Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce Director Lorette Brashear is holding a contest, searching for the name for her new upcoming radio show.
The Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board is set to adopt its 2019-20 budget at its Tuesday, July 2, meeting.
Pattee Spott says music is her happy place.
The suspension of Arizona Downs’ summer season due to the off-track betting signal fight is a disappointment, said trainer Stacy Campo.
The 38th annual Prescott Bluegrass Festival, held this weekend in downtown Prescott, is featuring plenty of young of bluegrass talent, according to a news release from Prescott Chamber of Commerce Office & Events Manager Laura Warne.
The audience at the Prescott Film Festival made its voice heard, voting for “Wish Man” to receive the Audience Choice Award for Best Narrative Feature.
Prescott’s own Sugar & the Mint is headlining the 38th annual Prescott Bluegrass Festival, something that feels incredibly special, lead vocalist Johan Glidden said.
After a long absence, Mile High Comedy Theater is returning to the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center, bringing with it a night of stand-up and improvisational comedy.
Alexes Niekamp, owner of Lessons by Lexe dance studio in Prescott, is in Phoenix this week competing against 25 other women for the chance to become Miss Arizona.
Though the Chino Valley Cemetery has been around since the early 1920s, John Ginn said he has had control over it for about four or five years.
Horses with H.E.A.R.T. is set to dedicate and unveil a new tack building, something Executive Director Pam Berry said the program has needed for a long time.
Strolling along the items in the yard sale behind the Walker Fire Department during the 49th annual Walker Day on Saturday, Rena Hatala said she was finding a lot of interesting things.
Stoic Cider has had a busy year and a half since selling its first bottles to the public in December 2017 — it recently won a gold medal at the largest cider competition in the world and is working on expansions, said Tierney Routson, co-founder.
Fake News! Jack Berry, coming from a Republican perspective, said he believes it to be an issue, noting that certain news organizations continue to put out false narratives.
Lonely Street Productions is bringing back its “Good Rockin’ Live — A Salute to Sun Records” show back to the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center this weekend.
Head eight miles south of Highway 69 this weekend for the 49th annual Walker Day, an event benefitting the Walker Fire Department in Prescott on Saturday, June 15.
Laark Productions is bringing another one of Shakespeare’s plays to the Highlands Center for Natural History this weekend and next weekend for the sixth annual Shakespeare in the Pines.
In April, Addie Daniels approached the Chino Valley Town Council about the Green Bags Project, asking them to collect food items in green bags for school district students and a homeless food pantry run by her family and other volunteers at the school.
The first phase of the 10-phase preliminary plat for Century Ranch subdivision was forwarded to the Chino Valley Town Council after unanimous approval by the Chino Valley Planning & Zoning Committee at its meeting Tuesday, June 4.
The calculations for valedictorian and salutatorian are changing and will go into effect for the graduating class of 2021 after approval by the Chino Valley Unified School District Governing Board at its meeting Tuesday, June 4.
The Prescott Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution honored World War II veterans and their service to the country, hosting 23, at a Saturday, June 8, luncheon at Guacamaya’s Mexican Grill.
Friday night was an emotional moment for Meghan Tisdale, a Make-A-Wish recipient who came face to face with Frank Shankwitz, the man who founded the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The Prescott Valley Civic Center is going to do the dogs this weekend for the eighth annual WOOFstick and Adopt-a-thon event.
One Story Creations is putting on three showings of “Matilda the Musical,” which director Jennifer Gail said is the company’s first big family show.
Summer in Chino Valley means the return of the Chino Valley Farmers Market, now in its 12th year as it returns to its spot in front of Olsen’s Grain starting Thursday, June 6.
Contractors coming in from outside of Chino Valley no longer have to worry about deviations in the building code thanks to amendments to the town’s building and technical codes recently approved by the Chino Valley Town Council.
As fire season looms, officials from the Prescott National Forest and Central Arizona Fire & Medical Authority reminded residents to be firewise at the Tuesday, May 28, Chino Valley Town Council meeting.
Kicking off this year’s Prescott Film Festival is “Wish Man,” the biographical drama of the story behind Prescott resident Frank Shankwitz and the events that led to the creation of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Looking out at the view of Watson Lake from the Peavine Trail from her wheelchair, Carolina Alcalde said she was enjoying her hike on the Peavine Trail.
After a little game of Faro, Delilia and Aurellia Klein moved on to check out some weaving at the Sharlot Hall Museum’s 46th annual Folk Arts Fair on Saturday, June 1.
One Stage Family Theatre is bringing the East High Wildcats and the story of their summer vacation to the Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center this weekend with “High School Musical 2 Jr.”
Take a trip back to the past and discover a simpler time at the Sharlot Hall Museum this weekend for the 46th annual Folk Arts Fair.
Drew Baloh is bringing the Garth Brooks experience to Prescott Valley on Saturday, June 1, with “Garth Live! – Tribute to Garth Brooks.”
Going downtown almost any day of the week this summer will mean running into some form of entertainment, whether it’s music or movies, thanks to the 2019 Summer Concert & Movie Series.
For this year’s 11th annual Bob Kaecker Memorial Golf Tournament, Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Lorette Brashear said she decided to add a bit of a twist.
Development Services Director Joshua Cook said he wants to readdress the part of the Chino Valley Town Code regarding temporary signs.
Numerous Western artists showed off and sold their artwork in downtown Prescott on Saturday, May 25, for the first day of the Phippen Museum’s 45th annual Western Art Show & Sale.
After Ya Antabtssy crossed the finish line, becoming the first horse to win a race at Arizona Downs since 2010, spectator Mike Rowe said he was excited to not only have seen the race, but come out a winner.
Memorial Day Weekend means western, art on the courthouse plaza as the Phippen Museum puts on its 45th annual Western Art Show & Sale.
Early returns for the Chino Valley Special Election on Tuesday, May 21, show residents voting against a $1.5 million primary property tax levy for a 20-year program dedicated to road maintenance and construction as well as against allowing the town to purchase another water system if one comes available.