This was the second week in a row that the Cougars had to travel to Kingman for a region game. This was also the second week in a row they ended up falling short due to their inability of holding onto a lead.
Delbert Wayne Harvey, a Chino Valley man whose suspect was infant grandson was exposed to methamphetamine while under his supervision, turned himself in to authorities on Wednesday evening.
Ever since she was a little girl in Ohio, Paulden resident Therese Stonehart of Stonehart Art on Stone has been painting using stone as her canvas.
Calling himself the future of Chino Valley, Nick Sallee, 19, said he was opposed to the proposed Brook Apartments and the proposed zoning change to allow them.
I guess I was naive when I first read that the Prescott City Council was exploring ways to get water to areas outside the city limits.
Gary Lynn Lora, 57, of Paulden, Ariz., born December 1, 1961 in Lima, Ohio, passed away September 30, 2019 in Prescott, Ariz.
Chino Valley’s Board of Adjustment will conduct a public hearing at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, regarding the appeal of the zoning administrator’s interpretation of the sign code related to businesses’ use of feather flags for advertising.
Sheep, Steers, and Pigs ... Oh MY! Carsyn Smith is sweet, kind, compassionate third grader at Del Rio School.
If you enjoy reading spooky, scary and mystery books, visit the Chino Valley Public Library Friends Bookstore for the October book sale.
It is the kind of event residents love — hay rides, tractor pulls and a show, a pumpkin patch and corn maze.
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) is seeking the whereabouts of a Chino Valley man whose infant grandson was exposed to methamphetamine while under his supervision.
Writing Workshops: Main and Secondary Characters, 2 p.m., Prescott Public Library, 215 E. Goodwin St. 928-777-1526.
Prescott National Forest’s Chino Valley Ranger District office, located at 735 N. Highway 89 in Chino Valley, will be closed for renovations starting Oct. 21, according to a Prescott National Forest news release.
PHOENIX — Calling it a “stand against socialism,’’ a proposed constitutional amendment would give banks, finance companies and other lenders free rein to charge whatever interest rates they want to Arizona customers.