Many people look forward to the weekend, when they can sleep in a little later and not be pressured by the time constraints of a typical weekday.
The Chino Valley Police Department welcomes Sirius, its newest K9 officer. Sirius replaces the retired K9 Jax, who retired in 2019
Did you know there are anywhere from 8,000 to 10,000 Patron Saints … or more? I’m led to believe that this broad count also includes blesseds and venerables.
As part of the Shoes from the Shepard program, Chino Valley United Methodist Church donated gift bags to the Chino Valley Unified School District on Wednesday, Sept. 2, to help out the area’s low-income families with school-age children that are homeless or are on the brink of homelessness.
A sense of normalcy is returning little by little as the Chino Valley Unified School District board made revisions and finalized plans for its adoption of the hybrid instruction model during a regular meeting Tuesday, Sept. 1.
While waiting in a fast food drive-thru lane with a friend Tuesday night, a 29-year-old man stopped breathing from an apparent drug overdose. A single dose of NARCAN given by first responders gave him back the breath of life.
First and foremost — your phone calls, your adorable emails and surprise visits to the office over these past couple of weeks in response to my columns about my work week exertion, grinding and anything but drudgery made me feel like the most adored girl on the planet.
Many of you have probably heard the phrase, “Doin’ the lord’s work.” Ed Albus, a man very in-tune with his religious beliefs, is essentially doing just that at his Barnabas Farms in Chino Valley.
All owners are required to license their dogs that live within town limits of Chino Valley and are over the age of four months. T
People choose to adhere to a vegetarian or vegan diet for various reasons. Some people avoid animal products because of ethics, while others want to control their weight with low-calorie foods. Still others may have food allergies or intolerances that make a vegetable-based diet their best option.
After a meeting with the governor’s office, the Town of Chino Valley will use its $1.4 million in CARES Act money to finance its police department, and use the money that was already budgeted for police to repair roads around town
East Road 2 North between Peppertree Pl. and Bright Star Blvd. will be restricted to one lane of travel for road maintenance beginning at 6 a.m. Aug. 28, and ending at 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 14.
Authorities continue to look for the people who assaulted a Chino Valley man while he was protecting private property on Aug. 6, and the reward for information leading to an arrest has been increased to $2,000.
With more than 80% of Yavapai County already receiving their ballots through the mail, most voters in the county are old hands at voting by mail.
A 76-year-old Prescott-area resident has fallen victim to a gift card scam and lost $5,000, according to the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office. She is sharing her story so that others may learn from her mistakes.
Prescott City Council member Alexa Scholl has been hired to become Prescott Unified School District’s new health and safety coordinator, a one-year COVID-19 related position created to assist with protocols to make certain the district is ready for students and staff to return to school in a safe fashion.
COVID-19 has brought forward new terms such as social distancing and parkletts. Takeout meals have become popular and Zoom meetings are a way of life.
For a quarter of a century, the Yavapai County Education Foundation Teacher of the Year (TOY) banquet at the Prescott Resort was the premier event to honor individuals who exemplified the “pinnacle of excellence” in classroom teaching from pre-kindergarten to high school.
Wine, Bites & Cruise — which replaced Chino Valley’s staple event of Wine, Bites & Brew this year due to COVID-19 concerns — was running ever so smoothly and better than anyone expected until a furious monsoon hit the Olsen’s Grain venue about halfway through on Saturday, Aug. 22.