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Yavapai Regional Medical Center leaders want to make it clear that despite the spike in COVID-19 hospitalizations it is still more than able to manage care for other patient illnesses on its two campuses.

By Nanci Hutson July 4, 2020
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A Chino Valley man has been officially charged with murder and other offenses in the deaths of Chino Valley residents Elissa Landry and her stepfather, David Batten.

July 2, 2020
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Prescott Valley, Prescott 5th and 6th in state for Census responses
Don’t forget! Report your Census data by Aug. 31

In a statewide ranking by city for responses to the 2020 Census, Prescott Valley and Prescott on June 29 were rated fifth and sixth, respectively, out of 91 Arizona municipalities, the Census Bureau reported.

By Doug Cook June 30, 2020
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Chino Valley 9-11 Memorial to receive improvements
Sculpture features steel beam of fallen World Trade Center

Chino Valley’s 9-11 Memorial sculpture that sits at the entrance of the Compass Training Center off Perkinsville Road received storyboard upgrades by the 9-11 Memorial Improvement Project committee Saturday, June 13.

By Aaron Valdez June 30, 2020
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A summer barbecue or picnic just wouldn’t be the same without the perfect dessert. While a slice of pie with ice cream on top is a fan favorite, a fruit tart can be a welcome change, especially when it’s bursting with juicy, delicious berries.

June 30, 2020
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The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t been easy for anybody. But the Salvation Army of Prescott has been making it a little easier for the less-fortunate families in Chino Valley, as it held a weekly drive-by food box distribution at St. Catherine Laboure church.

By Aaron Valdez June 30, 2020
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Bob Gilfert is the new pastor at Chino Valley United Methodist Church.

June 30, 2020
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Harri was born Jan. 24, 1635, in Wales. His village of birth is reported to have been Llanrhymny, which is completely unpronounceable in the modern world, as are most Welsh geographical locations.

By Wil Williams June 30, 2020
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Conceding he made a mistake in allowing them to reopen, Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday shuttered all bars in the state for at least the next 30 days.

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This Independence Day weekend, law enforcement agencies in the Quad Cities say that they will be out in force looking for intoxicated drivers and those not wearing their seat belts.

By Doug Cook June 29, 2020
Chino Valley council approves $266K construction project for school district
Mayor Croft adamant on not mandating facemasks in public

The Chino Valley Town Council signed off on a contract with Asphalt Paving & Supply, Inc. for a $266,126.66 improvement project for the Chino Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) during its meeting on Tuesday, June 23.

By Aaron Valdez June 29, 2020
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Prescott Frontier Days continues to adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic and has made the decision to cancel the rodeo dances and July 4 parade for this year.

By Tim Wiederaenders June 26, 2020
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To date, four Town of Chino Valley employees have tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19) and all are currently resting at home, monitoring their health, and receiving appropriate medical treatment, town staff said Wednesday, June 24.

By Aaron Valdez June 25, 2020
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Does anyone know where I can find a BLM rule book? I need help determining which Black lives really matter.

June 25, 2020
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The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t been easy for anybody. But the Salvation Army of Prescott has been making it a little easier for the less-fortunate families in Chino Valley as they held a weekly drive-by food box distribution at St. Catherine Laboure church.

By Aaron Valdez June 25, 2020
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Dorothy J. Wood, age 82, of Paulden, Arizona, passed away on June 24, 2020 in Paulden.

June 25, 2020
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We asked our contractor to make a change during construction in our new home. At the end of the project, we were given a change order for an amount that we were a little taken aback by. Do we have to pay this amount? Ed and Susie, Cottonwood, Arizona.

By Sandy Griffis June 25, 2020
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Authorities have captured an Ash Fork who had two felony drug warrants and was reportedly involved in two recent domestic violence incidents.

By Max Efrein June 24, 2020
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A short reply to Michael Peters’ letter that we can decide “where and when to wear facial masks. “— Thomas Paine’s “Give me liberty or give me death”— was to convince a convention to deliver Virginia troops for the Revolutionary War. That’s a totally different context than deciding to wear facial masks.

June 23, 2020
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Alleged fentanyl dealers busted in Cottonwood
Suspects believed to have been selling pills from motorhome for months

Two men and a woman have been arrested for allegedly selling fentanyl from a motorhome parked on a property in the 2400 block of South Cedar Lane in Cottonwood.

By Max Efrein June 24, 2020

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