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What would the holidays be without delicious foods to share with loved ones? In fact, crafting elaborate meals and baking goodies is par for the course once the weather begins to cool and decorations turn up on businesses and homes.

By Metro Creative October 20, 2020
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The Chino Valley Public Library will present the Pumpkin Patch Storywalk from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29, at Memory Park in Chino Valley

By Chino Valley Review October 20, 2020
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CVPD awarded Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Grant
Funding will be used for officers and equipment involved in impaired-driver and traffic-enforcement details

The Chino Valley Police Department (CVPD) has been awarded an Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Grant for federal fiscal year 2021.

October 20, 2020
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Inspirational author Dan Jackson gave a presentation during the Chino Valley Town Council meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 13, to announce that he will be donating copies of his latest novel, “Rainbow Bridge,” to local libraries, including the Chino Valley Public Library.

By Aaron Valdez October 20, 2020
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Despite playing from behind most of the way, quarterback Jayden Smith and wide receiver Kamren Loftin connected on a last-minute touchdown and two-point conversion to give Chino Valley a hard-fought 22-21 road victory over Paradise Honors on Friday, Oct. 16.

By Aaron Valdez October 16, 2020
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We all know construction is up; seeing the construction vehicles on the highways is one sure sign and the other one…calls to my office with the question “is this Blue Stake?” I thought it would be good for a “refresher” column on the process in Arizona called, “Arizona 811.”

By Sandy Griffis October 15, 2020
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CHINO VALLEY — During a special meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 13, the Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board voted to approve the return of full, in-person instruction beginning on Monday, Oct. 26, and just as expected, the decision drew an onslaught of mixed reactions from parents, teachers and staff members.

By Aaron Valdez October 14, 2020

A nearly $18,000 safety grant that the Chino Valley Police Department has been awarded from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety will help pay for impaired-driver and traffic-enforcement details.

October 14, 2020
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For all parents and staff members who were wishing to return to full in-person instruction, there is light at the end of the tunnel as the Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board voted during a special meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 13, to reopen schools on Oct. 26.

By Aaron Valdez October 13, 2020
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Still want to vote? You may now have only until Thursday, Oct. 15, to register
9th Circuit Court of Appeals says 2-1 that judge acted illegally giving 2-1/2 weeks

Arizonans who want to vote this election may now have only through Thursday to get signed up.

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Meet Grover, an 8-week old puppy who was born out in the Kayenta community on the Navajo Reservation. He came in with his five brothers and sisters.

October 13, 2020
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Many people attest that country cooking involves comfort cuisine foods that originated in the southeastern United States.

October 13, 2020
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With the Nov. 3 General Election less than a month away, here’s another look at two candidates running for a Chino Valley council seat:

By Aaron Valdez October 13, 2020
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El Paraiso Mexican-Italian Restaurant in Chino Valley (1150 N AZ 89) is partnering with the Chino Valley Lioness Club and the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce to host Save a Cop night from 2 to 8 p.m. Oct. 21.

By Chino Valley Review October 13, 2020
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CVUSD tables decision of returning to full in-person instruction
Board says more time, data needed to make final decision

With Superintendent John Scholl requesting to delay the start of in-person instruction during a meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 6, board members said more time and information is needed to determine how the district will be moving forward

By Aaron Valdez October 13, 2020
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It’s common knowledge that one of the best icebreakers of all time is having a dog by your side, as people will often stop and comment about the animal’s cuteness, beauty or breed.

By Aaron Valdez October 12, 2020
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A win is a win, no matter how ugly or how pretty. It’s likely Chino Valley football will agree with that statement as they overcame a myriad of fumbles and turnovers to defeat Kingman 14-8 for their first win of the season Friday, Oct. 9, at Cougar Stadium.

By Aaron Valdez October 9, 2020
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To mask or not to mask? In the tri-city area’s school districts, face masks are non-negotiable for students, faculty and staff, and guests — with limited exclusions for those with documented medical conditions.

By Nanci Hutson October 8, 2020
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I was feeling annoyed last week with a suddenly leaky sounding, noisy toilet. I hereby admit to my most precious readers I have never picked up the toilet bowl tank lid in 15 years. I clean the lid, clean the toilet bowl and the surrounding toilet bowl parts on a weekly basis, but never ever have lifted the lid.

By Sandy Griffis October 8, 2020
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The United Kingdom has already prepared its list of names for hurricanes that may occur this coming winter in the North Atlantic Ocean.

By Wil Williams October 6, 2020

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