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Voters to have their say on proposed levy for roads

Town council calls for special election

The Town of Chino Valley will hold a special election in May asking voters two questions following a unanimous call for the election at the Town Council meeting Tuesday, Jan. 8.

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Range at Sportsmen’s Club to reopen this month

Current memberships will be honored, town manager says

The Chino Valley Shooting Facility will reopen later this month after a unanimous decision by the Chino Valley Town Council to terminate the concessionaire agreement at its Tuesday, Jan. 8 meeting.

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Updates set for well site

Prescott-owned property to be rehabilitated

The Chino Valley Town Council unanimously approved a conditional use permit for the rehabilitation of a Prescott-owned well site at its meeting Tuesday, Jan. 8.

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Monster Trucks roll in

Monster trucks and the transforming fire-breathing, car-eating dinosaur robot known as Megasaurus are set to roll into the Findlay Toyota Center Friday and Saturday, Jan. 11-12, for the Toughest Monster Truck Tour.

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Phoenix Symphony performs two January concerts

The Phoenix Symphony is returning to Prescott for two January concerts, the first of which is Sunday, Jan. 13, and features a patriotic program lead by guest conductor Matthew Kasper.

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Mark Cordes returns as Spouse Whisperer

Comedian Mark Cordes is returning for one of his Spouse Whisperer shows at the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center.

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Four Shillings Short plays the PCA

Four Shillings Short, the musical duo the Albequerque Journal said brings “an experimental spirit to traditional music” is coming back to Prescott for a show at Prescott Center for the Arts.

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Pink Martini makes Prescott stop on tour

Take a worldwide musical adventure with Pink Martini and its blending of American music with a world music vibe as the group returns to the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center.

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Chino Valley overflowing in coffee

Overflow Coffee offers warm, friendly environment

For six years, Overflow Coffee has been providing Chino Valley with a cup of coffee and a warm environment.

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Equestrian Association looks to do more with community

Organization planning a hoedown later this year

After last year’s successful efforts to raise awareness of the Chino Valley Equestrian Association within the community, the organization is working on ways to be more involved, according to President Danielle Feller.

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