The Town of Chino Valley announced in a news release that effective Monday, March 1, many town services and lobbies will reopen to the public.
Spring is right around the corner and the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce got a head start on their spring cleaning by hosting a community yard sale on Saturday, Feb. 27, to get rid of old items as they prepare to move to a new location.
The Chino Valley Parks and Recreation Department is still accepting submissions through for its Virtual Talent Show that will be aired on its Facebook and YouTube pages.
The intersection of East Road 2 North and North Road 1 East will be closed for the installation of new power poles by Arizona Public Service (APS) beginning at 9 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 28, and ending at 5 a.m. on Saturday, March 6.
On Feb. 24, the Chino Valley Police Department announced in a news release that it partnered with the Prescott Police Department, Prescott Valley Police Department and the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office to conduct a speed enforcement detail in Chino Valley and the surrounding area.
Readers of our column know me all too well, and that it is my belief that there is much to love about the construction industry.
Many of our local businesses have felt the economic impacts of the pandemic.
Rodeo and horse lovers in the quad-city area were gifted with a pleasant treat on Saturday, Feb. 20, as Olsen’s Grain held the February Jackpot at its arena, which was its first equestrian event of 2021.
Chino Valley Town Council held a special study session on Tuesday, Feb. 16, to discuss amending the Town of Chino Valley Unified Development Ordinance, Chapter 154, by adding the definition and regulations of a metal storage container.
Chino Valley Youth Football & Cheer recently made several announcements regarding the upcoming 2021 fall season.
During the same Feb. 8 meeting in which the Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board approved the return of full in-person instruction, members also approved the Promoting At-risk Senior Success (PASS) program for high school seniors.
Meatloaf is a dinnertime staple for many families.
One of the most powerful ways to stop an injustice is to let people witness it with their own eyes and feel it with their own emotions.
In a school year like no other, districts throughout the area are looking at ways to help students bridge any gaps that may have occurred in their learning and social well-being during the requirement for remote instruction.
Meet Kato, an approximately 4-year-old American Bulldog. Kato came to the shelter as an owner surrender.
After defeating Bradshaw Mountain earlier this year and then Prescott on Wednesday, Feb. 17, at home, Chino Valley wrestling will get to keep the Legler Cup for the third consecutive year.
The Prescott Noon Lions Club is resuming its paper recycling operation beginning the weekend of Feb. 20-21, according to a news release.
Without question, the relationship between Arizona and off-roading vehicles runs deep. The state’s rugged, arid and bumpy terrains present quite the challenge for people who are looking to put their own off-roading vehicle to the test.
For the third year in a row, fifth-grade homeschooler Aliyah Alpert emerged the victor in the 75th annual Yavapai County Spelling Bee held at the Prescott Mile High Middle School auditorium on Saturday, Feb. 13.