In 2016, founder of Yavapai Humane Trappers Katrina Karr was a member of a well-established organization called Lost Pets of Northern Arizona, which now has over 19,000 followers on Facebook.
Yes, Gov. Doug Ducey canceled the rest of the school year in the state of Arizona due to coronavirus concerns. However, Chino Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) is still providing a number of at-home and online educational services to its students.
The Town of Chino Valley released statement on Saturday that announced some recreational areas and features will be closed down until further notice in compliance with Gov. Doug Ducey’s order to ensure the safety of Arizona residents amid coronavirus concerns.
On a rainy evening in March, locals straggle but eventually fill the modest-sized Average Joe’s Gym, which is tightly sandwiched within a small strip mall on the outskirts of downtown Prescott.When gym members walk through the door after getting off from their day job, they are immediately greeted by owner and trainer John Potenza.
The Chino Valley Education Foundation’s Hungry Kids Project held an event at Heritage Middle School the morning of Thursday, March 26, where community students packed grocery bags with food and then delivered it to some of the less fortunate families in town.
The coronavirus pandemic has nearly shut down the entire world and it’s no different for Arizona schools and their sports programs as Gov. Doug Ducey canceled all school-related operations for the rest of the year.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, BISSELL Pet Foundation (BPF) will sponsor reduced adoption fees across the country starting Thursday, March 26 in an effort to assist struggling and shorthanded animal shelters, including Chino Valley.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced on Friday that school will remained closed an additional two weeks until April 10 amid coronavirus concerns. The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) will abide by that directive and suspended all athletic operations until further notice.