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Chino Valley football rallied from a slow start to retain the Bronze Boot and take a lead in the all-time series with Camp Verde.

By James Kelley September 14, 2019
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This season, Chino Valley girls soccer are proving to be the definition of utter dominance as the Cougars have steamrolled the competition in their first eight games, including this latest 6-0 shutout over Show Low on Friday at Chino Valley High School.

By Aaron Valdez September 13, 2019
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Chino Valley teen competes in Prescott Sings! finale
Always wanted to be a singer, she says

Sitting among the 20 competitors waiting for her turn to perform in the 10th season finale of Prescott Sings! Thursday night Sept. 5, was 13-year-old Sydney Jensen, a resident of Chino Valley.

By JASON WHEELER Chino Valley Review September 11, 2019
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The students in the Chino Valley Unified School District did well on last year’s AZ Merit test, showing improvements in a lot of areas, Assistant Superintendent Cindy Daniels told the governing board at the Tuesday, Sept. 3, meeting.

By JASON WHEELER Chino Valley Review September 11, 2019
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Last month’s Chino Mud Run, held Saturday, Aug. 17, was a complete success, Recreation Lead Dallas Gray said at the Tuesday, Sept. 3, Parks & Recreation Advisory Board meeting.

By JASON WHEELER, Chino Valley Review September 11, 2019
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Parks board discusses possible hot air balloon, kite festival
Would need a lot of room, recreation lead says

David Somerville, board member on the Chino Valley Parks & Recreation Advisory Board, pitched his idea for a future hot air balloon and kite festival at the Tuesday, Sept. 3, meeting.

By JASON WHEELER, Chino Valley Review September 11, 2019
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Carter is a second grader at Territorial Early Childhood Center in Mrs. Dominguez’s class. He is the Student of the Week for the Chino Valley Unified School District.

September 11, 2019
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Meet Sally, an approximately 1-year-old Shepherd mix. Sally came to the shelter as a very frightened stray.

September 11, 2019
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These chocolate chewy cookies are great for kids’ lunch boxes now that school has started. Your children will love them!

September 11, 2019
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Editorial cartoon(2): Sept. 11, 2019

September 11, 2019
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Editorial cartoon(1): Sept. 11, 2019

September 11, 2019

The Town of Chino Valley’s council members thought they had the answer. More than a year ago, they started down a path of logic toward a property tax to fix the town’s 153 miles of roads.

By Chino Valley Review September 11, 2019
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RE: Al Gibbons Opinion on 9/4/19 I don’t believe Mr. Gibbons is speaking for all the citizens of the Town of Chino Valley.

September 11, 2019
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The Chino Valley Elks Lodge #2842 delivered 308 new dictionaries to all of the third graders in Paulden and Chino Valley on Wednesday, Sept. 4.

September 11, 2019
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Enough with the socks, ties, belts, aftershave and underwear as birthday, Christmas and Father’s Day gifts.

By Wil Williams September 11, 2019
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One probing question offered to 50 civic and educational leaders at a community Town Hall workshop on Friday was what each would tell lawmakers to do to ensure strong families and thriving children.

By Nanci Hutson September 8, 2019
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The Every Kid Outdoors annual pass provides fourth grade students, along with their families, friends and classmates, free access to Prescott National Forest (PNF) fee areas, along with more than 2,000 other federal recreation areas for a year.

September 8, 2019
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Joseph G. Niles, age 80, of Chino Valley Arizona, born Sept. 25, 1938 in Buffalo, New York, died Aug. 30, 2019.

September 7, 2019
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Chino Valley football can finally exhale a big sigh of relief as it crushed Tuba City 50-0 on Friday night for its first win of the season.

By Aaron Valdez September 7, 2019
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County questions how to best use CodeRED system
What is an ‘emergency’ for smaller communities?

During a discussion on a contract renewal of the CodeRED emergency notification system at the Sept. 4 Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting, the question of what constitutes an emergency came up.

By Sue Tone September 5, 2019

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