One of Chino Valley’s premier and staple events, Wine, Bites & Brew, is set to make a long-awaited return on April 24 following its cancellation last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Heritage Middle School announced last week that it is asking for nominations for this year’s Heritage Middle School Hall of Fame Award.
When the weather starts to warm, people are inspired to once again venture outdoors and spend more time away from home. People can benefit from having quick and easy dinner recipes at the ready so that hours are not spent in the kitchen after a day of fun in the fresh air.
After a year of changes, uncertainty and adjustment, the Town of Chino Valley 50th Anniversary Golden Jubilee Celebration is back on track.
With some students recently testing positive for COVID-19, Chino Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) Superintendent John Scholl gave an update on the virus situation in schools and indicated that the governing board has no immediate plans to change the trajectory of the learning model.
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The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO) is hosting its first-ever Yavapai County Fallen Officer Memorial Ceremony at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 1, on the Yavapai County Courthouse plaza — north side.
Taking a new slap at President Joe Biden’s administration, Gov. Doug Ducey said Thursday, April 8, he is prepared to send the Arizona National Guard to the border — even if it means at state expense.
Yavapai County Community Health Services announced Friday, April 9, that the large COVID-19 vaccination points of dispensing (PODs) will likely wrap up in the month of May, differing to smaller locations to meet public demand, according to a news release.
Arizona senators are moving to let residents of homeowner associations display flags honoring first responders regardless of what their governing board says.
Arizonans who can’t pay their traffic fines won’t end up having to walk.
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For United States military veterans, rehabilitation and the act of returning to normal life can be a difficult process and feel like swimming upstream. But there seems to be a growing movement that is lobbying for government bodies to provide more programs and resources for men and women who may be struggling against the current.
To an outsider, it may not seem that Chino Valley offers a whole lot of rich and interesting history, but upon closer inspection this small farming town just north of Prescott is loaded with an acclaimed history, and its residents are proud of it.
The Chino Valley Unified School District would like to recognize Zarai Camacho of Del Rio School (DRS) as our Student of the week for April 8, 2021.
Slow-cooked foods seem tailor-made when the mercury is low. Stews, soups and casseroles can simmer and gain great flavor through slow-cooking methods.
Step by step, the Chino Valley 9/11 Memorial Improvement Project committee continues to add upgrades to the 9/11 memorial sculpture outside of the Compass Training Center with the aim to have the project completed by the 20th anniversary this year.
Wine, Bites & Brew, hosted by the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Chino Valley Lioness Club, is officially a go for April 24.
With their most famous and flagship local event coming up in Wine, Bites and Brew, the Chino Valley Lioness Club is continuing to find ways to raise funds. Its latest installment was in the form of a two-day garage sale.