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As the state legislature opened its 2022 session Jan. 10, Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA) Chief Scott Freitag was busy advocating for new legislation that, among other things, would improve ambulance response times in the Quad Cities.

By Doug Cook January 18, 2022
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On Aug. 20, 2021, Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA) Engine 61 was called to a residence in Chino Valley because Lily — at the time only 8 months old — was in cardiac arrest and respiratory distress.

By Aaron Valdez January 18, 2022
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Salt has long been used to add flavor to people’s favorite foods. In fact, the use of salt as a means to preserving foods and adding flavor to recipes dates back to ancient times and has led to countless conflicts ever since.

January 18, 2022
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Merle Sue (Levin) Levy, age 75, passed away June 16, 2021, in Chino Valley, Arizona. Dennis Michael Levy, age 79, passed away Aug. 21, 2021, in Prescott, Arizona.

January 15, 2022
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You may have no idea who Chino Valley residents Barbara Jean and Keith Meeker are. By the end of this column, however, you will know them well since I’m going to reveal some family secrets.

By Wil Williams January 18, 2022
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Holly is a sweet and loving tabby who will climb up into your arms.

January 17, 2022
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Granite is a brown, black and white tabby, about 2-years-old.

January 17, 2022
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Meet Mavis, an approximate 2-year-old mixed breed female.

January 17, 2022
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Patches — a gray/white playful, outgoing female — is very friendly, a true delight!

January 17, 2022
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The Chino Valley Police Department will be hosting a Coffee with Cops event from 8 to 9 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26, at Overflow Coffee Shop, 448 Highway 89.

January 17, 2022
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Supreme Court halts COVID-19 vaccine rule for US businesses
PUSD’s Tenney: Ruling avoids district logistical challenges of mandate

The Supreme Court has stopped the Biden administration from enforcing a requirement that employees at large businesses be vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo weekly testing and wear a mask on the job.

By MARK SHERMAN and JESSICA GRESKO, Associated Press January 13, 2022
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Calling them necessities, a first-term lawmaker wants the same sales tax rate on guns as to the food you buy from the grocery and the prescriptions you get from your pharmacy.Zero.

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Good grief, after a short period of stabilization, lumber prices are on the rise again. Lumber prices have caused the price of an average new single-family home to increase by more than $18,600, according to estimates by the National Association of Home Builders.

By Sandy Griffis January 13, 2022
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’TIS THE SEASON — We are getting a lot of inquiries this year: “What’s that smoke from?”

By Tim Wiederaenders January 13, 2022
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Government officials recently conceded that their hospitalization figures for COVID-19 were overstated substantially due to including those hospitalized for other conditions who tested positive for COVID-19.

January 13, 2022
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Arizona’s pandemic death toll on Thursday passed the grim milestone of 25,000 fatalities as hospitals statewide remained crowded with coronavirus patients.

By Associated Press January 13, 2022

During a regular meeting of the governing board on Monday, Jan. 10, Chino Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) Assistant Superintendent Cindy Daniels gave the school board a Mid-Year Academic update, announcing how the students at each school are performing under unique teaching methods.

By Aaron Valdez January 13, 2022
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After a decade and a half of having fuel sales, aircraft storage and other commercial aeronautical services handled by Legend Aviation, the fixed based operator (FBO) leases at Prescott Regional Airport are being transferred to Cutter Aviation.

By Cindy Barks January 12, 2022
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Some Republican lawmakers want to revisit — and repeal — the 2016 measure which stripped local governments of their ability to regulate short-term and vacation rentals.

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For Day 13 of Yavapai Silent Witness’ CATCH 22 program, Yavapai County law enforcement is asking for the public’s help in locating fugitive Armando Morales.

January 12, 2022

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