A 22-year-old Paulden man was shot to death Wednesday, Nov. 23, according to the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office, and his father has been taken into custody as a suspect as the investigation continues.
Fire managers on the Chino Valley Ranger District are treating 450-acres of grass and range lands north of Williamson Valley (T18N, R5W, Sec 23) with prescribed fire.
Paul Ebling may not be an everyday name in the art world, but his unique vision for his work is now allowing art lovers to get a Second Chance at a First Impression now that he is gone.
People choose to follow a vegan lifestyle for a variety of reasons. Some may be concerned about livestock’s effects on climate and the environment in general, while others have strong feelings about the way animals are treated ...
How many toys can fit into a bus? You can help find out by donating a toy for the “Stuff the Bus” event from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1, at the Yavapai Regional Transit Administrative Office, 389 W. Road 2 South, Chino Valley.
Emmy is a 2- to 3-year-old beautiful Tortie. She is a very sweet lap cat. Emmy also loves petting, scratches and being around her human.
Hi! I’m Blaze! I’m a little bundle of happiness who is looking for my “furever home!” I’m 7 months old and a Labrador Retriever mix.
Daisy is an affectionate, gentle soul with a calm personality. She is social and bonds quickly with her people.
Meet a very special, 3-year-old tabby girl, named Sophie. She was fostered by one of our volunteers with her siblings when they were just babies.
Meet Stuffin, an approximately 4- to 6-year-old Alaskan Malamute mix. Stuffin came to the shelter as a stray.
Show Low defeated Chino Valley 84-12 in girls high school basketball action Tuesday, Nov. 22, at Chino Valley High School.
The Yavapai College men’s basketball team headed south on Friday and took on the College of Southern Nevada Coyotes in the Thanksgiving Basketball Classic hosted by Arizona Western College.
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 40 in Chino Valley is a non-profit organization that has fundraisers to help support the veterans in the community.
Matt Dunn embraces his new task as athletic director at Chino Valley High School because he sees as a perfect fit for him as it involves both his passions: Sports and education.
If you’re looking to change your life, Boy Scout Troop 1 has everything you need, and then some. Life-altering, rewarding and self-reliance are just a few positive notions former members use when speaking about their experiences.
It’s easy to understand why conversations have centered on health care in recent years.
What is the common denominator between the increase in teenage girl suicide and insane conspiracy theories? Very simple, it is the advent of the internet and social media.
An Arizona-based law firm founded to defend what it says are Christian values in court is trying to block the most-used method of abortion.
More than 100 people turned out for the General Plan Open House Monday, Nov. 21 in the gym at Territorial Elementary School.