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Yavapai College celebrates in Chino Valley

College, town VIPs to compete in relay race

Yavapai College will bring its 50th anniversary celebration to the Agribusiness & Science Technology Center on Saturday, Oct. 27.

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Have a pumpkin party at the library

Kids get a nice-sized bag of candy, children’s librarian says

Chino Valley Public Library Children’s Librarian Darlene Westcott is holding this year’s Pumpkin Party next week, just in time for Halloween.

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Cooking With Diane: Pumpkin Spice Brownies

Everyone in the family especially the kids will love these chewy chocolaty, pumpkin brownies. I will certainly be making them again soon.

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Prescott location closed, El Charro concentrates on Chino Valley

Brisk as it was outside for a mid-October day in Prescott, El Charro Mexican Restaurant & Cantina felt warm; comfortable; timeless.

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Editorial cartoon (b): Oct. 24, 2018

Editorial cartoon (b): Oct. 24, 2018

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Editorial cartoon (a): Oct. 24, 2018

Editorial cartoon (a): Oct. 24, 2018

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Williams: Whatever happened to Saturday mornings?

As a young welp in Fort Wayne, Indiana, in the early 1950s, I enjoyed Saturday mornings more than any other day of the week.

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Student of the Week: Madilynn Bell

An exemplary student in my (Mrs. Frederic) second-grade class is Madilynn Bell.

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Chino Valley in Brief: Meeting to address upcoming pronghorn capture

The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) will conduct a public meeting this week about an upcoming pronghorn capture in the Glassford Hill area near Prescott Valley.

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Letter: Why you are here

This is to all those moving to Arizona from your high cost of living and high tax states, i.e.: California, the Northeast and East Coast.

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Editorial: Courier offers picks in partisan races, ballot questions

The Daily Courier Editorial Board is making its General Election recommendations, and today we offer our candidate endorsements with picks in partisan races, and our stand on the ballot questions.

Letter: What is working for America?

I absolutely say that President Trump needs to lose his Twitter account.

Letter: Distracted driving local?

It is difficult for me to imagine that any one person would be for unfettered use of handheld devices while driving. Yet irresponsible people do.

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Jobless rate up slightly in Arizona to 4.7 percent

PHOENIX — The state’s jobless rate is up one-tenth of a point and stands exactly where it did a year ago. And it’s now a full point higher than the national figure.

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Ask the Contractor: It’s not too early to winterize your home

We recently moved to Yavapai County from Maine and are not sure what to expect for winter preparation here in the “desert.”

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Ash Fork man arrested; years of child sexual abuse alleged

Suspect – an illegal immigrant – blames victim for instigating most of activity, police said

An Ash Fork man has been arrested for the alleged sexual abuse of a child starting when she was 6 years old and continuing into her early teenage years.

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Obituary notice: Thomas F. Bennett

Thomas F. Bennett, 79, born Nov. 25, 1938, in Los Angeles, California, died Oct. 12, 2018, in Chino Valley, Arizona.

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Three candidates eye two Chino Valley school board seats

Voters will have their choice of three candidates — two incumbents and one challenger — for two Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board seats on Nov. 6.

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Feeding Hungry Kids

Chino Valley group’s food drive hailed as success

In less than an hour on Thursday morning, 15 energetic Chino Valley volunteers — retirees to high school and college students — emptied and organized more than 175 reusable green grocery bags filled with non-perishables such as juice boxes, soups, macaroni and cheese and peanut butter.

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Town considers added tax for roads

Officials say about $1.7 needed annually needed to maintain, improve streets

The Chino Valley Town Council unanimously approved for staff and councilmembers to start dialoguing with the community regarding a 20-year road maintenance plan, and how the plan is to be paid for, at its Tuesday, Oct. 9 meeting.

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