As part of BISSELL Pet Foundation’s (BPF) nationwide “Empty the Shelters” event, the Chino Valley Animal Shelter will be holding an adoption drive July 10-12 where aspiring owners can adopt a new pet for $25 or less.
On a quiet and calm Wednesday, Tom Payne of Chino Valley was working on a couple of projects at his shop, fittingly named Tom’s Print & Sign, which is located on Highway 89 across the street from Chino Valley High School.
With the elections coming up in August and with three seats open, the six candidates who are in the running for Chino Valley Town Council participated in a virtual forum via Zoom on Monday, June 29, in which they answered questions that were submitted by local residents.
Chino Valley’s 9-11 Memorial sculpture that sits at the entrance of the Compass Training Center off Perkinsville Road received storyboard upgrades by the 9-11 Memorial Improvement Project committee Saturday, June 13.
The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t been easy for anybody. But the Salvation Army of Prescott has been making it a little easier for the less-fortunate families in Chino Valley, as it held a weekly drive-by food box distribution at St. Catherine Laboure church.
The Chino Valley Town Council signed off on a contract with Asphalt Paving & Supply, Inc. for a $266,126.66 improvement project for the Chino Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) during its meeting on Tuesday, June 23.
The show must go on - except when COVID-19 is concerned. The Northern Arizona Blues Alliance's third annual Fourth of July Blues Festival has been canceled.
All 10 presidents from each of the colleges that make up the Maricopa County Community Colleges District (MCCCD) have collectively forwarded a recommendation to district Chancellor Steven Gonzales to cancel all sports for the 2020-21 school year.
The 133rd edition of Prescott Frontier Days, the “World’s Oldest Rodeo,” will look a bit different this year with its most notable change being that the venue’s capacity will be limited to only 25% because of COVID-19 health and safety guidelines.
To date, four Town of Chino Valley employees have tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19) and all are currently resting at home, monitoring their health, and receiving appropriate medical treatment, town staff said Wednesday, June 24.