If you want to go to the bathroom at one of our local high schools or middle schools, you might have to wait until a teacher can unlock the door, or go to one assigned for special supervision.
My name is Cady and I am approximately 6-years-old. I am a spayed female Shepherd mix.
Samara is a timid but gentle, tiny black-and-white long-haired girl cat who was dumped off on someone who had no idea she was pregnant.
Members of the public are invited to attend the Prescott Valley Job Fair at Findlay Toyota Center from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 29.
Health and Human Services (HHS) announced a plan in August to begin offering COVID-19 vaccine booster shots this fall, but the CDC’s independent advisory committee, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) overwhelmingly rejected a plan Friday to give Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots across the board, and instead endorsed the extra vaccine dose only for those who are 65 or older or run a high risk of severe disease.
David J. Goodall, age 37, of Paulden, Arizona, was born Sept. 30, 1983 in Alton, Illinois and passed away Sept. 10, 2021 in Prescott, Arizona.
Mark S. Nelson, age 62, of Chino Valley, Arizona, was born Jan. 24, 1959 in Bellflower, California and passed away Sept. 14, 2021 in Prescott, Arizona.
Despite having to travel nearly three hours to a high school in a different time zone, Chino Valley didn’t skip a beat and dismantled Tuba City 42-0 on the road on Friday, Sept. 17.
Arizonans will finally get to see on Sept. 24 what auditors have concluded about whether there was fraud, misconduct, mistakes or anything else in the conduct of the 2020 election in Maricopa County that denied a Donald Trump victory in the state.
The Arizona Supreme Court is going to give Attorney General Mark Brnovich one more chance to try to sue the Board of Regents over what he contends is an illegal deal to build a hotel and conference center.
Two little pigs are missing in Prescott. No joke.
From time to time we find words that mean two very different things. Take, for example, the matter of “growth.”
We are building a new home in Prescott Valley, and we would like advice on modular cabinets vs. custom kitchen cabinets. — Kathy & Lewis, Prescott Valley
The Yavapai Silent Witness Open Golf Tournament is the main fundraiser for Yavapai Silent Witness while also being a great way to connect with the community and bring all of them together.
The nation’s health is in severe decline. This is largely because of the losing trifecta of blunders over the past two months that began at the southern border then moved to Afghanistan, where the strategy was clearly and fatally flawed.
The Arizona commission charged with redrawing maps for congressional and legislative districts every decade approved its basic starting-point grid maps Tuesday, kicking off a months-long process with huge political implications where the boundaries will be heavily tweaked before being finalized.