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Kennel Club hosts 4th annual dog show this week

Event Center gone to dogs

When the Prescott Arizona Kennel Club moved its annual championship show from Chino Valley indoors to the Prescott Valley Event Center, it started with two days of conformation and obedience competitions.

Corridor Calendar: Sept. 19, 2018

Events along the Highway 69 corridor, as of Sept. 19, 2018.

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Chino Valley Chamber resurrects Lunch & Learn program

Sessions are held on the third Thursday of every month

Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce Director Lorette Brashear said she feels so strongly about educating members of the community that she not only brought the Lunch & Learn program back to Chino Valley, but also opened up to the entire community.

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Church, music and car show in Chino Valley, Sept. 22

Monte Colucci’s 1959 Ford Galaxie just one car among many

Next weekend, going to church means seeing a car show where, among others, Monte Colucci will be showing off his 1959 Ford Galaxie.

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Four threats to Paulden water, CWAG president says

Big Chino Pumped Storage Project presents the smallest threat

Citizens Water Advocacy Group (CWAG) President and Sierra Club Yavapai Group Chair Gary Beverly outlined four threats to Paulden Water at the Central Highlands Natural Resources Preservation Group meeting Thursday, Sept. 13.

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Chino Valley Student of the Week: Zariah Rosas

Zariah is our Territorial Early Childhood Center (TECC) student of the week!

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Cooking with Diane: Tuscan Roasted Asparagus

Asparagus are one of my favorite vegetables.This combination of veggies with them make this a very tasty dish for your dinner table.

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Pet Focus: Dakota - Chino Valley Animal Shelter

Hey there, my name is Dakota and the shelter staff believe I am approximately 1 year old.

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Chino Valley in Brief: Don’t forget the Fun Fly on Saturday

What's happening in Chino Valley, as of Sept. 18, 2018.

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One Man's Rant: Retirement thrives on passion

Passion is an important thing. I’m not talking about the heavy-breathing kind in the backseat of a two-tone 1957 Chevy.

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Obituary: May C. Corvo (DeAngelis)

May Corvo was a loving wife and mother of six children. Throughout her lifetime she was a friend to many, sharing her deep love and relationship with Our Lord Jesus Christ and his Blessed Mother, Mary.

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Editorial Cartoon (1): September 18, 2018

Editorial Cartoon (1): September 18, 2018

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Editorial Cartoon (2): September 18, 2018

Editorial Cartoon (2): September 18, 2018

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Chino Valley schools have programs for non-traditional learners to succeed

When we reminisce about our school days, we often think of our favorite teachers! Those whom we remember fondly are the teachers who connected with us as individuals, made us feel special, showed compassion and believed in us.

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Hoffman, Riggs oppose Prop 305 for school vouchers

PHOENIX — The two contenders for state schools chief found one key area of agreement in a debate Thursday: Both oppose Proposition 305.

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Letter: Unconscionable Shingrix vaccine shortage

Like many Prescott adults and seniors I have been unable to get the second of my two Shingrix shingles vaccine shots for a couple of months due to an unexplained and scandalous national shortage of this new and much more effective Shingles vaccine.

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Letter: Save the Dells

My name is Sawyer Fields. I am 12 years old and a student at Basis Prescott, and I’m writing this letter in regards to the donation I will be making to Save the Dells.

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PANT detectives busy with drug seizures, arrests

Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking has had a successful week of investigating the sale and use of drugs in Yavapai County.

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Heritage students honored with SWAG awards at 2nd annual assembly

Students at Heritage Middle School were honored at the school’s second annual SWAG Awards Assembly. SWAG, an acronym standing for Students With Aspiring Goals, recognizes students who scored proficient and/or highly proficient on Arizona’s state assessment--AZMerit.

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Editorial: Give wisely to hurricane relief charity funds

As Hurricane, now Tropical Storm Florence continues to batter the East Coast, the need for relief has shifted into high gear.

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