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Visit a Christmas village… in a garage

Gets people in the spirit of Christmas, architect says

Art Cederholm is the architect of an entire Christmas village that he and his wife, Darlene Cederholm, put in their garage.

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Council gets look at planned duplex project

Has yet to pass Planning and Zoning

The Chino Valley Town Council got its first look at a planned duplex project at its study session Tuesday, Nov. 27.

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Town, chamber unite for December to Remember

Santa to arrive via helicopter

The Town of Chino Valley and the Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce are joining forces for the inaugural A December to Remember at Memory Park event this weekend.

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CVUSD Student of the Week: Jebediah Blanchard

Every day, Jebediah walks into the classroom with a positive attitude and ready for what the day may bring.

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Cooking With Diane: Pecan Brownie Pie

My daughter made this decadent Pecan Brownie Pie for our Thanksgiving. It is very delicious and very rich. We cut it into Brownie squares instead of slices of pie. We loved it, and so will you.

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Librarian Westcott to retire

Story time with Miss Darlene at the Chino Valley library has been a favorite past-time and memory of the children of this area for the past couple of decades.

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Pet of the Week: Mocha

Hello there! My name is Mocha, I am about 2 years old and a sweet girl.

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Photo: American Legion Auxiliary Craft Show

Marilyn Wiley sells her Western art at the American Legion Auxiliary Craft Show and Bake Sale on Friday, Nov. 30, 2018.

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Editorial cartoon (2): Dec. 5, 2018

Editorial cartoon (b2): Dec. 5, 2018

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Editorial cartoon (a): Dec. 5, 2018

Editorial cartoon (a): Dec. 5, 2018

Williams: Clickety-clack on the railroad track

I had a fairly rare experience recently driving to Phoenix by way of Skull Valley.

Chino Valley in Brief: Town to hold public meetings on possible election, tax

The Town of Chino Valley is organizing three public meetings in order to share information based on the possibility of the declaration of a special election for the voters to decide on a property tax to pay for road maintenance and repair and a request to authorize the Town of Chino Valley to purchase several water systems operating in Chino Valley.

Community Choir reforms for Christmas concert

Meant to give the community a good time, pastor says

The Chino Valley United Methodist Church’s music team has come up with the idea for a pilot program of a Chino Valley Community Choir, according to Sandy Jones of the church.

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Letter: Radical peace

With an exodus of migrants headed towards The United States we have an opportunity to challenge the ways our borders are used to separate instead of welcome.

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Obituary: Duane Leon Wikenhauser

Duane Leon Wikenhauser, known to family as Willie and to friends as Wick, died Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018, in Phoenix, Arizona, at the age of 65.

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How to talk to youth about the dangers of drugs

School districts hosting parent forums

When a phrase like “opioid epidemic” is thrown around, and the deaths of young men and women from the use of highly potent drugs like fentanyl are reported in the news on a more regular basis, it’s natural for parents to be concerned for their children.

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Editorial: New vehicle registration fee is tax in disguise

Vehicle registration fees are set to increase by $32 on every vehicle, and Prescott residents are none too happy about it.

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Obituary: Margaret Statler Goodman

Margaret Statler Goodman passed away peacefully in her home in Prescott Valley, Arizona, on Nov. 26, 2018, at the age of 73.

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Vehicle registration fee to increase $32

News Analysis

That balanced budget that Gov. Doug Ducey said wouldn’t raise taxes is going to cost Arizona motorists an extra $32 a year for every car, truck and motorcycle they have.

Letter: May I have more, sir?

I want to know how a school can tell a young child that they cannot have seconds on lunch. My daughter attended Del Rio School to have Thanksgiving lunch with her daughter recently.


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