The Chino Valley Unified School District will once again be offering seven days’ worth of free meals (seven breakfasts, seven lunches) to not only CVUSD students, but to any child younger than 18. Pickup and Grab-n-go locations and times are available at chinovalleyschools.com.
In the ongoing campaign to raise money for a Fallen Officer Memorial on the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza, a drawing will take place in January for a Bisley Ruger Vaquero 45 Colt revolver.
On Thursday, Dec. 10, four days before the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were administered in the U.S., the Yavapai County Business & Employee Assistance Task Force sent a letter to local business owners and managers encouraging them to remain diligent in combating community spread of the coronavirus.
Recreation officials on the Verde Ranger District have closed some facilities and/or roads to prepare for the winter season, as of Friday, Dec. 18, through May 1, a Prescott National Forest news release reported.
A Prescott senior citizen was swindled out of more than $13,000 after he was tricked into paying for computer technical support with gift cards, according to the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday.
Here is a “refresher” column on the process in Arizona called “Arizona 811.”
As the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors approved a pair of key ordinances Wednesday, Dec. 16, one of the outgoing supervisors made a final pitch for a major road and bridge project.
At a special meeting held in the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors room, 1015 Fair St., and streamed live online at Yavapai.us, all five board members were sworn in by the Honorable Judge John Napper on Tuesday, Dec. 15.
An Arizona man who robbed and murdered a friend after a gambling trip more than a quarter-century ago has exhausted all his legal appeals and will now face the death penalty for the crime.
During a town council meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 8, the Chino Valley Elks Lodge No. 2842 presented its Officer of the Year honor to the Chino Valley Police Department (CVPD) investigation team for its work on the double-homicide case this year.
With Chino Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) switching to distance learning until the start of winter break on Dec. 21, the CVUSD governing board held a special meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 8, to discuss the status of the county’s COVID-19 situation.
Every home chef should have a rich and filling soup recipe in his or her repertoire. These hearty meals are perfect for cold days spent shoveling snow or after coasting downhill on a sled.
The Chino Valley Unified School District will once again be offering seven days’ worth of free meals (seven breakfasts, seven lunches) to not only CVUSD students, but to any child younger than 18.
Asking people to voluntarily wear masks is like asking us to voluntarily pay our taxes.
Psalm 73:26 says, “My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.”
Vera Myrtle Byson, 98, of Chino Valley, Arizona, peacefully passed away the afternoon of Dec. 3, 2020.
Richard Douglas Shipley, age 62, of Chino Valley, Arizona, passed away on Dec. 8, 2020, in Prescott, Arizona.
The lyrics from the classic 1945 melody, “Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow!” romanticize the magic of soft, white flakes that glisten as they fall across the landscape.
Pima and Maricopa counties will divide up Arizona’s first allocation of COVID-19 vaccines. And rural areas will have to wait a little while longer.
A water production facility that has served the City of Prescott for nearly 75 years is in line for replacement after the Prescott City Council approved a $14.2 million project this week.