Arizona schools need everything from tip lines to alternatives to detention if they want to promote a safe environment and reduce violence, according to a new report released Wednesday, Nov. 18.
After 10 years at the helm of the region’s premier transportation planning organization, Chris Bridges is leaving his position as administrator of the Central Yavapai Metropolitan Planning Organization (CYMPO).
With the state of Arizona seeing an uptick in COVID-19 cases in the past few weeks, the Arizona Interscholastic Association Executive Board decided Thursday to postpone the beginning of the winter sports season until after the New Year, according to a news release.
The Thanksgiving holiday above all others brings to my mind so many different thoughts.
The residents of Chino Valley, and basically Yavapai County as a whole, love their animals, big and small, and they can rest assured that an organization like Large Animal Shelters and Emergency Rescue (LASER) will be around during evacuation and emergency situations.
During a brief regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 10, the Chino Valley Town Council voted to approve Resolution No. 2020-1174, which decreases the town’s wastewater fees and is scheduled to go into effect Jan. 1, 2021.
Preparing homemade cakes is an endeavor that families can enjoy together.
Meet Alvis, an approximately 4 1/2-year-old Labrador Retriever/Pit Bull mix.
Cassandra Green, left, and king Jason Ehlert pose for a photo after being selected as Chino Valley’s 2020 Homecoming king and queen at the Homecoming Game Friday, Nov. 13, 2020. (Ivette D’Angelo/Courtesy)
Heritage Middle School held its annual Veterans Day assembly, which had to be modified this year due to COVID-19 social-distancing guidelines.
All Quad Cities customers of Sparklight, the cable and internet provider formerly known as Cable One, should have had their service restored by late Saturday night after inadvertently cut fiber-optic strands early that morning disabled the system to several northern Arizona communities.
The complications of COVID-19 on area schools are numerous – everything from requiring all students and staff to wear masks to the ability to provide robust in-class and remote, online instruction.
Ana Perez now sports a calligraphy style letter ‘A’ behind her left ear; her right shoulder bears a tattoo that reads “Alondra ~ Love” with a butterfly.
Thirty-four states and the District of Columbia require people to wear face coverings in public to curb the spread of COVID-19. Arizona is one of only 15 states without a mask mandate.
The Chino Valley football team welcomes Bourgade Catholic in the regular season finale Friday night.
Periodic maintenance of your sealed surface is necessary and will extend both the life of the sealer and the concrete.
Kind Defined, whose mission motto is, “A small act of kindness can make a world of difference,” is bringing the quad-city community a whole new holiday festival from Nov. 13 through 22 — the Festival of Trees 2020.
Golfer Trevor Lewis of BASIS Prescott signed his letter of intent on Tuesday, Nov. 10, to continue his academic and athletic career down the road at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University next fall.