Kindness can come in many ways and sometimes it goes unnoticed. Joaquin is someone who is a very quiet, kind person even when he is not recognized.
Pizza is pizza, right? Not quite. This beloved cheese-and-sauce-crafted masterpiece is much more complex than fans may imagine.
Astrologists explain that folks born under the same Zodiac sign usually share similar traits, personalities, abilities, and so forth. If that’s true, why aren’t I more like Julius, Bill, John and Giovanni in the following paragraphs? I ask since they and I were all born on May 24 at one time or another.
In accordance with Gov. Doug Ducey’s announcement on April 29, of a return to “Temporary Normal” by allowing certain businesses and services to expand operation beginning May 4, the Town of Chino Valley has announced that some recreational features will open this week.
Police continue to diligently work to find David Batten, 45, and Elissa Landry, 28, of Chino Valley who were reported as possibly deceased last week, the Chino Valley Police Department said.
The United Way of Yavapai County’s executive director will be leaving her four-year position as of May 15 for semi-retirement to her home state of Washington, board President Mary Ann Suttles announced this week.
Dear Homeowners, please do your homework when purchasing an older resale home that possibly has had an addition, sunroom added or garage addition, deck addition, etc.
A 19-year-old man was arrested this week on multiple charges of theft/burglary and criminal damage for the theft of wheels, tires and tools dating back to mid-2019.
One — possibly two — of the people who the Chino Valley Police Department reported as missing last week may be dead, the Police Department reported Tuesday evening, April 28, and the third person has been arrested in Iowa.
John Scholl, superintendent for Chino Valley Unified School District, announced updates via email regarding the postponements and cancelations of the district’s end-of-year activities
In wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the Chino Valley Lioness Club partnered with Yavapai Regional Transit (YRT) to hand out free supply bags to local riders and community members in need on Saturday, April 11.
Much like St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated by people with no trace of Irish heritage, Cinco de Mayo has become a day of celebration for people who do not trace their ancestry to Mexico.
Kaylynn is a perfect example of what a responsible student should be. She always does the right thing, follows the rules, and always does her best. Kaylynn always sets a good example for others by being responsible every day. She is kind hearted and wears a smile on her face.
Isaac Duenez is a first grade student at Territorial Early Childhood center. Isaac loves school. He puts a 100% into all of his studies.
Chino Valley High School agriculture teacher Kevin Hicks was named the Arizona Agriculture Teachers Association (AATA) Black Canyon District Teacher of the Year on Thursday, April 23, 2020.
Colleen C. Madill, age 98 of Chino Valley, Arizona, passed away on April 17, 2020, in Chino Valley. Affordable Burial and Cremation, in Chino Valley, is in charge of the final arrangements.
When it comes to educational expectations around the quad-city area, education district administrators, teachers and parents agree this is a time for “maximum flexibility” when it comes to expectations.
Nancy Garcia, of Chino Valley, Arizona was born on July 18, 1950 in Seattle, Washington and passed away on April 22, 2020. Final arrangements are being handled through Chino Valley Funeral Home, on Palomino Road.