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Chino Valley overflowing in coffee

Overflow Coffee offers warm, friendly environment

For six years, Overflow Coffee has been providing Chino Valley with a cup of coffee and a warm environment.

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Equestrian Association looks to do more with community

Organization planning a hoedown later this year

After last year’s successful efforts to raise awareness of the Chino Valley Equestrian Association within the community, the organization is working on ways to be more involved, according to President Danielle Feller.

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Cooking With Diane: Crescent Apple Dumplings

If you need a quick, delicious dessert for unexpected company or just to treat your family, these apple dumplings are for you. Hope you give them a try.

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CVUSD Student of the Week: Gavin

Gavin has created a lastly impression on everyone here at Del Rio! Mrs. Ahrendt, his second-grade teacher, said that Gavin “is an amazing all-around wonderful young man!

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Pet of the Week: Tux

Hi there, my name is Tux. I am an approximately 1-year-old border collie/hound mix.

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Chino Valley in Brief: Taking Off Pounds Sensibly meets on Tuesdays

Taking Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) club meets each Tuesday at the Chino Valley United Methodist Church, 725 E. Road 1 South, Remp Hall. The building is between the church and the food bank.

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Editorial cartoon (b): Jan. 9, 2018

Editorial cartoon (b): Jan. 9, 2018

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Editorial cartoon (a): Jan. 9, 2018

Editorial cartoon (a): Jan. 9, 2018

Williams: Our dogs are retired

This column will be the first of a two-part series on black Lab behavior, but only if I can remember what the second column in the series was going to be.

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What has the Town of Chino Valley done right?

Residents share their positives for the town

Last week, the Chino Valley Review published the comments of residents who gave the Town of Chino Valley some New Year’s resolutions.

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Gov. Doug Ducey sworn in for 2nd term

Ducey focuses on water plans, state financial status during inauguration speech

PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey used his second inaugural speech Monday to exhort lawmakers and others with a claim to Colorado River water to approve a drought contingency plan before a solution is imposed by the Bureau of Reclamation.

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Letter: A challenge

I’d just like to state my take on David Stringer: The man was elected a few months ago by a respectable margin.

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Letter: Thanks, neighbors!

Beautiful snow storm on Monday, Dec. 31, 2018. Grateful to bring husband home from the hospital, grateful for the care at YRMC.

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Official: Arizona's anti-opioid videos have 'horror' feel

Arizona officials have launched an anti-opioid campaign they say targets the state's adolescents with a pair of videos showing teens trapped inside a pain pill and behind hypodermic needles that are made to look prison bars.

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Yavapai County drug enforcement funding faces reductions

Law enforcement agencies looking at options to fill the gap amid war on fentanyl

Recent changes in law and criminal activity have threatened funding for Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking (PANT), a multi-agency task force charged with drug enforcement in Yavapai County.

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Obituary: Ronald Lee Schuerer

Ronald Lee Schuerer succumbed to cancer on Sunday, Dec. 23, 2018, surrounded by his loving family. He just turned 69.

Obituary Notice: Eleanor Wallace

Eleanor Wallace, 90, of Chino Valley, Arizona, passed away on Dec. 2018, in Prescott, Arizona. ABC Funerals of Chino Valley in charge of arrangements.

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Arizona Chamber exec wants to make education more affordable for ‘dreamers’

The head of a major business organization is looking for legal ways to make education more affordable for “dreamers’’ who attend state universities and community colleges in Arizona.

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January marks start of ticketing for hand-held-device offenders

Quad Cities, county unite against cellphone use while driving

It is now official virtually everywhere in the quad-city area: Use a hand-held cellphone while driving, and be subject to a fine of $100 or more.

Ask the contractor: Making kindness a resolution for 2019

Happy New Year! It is never too late. Every day, people pass up opportunities to make a difference in our community.

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