The Chino Valley Police Department (CVPD) has been awarded an Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Prop 207 grant, according to a news release.
After considering current fire restrictions throughout Yavapai County and reviewing the extended forecast, the Town of Chino Valley announced in a news release the cancellation of the planned Fourth of July fireworks celebration.
Vegetables are an important component of a nutritious diet because they are full of vitamins and minerals.
Meet Georgette or “GG” for short. GG is an approximately 5 1/2-year-old Australian Kelpie mix.
Many Chino Valley residents exhaled a big sigh of relief when they heard Granite Creek Vineyards, a longtime town-favorite winery and hangout spot, would carry on operations after new ownership took over this past February.
The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce is making ground on one of the biggest projects in its history — the remodel of its newly purchased property. Plans to move into the new location this year are coming along very nicely, according to Chamber Director Lorette Brashear.
On Monday, June 7, Coalition for Compassion and Justice (CCJ) Executive Director Jessi Hans announced that the agency is moving to its “next big thing” — a $2.2 million, 25-unit affordable mobile home village in Chino Valley.
Summer is right around the corner. With things reopening, kids getting out of school, and days lasting longer, this summer promises, we hope, some much-needed relaxation, adventure, and a chance to reconnect with family and friends.
Spectrum Healthcare will be providing free COVID-19 vaccinations for walk-in patients from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, June 17, at St. Vincent De Paul, 120 N. Summit Avenue in Prescott.
With temperatures starting to rise, the Chino Valley Aquatic Center and the pool has fully reopened as of May 29 and will operate through Aug. 8.
Ron and Mary Fuller celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary on June 10.
Things are on the upswing at the Prescott Regional Airport, and it is not just because of the recent completion of a new passenger terminal.
MatForce, Yavapai County’s substance abuse prevention coalition that focuses on stopping youth drug use before it starts, understands a common reason youth choose to use substances is to deal with stress and negative emotions.
The Yavapai County Recorder’s Office has received calls from concerned citizens regarding individuals knocking on their doors asking questions for a survey in the county.
From the grape vine, we expect the hot lumber market to persist, keeping both prices and volatility elevated. The cycle that we are in is here for the foreseeable future.
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) recently partnered with the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety to enforce the state’s seatbelt laws during the “Buckle Up Arizona …It’s the Law” enforcement campaign
Prompted by last month’s recognition of Lisa Lucidi of Lucy Dee’s barbecue, Finding and Making the Good nominated Lucy’s chosen organization, Horses with Heart, for recognition this month.
“Shash,” the beloved black bear that lived at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary in Prescott for the past 27 years, died on Tuesday, June 8, Deputy Director Raquel Luna Gardner stated in a news release on Wednesday.
Due to increasing fire danger in the Prescott area and Yavapai County, the Prescott Fire Department (PFD), Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority (CAFMA), Prescott National Forest, along with the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors, announced in joint news releases that they will implement Stage II fire restrictions beginning at 8 a.m. Friday, June 11.
The Chino Valley Planning & Zoning Commission discussed at length a project that would rezone 41 acres of a real property at the corner of Road 2 North and Road 1 West to develop 207 lots with an approximate density of 5.05 dwelling units per acre during a meeting on Tuesday, June 1