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Yavapai College soccer ranked 2nd in NJCAA preseason poll

Junior College Soccer

PRESCOTT — The Yavapai College men’s soccer team will enter the 2018 season with the No. 2 ranking in the NJCAA after finishing the 2017 campaign as a national semifinalist.

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Eagles ranked No. 14 in preseason NAIA women’s soccer poll

College Soccer

PRESCOTT — A few days before kicking off the 2018 season, the Embry-Riddle women’s soccer team received word Wednesday afternoon that NAIA voters across the nation consider them a Top 15 team in the country.

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Embry-Riddle volleyball receives Top 25 votes in NAIA national poll

College Volleyball

PRESCOTT — After finishing with a 30-5 overall record and qualifying for the NAIA Volleyball National Tournament for the first time in program history a year ago, the Embry-Riddle volleyball team received votes in the NAIA preseason national poll Wednesday morning.

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Preview: All-American Jalin Yoder returns for senior season at Embry-Riddle

College Volleyball

PRESCOTT — Coming off the best season in program history in 2017, Embry-Riddle volleyball is hoping for more than just a repeat this fall. They want more.

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Preview: Yavapai College spikers still aim for postseason despite being green

Junior College Volleyball

PRESCOTT — When 2017 first team All-ACCAC setter Kanani Hiapo transferred unexpectedly to NAIA Benedictine-Mesa over the off-season, Yavapai College’s volleyball team was left with four sophomores on its roster.

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Local quilters decorate library’s community room

Cost paid for by Friends of the Chino Valley Public Library

The Chino Valley Public Library Community Room – once plain-looking with echoes constantly reverberating off the walls, it now has quilts decorating said walls helping to absorb the sound.

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CVPD looking for partners in lifesaving

Process began a few years ago

The Chino Valley Police Department is looking to partner and collaborate with the community to help in the Stop the Bleed program, according to a news release from Lieutenant Vincent Schaan.

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Half a season left for Farmers Market

Monsoons make market a challenge, director of community outreach says

There’s only a few weeks left for this year’s Chino Valley Summer Farmers Market as it moves into the second half of its season.

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Chino Valley’s FFA chapter to host annual Corn Dinner on Sept. 1

It is that time of year again where the Chino Valley High School – FFA program hosts their annual Corn Dinner! Our students, agriculture teachers, and parent volunteers are gearing up for another great event with fresh corn pulled from the fields of the historic Cooper Farm.

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Pet Focus: Bobby - No Longer Astray

Can you say handsome? Bobby has been at the rescue for quite some time now.

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Pet Focus: Charlie - Chino Valley Animal Hospital

Hey there, my name is Charlie! I am an approximately 3 year old Boxer/Pit mix.

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Cooking with Diane: Brown Butter Peach Cupcakes

This tasty cupcake recipe is very moist because of the flavorful peaches.

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Chino Valley in Brief: Classic Car Show in Chino Valley on Sept. 22

Classic Car Show in Chino Valley on Sept. 22 Chino Valley United Methodist Church is hosting the 11th annual classic car show from 3 to 6 p.m. Sept. 22 at Chino Valley United Methodist Church, 735 E. Road 1 S., Chino Valley.

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Editorial cartoon (b): August 15, 2018

Editorial cartoon (b): August 15, 2018

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Editorial cartoon (a): August 15, 2018

Editorial cartoon (a): August 15, 2018

Letter: Integrity, fairness needed?

So Dick Polman is upset about the “Death of Truth” in relation to President Trump.

Letter: Congress has oversight

Given the course of events surrounding our Executive Branch over the past 18 months, as punctuated by an embarrassing performance in Helsinki, it is past the time to ask our representatives in Washington what they (Mr. Gosar) are doing to stop or check this madness.

One Man's Rant: They put Chino Valley on wheels

This is a column about the birth of Yavapai Regional Transit and the two “retired” folks who made it happen, Ron and Cheri Romley.

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AZMerit scores are in, with mixed results

Results should be viewed as more than a score; educators see it as a tool to measure growth

Area educators are clear children aren’t numbers, and numbers don’t tell a students’ academic story.

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Obituary: Robert (Bob) Dwayne Wright

Robert (Bob) Dwayne Wright was born July 20, 1954, in Denver, Colorado, to Drue Wright Sr., and Ilda Kusma.

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