Three dogs and one cat were killed from smoke inhalation after a fire erupted at a Chino Valley home in the 2600 block of Eldred Road at 11:15 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 18, according to a news release from Central Arizona Fire & Medical Authority Fire Marshal Rick Chase.
Friday, Jan. 10, the Camp Verde Marshal’s Office arrested 49-year-old Chino Valley resident Thomas Kuntze in Prescott Valley on charges of luring a minor for sexual exploitation.
Looking back on the recently passed Christmas season, it was busy but rewarding, said Recreation Lead Dallas Gray.
Meet Farrah, an approximately 3-4-year-old German Shepherd Dog.
Juniors and seniors at Chino Valley High School will have more in the way of electives after the Chino Valley Unified Governing Board approved two new courses at its Tuesday, Jan. 7, meeting.
Hayden Perey is the Student of the Week for Chino Valley Unified School District.
In this undated file photo, Trenton Legler, Ivan Schuster and Tucker Legler enjoy some nachos before opening ceremonies for the Chino Valley Little League.
The Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce has reopened its search for a volunteer coordinator after Ashley Miller resigned just a few days after her Thursday, Jan. 2, start date.
Michael Shane Wright, age 50, a resident of Chino Valley, Arizona, was born on April 9, 1969 in Shelby, Ohio and passed away on January 7, 2020.
On Monday, Jan. 13, the Arizona Legislature will convene into its 2020 session and, while water and budget issues will take center stage, dozens of other issues already are vying for attention.
Yes, there can be “over-regulation,” just look at the miserable state of California.
What kind of country are we anyway? We give huge tax cuts to the wealthy who, instead of using them to create jobs or, let alone, train people to do the jobs, they hire already trained people from other countries. And Wall Street is thriving — unlike so many lower-wage U.S. citizens.
After opening their physical location at the beginning of November, Jason Pudney and Dale Hormuth of Crooked Canes Art & More have created a nonprofit called Arizona Resin Teaching Services (ARTS).
Ever since she was young, Chino Valley resident and artist Patty Lindsey has had a thing for glass art, having fallen in love with it after trying different kinds of media while growing up on the West Coast as a navy brat.
The student of the week is Bayleigh Brown in Ms. Mains’ first-grade class at Territorial Early Childhood Center.
The Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce was founded Dec. 24, 1985.