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Along with approving a tentative budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year, the Chino Valley Town Council discussed the steady reopening of the town’s lobbies, services and other amenities during its May 26 regular meeting.https://www.dcourier.com/admin/news/story/859684/change/#

By Aaron Valdez June 1, 2020
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With a possible lawsuit looming, Gov. Doug Ducey on May 27 finally let go of some of the federal cash he got for local communities, including money for Prescott, Prescott Valley and Chino Valley.

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Heightened fire restrictions blanket Quad Cities, forest
Prohibitions begin Wednesday, June 3

Stage II fire restrictions will begin Wednesday morning, June 3, for the Quad Cities and the Prescott National Forest.

By Aaron Valdez, Tim Wiederaenders May 30, 2020
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Two bodies, preliminarily identified as missing Chino Valley residents Elissa Landry and her stepfather David Batten, were discovered this week inside Landry’s Subaru buried in an undeveloped lot at the end of Timber Oak Road in Evansdale, Iowa.

By Jesse Bertel May 29, 2020
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In a press conference Thursday, Gov. Doug Ducey announced that all youth sports, including high schools, can resume play in Arizona immediately.

By Brian M. Bergner Jr. May 28, 2020
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Just as our local businesses, jurisdictional offices, airplanes, hotels, health clinics, restaurants, grocery stores, have all made modifications to halt, the “germ” I am finding out that homeowners are desiring to improve the indoor air quality in their homes, which is becoming an indispensable obligation during pandemic times.

By Sandy Griffis May 28, 2020
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Ongoing construction work related to the new passenger terminal at the Prescott Regional Airport will cause the closure of a portion of Janine Drive from May 28 to Aug. 1, as construction crews work on the new access road.

May 27, 2020
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The owner of a mobile home escaped an early-morning fire Tuesday, May 26, that consumed about half the double-roof property in the 2300 block of North Navajo Trail in Chino Valley, leaving it a total loss.

By Nanci Hutson May 26, 2020
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Big Mama and her canine friend, Todd, came to the shelter together after their owner passed away. They are now looking for their new homes.

May 26, 2020
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Juicy, mouthwatering, hamburgers are a warm weather staple that taste perfect right off the grill. Everyone can benefit from having a tried-and-true burger recipe in his or her repertoire when entertaining a backyard full of guests or enjoying a cozy weeknight meal with the family.

By MetroCreative Services May 26, 2020
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Eva Romero is a first grader at Territorial Early Childhood Center. Eva is always kind and caring.

May 26, 2020
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100-year-old Mormon chapel still stands in Chino Valley
Antique building constructed with blue granite quarried from Prescott

It’s the aging, run-down but still-standing little stone building that every Chino Valley resident sees while traveling down Highway 89.

By Aaron Valdez May 26, 2020
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For someone like Robin Kerr — who has spent 26 years in animal care and a zookeeper at Sea World, Prescott’s Heritage Park Zoo and Out of Africa: Wildlife Park in Camp Verde — corralling loose and stray pigs to find them a permanent home should be a synch.

By Aaron Valdez May 26, 2020
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The Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority held a flag-lowering ceremony Wednesday, May 20, for assistant chief of operations Jeff Polacek, who is retiring after 31 years of dedicated service to the community.

May 26, 2020
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The Chino Valley Aquatics Center is preparing for the facility’s reopening on June 12 after it was forced to close down due to the coronavirus pandemic

By The Chino Valley Review May 26, 2020
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Sandy: We recently purchased a gently used home and want to remove the concrete driveway, sidewalks and patio and install pavers. Our biggest quandary is whether or not we should install a paver fire pit in the patio area. What are your thoughts? Nancy and Todd, Cottonwood.

By Sandy Griffis May 21, 2020

Wednesday’s Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting involved some lengthy discussions — but not many final decisions.

By JASON W. BROOKS, For the Courier May 21, 2020
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Yavapai Regional Medical Center is seeking a “strategic collaboration” with Dignity Health as a means to expand its 21st century state-of-the-art medical care with facilities and services suitable to growing community expectations, hospital officials announced on Wednesday.

By Nanci Hutson May 20, 2020
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Many people complain about the central regime’s COVID-19 clampdown, and want to go back to work and socialization.

May 20, 2020
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I feel confident accusing you of being a pusher in your past life (lives). I was. My wife was. Of course, I’m not talking about pushing drugs. I’m referring to pushing pins: push pins.

By Wil Williams May 19, 2020

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