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Feeding Hungry Kids

Feeding Hungry Kids 6 hours, 56 minutes

Town considers added tax for roads
Pet of the week:  Cleopatra

Pet of the week: Cleopatra 7 hours, 6 minutes

Student of the Week: Deklyn

Student of the Week: Deklyn 7 hours, 14 minutes

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Prop 127 split is without evidence

Public health advocates urged voters this week to support a renewable energy mandate on the November ballot even though not one of them could say how much of a difference it actually would make in ground-level air pollution.

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Obituary Notice: Leroy “Bruce” Hodgins

Leroy “Bruce” Hodgins, 59, born Feb. 12, 1959, in Flagstaff, Arizona, died Oct. 1, 2018, in Chino Valley, Arizona.

Ask the Contractor: Universal Design fits everyone’s needs

We were out the other evening and heard the term universal design being discussed at a table.

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Chino Valley boys soccer blitzes Camp Verde; moves to 9-0 vs. Cowboys in past 3 years

Prep Soccer

CHINO VALLEY — Chino Valley’s boys soccer team has dominated its county rival Camp Verde for the past seven years. And despite some fairly high stakes in their match on Tuesday, the result was no different.

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Six candidates vie for three LD1 State Legislative seats in Nov. 6 General Election

Six Legislative District 1 candidates — two for the Arizona State Senate, and four for the Arizona House of Representatives — will be on the Nov. 6 General Election ballot for Prescott-area voters.

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Obituary Notice: Vernon L. Springer, III

Vernon L. Springer, III, 71, Aug. 11, 1947, in Brooklyn, New York, died Oct. 7, 2018, in Prescott, Arizona.

Letter: Distractions remain

The county’s new law against hand-held phones has one benefit: Every driver will now have both hands on the steering wheel.

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Grace Baptist Church celebrating 40 years

Saturday event a way to thank the community, senior pastor says

Grace Baptist Church is holding a celebration this weekend in honor of its 40th anniversary, and the whole community is invited.

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Magician Eric Giliam to perform at library

New illusions come from thinking outside the box, Giliam says

It’s no illusion, magician Eric Giliam is coming to the Chino Valley Public Library for a couple early morning performances Wednesday, Oct. 10.

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Pet of the Week: Callie

Callie is a very sweet 7-year-old Rottweiler mix who is need of a new caring home after her owner passed away.

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Cooking with Diane: Crispy Spicy Fried Chicken Breasts

I was very pleased with this spicy chicken recipe; it tasted wonderful. There are a few steps needed to make this dish, but the time and results are well worth it.

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New Lions join the club

Six new members were inducted into the Chino Valley Morning Lions Club at the Oct. 1, 2018, meeting.

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Chino Valley in Brief: Bunco fundraiser to aid animal groups

Chino Valley Animal Partners is holding a Bunco fundraising event at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22, at the Chino Valley Senior Center, 1021 Butterfield Road.

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Editorial cartoon (b): Oct. 10, 2018

Editorial cartoon (b): Oct. 10, 2018

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Editorial cartoon (a): Oct. 10, 2018

Editorial cartoon (1): Oct. 10, 2018

Williams: Welcome to Joyful Bliss; may it remain that way

I have written before about building a miniature town and referred to John, a friend of mine, who was planning a diminutive settlement in his basement.

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Tax notices out late, but 3 weeks left to pay before delinquent

Mistake costing $16,920 causes bills to go to taxpayers who pay through lenders

On Monday afternoon, Oct. 1, the day most property owners in the county received their tax notices in the mail, the Yavapai County Treasurer’s Office started filling up with people, checkbooks in hand.

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Obituary Notice: Jon Paul Lindquist

Jon Paul Lindquist, 64, born July 30, 1954, in Bainbridge, Maryland, died Oct. 2, 2018, in Chino Valley, Arizona.

Free support and classes available for caregivers

There is a saying: “You can’t pour from an empty pitcher.”

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Prop 305 seeks to reverse Legislature’s action on vouchers

PHOENIX — It seems a bit out of Alice in Wonderland. But the more than 100,000 people who signed petitions to put Proposition 305 on the ballot now find they have to vote against it to get what they want: repealing legislation to expand who can get vouchers of taxpayer funds to attend private and parochial schools.

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