For United States military veterans, rehabilitation and the act of returning to normal life can be a difficult process and feel like swimming upstream. But there seems to be a growing movement that is lobbying for government bodies to provide more programs and resources for men and women who may be struggling against the current.
To an outsider, it may not seem that Chino Valley offers a whole lot of rich and interesting history, but upon closer inspection this small farming town just north of Prescott is loaded with an acclaimed history, and its residents are proud of it.
The Chino Valley Unified School District would like to recognize Zarai Camacho of Del Rio School (DRS) as our Student of the week for April 8, 2021.
Slow-cooked foods seem tailor-made when the mercury is low. Stews, soups and casseroles can simmer and gain great flavor through slow-cooking methods.
Step by step, the Chino Valley 9/11 Memorial Improvement Project committee continues to add upgrades to the 9/11 memorial sculpture outside of the Compass Training Center with the aim to have the project completed by the 20th anniversary this year.
Wine, Bites & Brew, hosted by the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Chino Valley Lioness Club, is officially a go for April 24.
With their most famous and flagship local event coming up in Wine, Bites and Brew, the Chino Valley Lioness Club is continuing to find ways to raise funds. Its latest installment was in the form of a two-day garage sale.
The Chino Valley Equestrian Park (CVEP) is offering open riding sessions from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on select dates now through early July.
I’m proud to announce that a new gaming business has opened in our town....
Never in a million years, not at any point and under absolutely no circumstances whatsoever did I think that my self-cleaning oven button column would have created so many responses and comments.
Just one day into a “new era” for the Prescott Regional Airport, local leaders gathered this week to officially open the new passenger terminal.
Tacos are a beloved dish, and few things complement a tasty taco better than a cold beer.
Yes, I’m proud to announce that a new gaming business has opened in our town. Alpha Fortress Games, located 2235 S Hwy 89.
There will be no 10-lot Planned Area Development on the northwest corner of the intersection of S Road 1 West and W Road 2 South, for now.
The Chino Valley Unified School District would like to recognize Wyatt Hartman of Territorial Early Childhood Center as our Student of the Week for April 1, 2021.
Rutger Funk was the winner of the 11-13 age group in the Chino Valley Baseball Booster Club’s Home Run Derby, which took place on Saturday, March 27, 2021, at Chino Valley High School and was to help raise money for the Chino Valley baseball team.
A little bit of help is sometimes all anyone needs, and it’s because of this that the First Southern Baptists Church in Chino Valley sprang into action by deciding to hold free clothing giveaways for community members and families in need.
The Easter Bunny came by Chino Valley early this year as the Chino Valley Public Library hosted an Easter-themed “Storywalk” for children and families in the community at Memory Park on Thursday, March 25.
Scarlett is a very sweet old lady about 13 years old. She seems to be okay with other well-mannered dogs around but would not do well with young dogs jumping all over her. She loves attention and seems to do well with all people.
Lots of people are having difficulty paying their rent due to the pandemic. But on March 29, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released an eviction moratorium order.