Meet Maeve, an approximately 7-month-old female Catahoula mix.
Pixie and her bunny are ready for their forever home. She was part of an abandoned litter of cattledog pups near Shiprock.
Trinket is a 1-year-old, classic swirl tabby. He came to Miss Kitty’s as a stray, found by someone who has dogs and could not keep him.
Triscuit is a small and playful little gal. Triscuit is friendly to humans and other kittens.
They’re planning three nights of dancing for you! The dance is held at the Depot Marketplace | BMO Harris Bank parking lot and admission is still just $5 per person.
Kicked Outta Cottonwood is a hard-charging country band taking the area by storm. Their unique blend of country and southern rock can be heard every month at Lucy’s Bar & Grill, 3020 Highway 89, Chino Valley, where they regularly perform.
Join the Chino Valley Police Department from 8 to 9 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 28, at the Chino Valley Senior Center, 1021 Butterfield Road, for Coffee with Cops.
The Chino Valley Planning and Zoning commissioners discussed a proposed Dark Sky Ordinance, proposed cargo storage containers, keeping of non-domestic animals and General Plan implementation during a work session meeting Tuesday, Feb. 6, at Town Hall.
The Chino Valley Town Council’s Water and Utilities Subcommittee discussed the Integrated Water Master Plan and other water issues during a Monday, Feb. 12, meeting at Town Hall.
The commitment by the Chino Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) and Chino Valley High School (CVHS) to prepare students for both college and the work force continues through more than 20 career training fields presented through the Career and Technical Education (CTE) program.
A 59-year-old Cordes Lakes woman was arrested and charged with first-degree murder Friday, Feb. 16, after her 93-year-old roommate was discovered dead after an initial welfare check.
Yavapai County has released voter information for the upcoming elections this year.
A bill making its way through the Arizona Legislature would have real estate agents disclose anything and everything to prospective buyers.
State Rep. Barbara Parker, R-Mesa, doesn’t want the public to be able to attend legislative meetings. Hmmm. I wonder why?
Chino Valley High School leaders this week were proud to boast to the district’s Governing Board members about their student participation in a robust, career and technical education program.