Traffic makes its way through the roundabout at Road 4 South and Chino Outer Loop on Monday morning, Feb. 18, 2019, after 2 to 6 inches fell locally Sunday night.
Giving an update on the activities of the Chino Valley 50th Anniversary Committee at the Tuesday, Feb. 12, Chino Valley Town Council meeting, Councilman Mike Best said the main thing the committee is doing is getting articles for the book.
This week’s student of the week is Darletta Haverstock at Territorial Early Childhood Center.
It was an intensely mournful day when we ended the life of Lucy recently, our “middle” beloved canine family member. When we moved into the area some seven years ago, we had three Black Labs. We are now down to one.
Kenny James performs at Granite Creek Vineyards' Valentines at the Vineyards event Sunday, Feb. 17, 2019.
It is fruit tree pruning season and the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Yavapai County office, is offering a deciduous fruit tree pruning demonstration conducted by Extension Agent Jeff Schalau.
In what might seem as counterintuitive, nationally renowned educators have determined homework is not a predictor of academic achievement, particularly in young children.
PHOENIX — Arizona voters could get yet another chance to create a new position of lieutenant governor.
U.S. Marine veteran John Epstein was clear at the local VA’s Town Hall held in the Prescott Valley library last week that he didn’t come to bash the staff or leadership.
Carefully examining the tomato plants for new formations inside the humid greenhouse, MaKenna Snyder said just how much she enjoys the Production Horticulture class at Yavapai College.
The debate ensues — whether children should be vaccinated or not. Decades ago it was without question. If you wanted your child to attend school or just be healthy you took them to get their shots.
Five Orme School mathletes scored in the Top 10 students, and in several other categories, with first and second place overall individual winners in the Yavapai County Mathematics Contest Jan. 24 at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
House Speaker Rusty Bowers is blowing off a threat by the Gila River Indian Community to pull out of the drought contingency plan — and deny the state its water — if he pursues his own legislation on forfeiture of water rights.