In preparation for the Yavapai County 4-H/FFA Expo — scheduled for April 24-27 at the Prescott Rodeo Grounds — members of local 4-H and FFA organizations conduct a food drive.
The Chino Valley based nonprofit transit system Yavapai Regional Transit recently won the Arizona Transit System ADOT 2019 Excellence Award for Outstanding Rural Transit System of the Year.
Jude Hammons is our student of the week here at Territorial. He is in second grade and is an amazing student.
The Chino Valley Band-Aides are sponsoring a taco dinner and silent auction from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at Del Rio Elementary School cafeteria, 1036 North Road 1 West Chino Valley.
A new gate has been installed at the corner of Road 5 North and Yuma Drive.
My name is Mikey and I am 5 years old. I spent all my life with a wonderful owner, but now need to find a new home.
PHOENIX — State senators approved legislation this past week crafted by House Speaker Rusty Bowers that he said will help keep thousands of Arizonans out of jail.
Back in the summer of 1919, Prescott was on the mend from the devastating World War that had just ended.
CHINO VALLEY — As the No. 19 Cougars tread through a gauntlet of top-ranked teams in the twilight of their regular season, an opportunity emerged to make a big statement when No. 10 Northwest Christian rode into town for a West region match-up Thursday afternoon.
PHOENIX — Arizona’s top water official said Wednesday that a lawsuit filed by California’s Imperial Irrigation District could pose a threat to the newly approved multi-state drought contingency plan.
Arizona lawmakers gave final approval Thursday, April 18, to a comprehensive statewide ban on the use of hand-held cellphones by motorists, sending the bill to Gov. Doug Ducey for his anticipated signature.
Today is a day that, with Good Friday combined with April 19, is much more somber for me. Seems that 24 years ago today my career changed.
My husband says he feels cold air blowing in through the vents and experiences “cold spots” in our home and he knows this is an invisible problem, he can feel it but does not know what to do.
SNOWFLAKE — It could’ve been a signature power-point win for Chino Valley’s softball team, one that would have increased its stock in the 3A ranks as the 2019 regular season draws to a close.