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A group of unknown suspects allegedly assaulted and injured a man who was trying to protect his neighbor’s property in west Chino Valley at around 10:45 p.m. Aug. 6, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office reported in a news release Aug. 10.

By The Daily Courier August 10, 2020
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After some of the dust settled in the Chino Valley primary election race on Aug. 4, incumbent Annie Perkins and newcomer Tom Armstrong outright won two of the three open seats for town council while Eric Granillo and Regina Pecoraro will likely be nominated for the runoff in the general election for the final seat.

By Aaron Valdez August 10, 2020
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or small dogs. She loves people of all ages, but we would recommend a home with kids that are at least 5 years old.

August 4, 2020
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A solar panel was stolen from a speed sign in Chino Valley, and the Chino Valley Police Department is asking for assistance in locating the person responsible.

August 6, 2020
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The sweltering, baking, roasting and blistering hot weather sure did bring out the calls for air conditioning (AC) service repairs.

By Sandy Griffis August 6, 2020
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After the dust settled in the Chino Valley Primary Election race on Aug. 4, lone incumbent Annie Perkins retained her seat on the Town Council while newcomers Tom Armstrong and Eric Granillo finished in second and third, respectively, to apparently claim the remaining two seats.

By Aaron Valdez August 4, 2020
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The Wesdamar Farms subdivision moved one step closer to reality on July 28 when the Chino Valley Town Council approved the rezone and the preliminary plat for the 10.5-acre property near the intersection of Highway 89 and West Road 2 South.

By Doug Cook August 4, 2020
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When Chino Valley resident Edward Lamb and his wife purchased an old and rickety bed and breakfast property on 989 W. Center Street in 2014, they noticed that they had a ton of remodeling to do, but they wanted to keep it as original as possible

By Aaron Valdez August 4, 2020
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Especially during these times of COVID-19 shutdown, one seeks activities to keep the mind and fingers busy. I was probably first introduced to the phenomenon of knitting when my parents told me I should “tend to my own knitting” rather than be concerned about what others were doing, saying and thinking.

By Wil Williams August 4, 2020
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The Dance Studio, which relocated from Prescott to Chino Valley, opened for in-person dance instruction starting Monday, Aug. 3.

By Jesse Bertel August 4, 2020
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Chino Valley Unified School District is ready for a year like no other.

By Nanci Hutson August 4, 2020
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The Mediterranean diet is inspired by the eating trends of people from Italy and Greece in the 1960s. The diet has long been touted as a healthy way to eat.

August 4, 2020
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The Chino Valley Police Department, Prescott Valley Police Department and Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority partnered with the Firefighter Angel Foundation and participated in its Stuff the Bus back-to-school drive at different locations in the quad-city area.

By Chino Valley Review August 4, 2020
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Compass Training Center, a public shooting range at 3626 Shooting Range Road in Chino Valley, celebrated its first anniversary on Saturday, Aug. 1.

August 3, 2020
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This past week was five days of calls for window condensation. We know that window condensation can be a real pain in the glass!

By Sandy Griffis July 30, 2020
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What is your position on growth in Chino Valley? Is it better the town remain a small farming town or will it be better off becoming a business friendly town and growing?

By Aaron Valdez July 28, 2020
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Chino Valley to start school year Aug. 10 with at-home instruction
Gov. Doug Ducey relaxes Aug. 17 start date for face-to-face instruction; allows local school districts to decide when it’s best to begin on-campus studies

With Gov. Doug Ducey staying put on his decision to reopen schools Aug. 17, the Chino Valley Unified School District decided during a special board meeting on Tuesday, July 21, to open the school year with at-home instruction on Monday, Aug. 10.

By Aaron Valdez July 28, 2020
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Each and every one of us has been dared by colleagues to do something, go somewhere, or to act in some way that is outside our normal behavior pattern.

By Wil Williams July 28, 2020
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Hi, my name is Smoke and I am approximately 4 years old and am looking for my forever home. I am a very sweet boy and love people and kids. I do get along with other dogs but I am dominant.

July 28, 2020
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Hi, my name is Sienna. I came to the shelter as a rescue from Kayenta while I was pregnant. I gave birth to five healthy pups, and now I am looking forward to finding my new home.

July 28, 2020

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