Chino Valley plans two-day community clean-up this weekend
Chino Valley residents can get rid of that excess trash at the town’s two-day long Community Clean Up and Free Dump days this Friday and Saturday, Nov. 16-17.
Residents voice concerns on possible future uses for land if rezoning goes through
The Chino Valley Planning and Zoning Committee tabled a couple of controversial rezoning requests at its meeting Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Planning committee looking for people to get involved in preparing for events
The town is in the throes of planning for its 50th anniversary celebration, set to begin in the latter half of 2019, said Councilman Mike Best at a recent Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce Business and Networking Luncheon.
Sharlot Hall print shop operator talks journalistic heritage
In the days of the Old West, the printing press was the great civilizer, a sign that a town was a town, according to Sharlot Hall Museum print shop operator Troy Groves.
At 11 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 11, 1918 — the 11th day of the 11th hour of the 11th month — the armistice was signed, ending the fighting in World War I.
Museum admission is free to veterans, active military personnel on Veterans Day
It’s been a year of awards for Sharlot Hall Museum — latest being the “Stewart Frazier Patriotism Award,” recognizing the museum’s continuing support of the military through exhibits, education programs and patriotic presentations.
For the last couple of months, Paul Monska and Craig Stilwell have been putting on art classes for veterans at Mountain Artists Guild.
The Yavapai College Performing Arts Department is putting on a concert paying tribute to veterans and active military personnel.
Phoenix-based magician Eric Giliam is returning for a night of magic at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center.
The Quad-City Interfaith Council is putting on its fifth annual Many Voices of Thanks Interfaith Celebration at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on Thursday.