Birth announcements: Week of Nov. 6, 2019
When cold and flu season hits our family, comfort food is a big pot of potato soup. We all love it, hope you will too.
The roundabout at the southern entrance to Chino Valley has taken on two challenges of late — one serious and one that is fun.
Laynee Massey is the Student of the Week for Chino Valley Unified School District.
Two creepy characters found at the Town of Chino Valley’s 21st annual Trick or Treating at Memory Park event.
Chino Valley Economic Development Manager Maggie Tidaback is following in the footsteps of Councilman Corey Mendoza and is dancing in the fourth annual Boys & Girls Club of Central Arizona’s 2020 Dancing for the Stars event.
Meet Missy, an approximately 10- to 12-year-old Labrador Retriever mix.
The Prescott National Forest will sell 600 over-the-counter Christmas tree permits starting on Saturday, Nov. 16.
Dr. Jonathan Park, assisted by Lynnette Hard, smile with patient Jim Robinson at Horizon Dental Group in Prescott Valley, Friday, Nov. 1, 2019.
Chino Valley Mayor Darryl Croft, dressed as a scarecrow, hands Madilyne Flickinger some candy at the Town of Chino Valley’s 21st annual Trick or Treating in Memory Park event Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019.
Chino Valley Head Start/Early Head Start Homebase currently has openings in its Early Head Start Homebase program.
Third time’s a charm did not apply Saturday night at the 2A state championship for the No. 2-ranked Chino Valley girls soccer team.
After losing to Chino Valley on penalty kicks in the 2A state semifinals a season ago, Tommy Pederson made sure his Blue Ridge club wasn’t going to suffer the same fate twice.
Dana James Dore, 69, of Paulden, Ariz., passed away in his home on Friday, October 18, 2019, surrounded by loving family and special friends.
Chino Valley boys soccer avenged an early-season loss to rival Camp Verde and punched their ticket to the state championship game with a 3-0 win in the 2A state semifinals Friday afternoon.
Madison Foster, Lindsey tenBerge and Hannah West each scored a goal and the No. 2-ranked Chino Valley girls soccer team beat Blue Ridge 3-1 on Friday afternoon to advance to the 2A state finals.