Anyone looking for something prehistoric need look no further than the pit houses at Willow Lake City Park.
Carefully examining the tomato plants for new formations inside the humid greenhouse, MaKenna Snyder said just how much she enjoys the Production Horticulture class at Yavapai College.
In January, the Chino Valley Town Council called for a special election.
Ever since assuming the role of director at the Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce, Lorette Brashear has taken insight from her favorite quote, going where there is no path and leaving a trail.
A model train belonging to a member of the Bradshaw Mountain Hi Railers Group speeds past a model station at Gateway Mall Saturday, Feb. 2. The group offers a free model train exhibit on the first Saturday of each month from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Breweries across Arizona are celebrating their craft and collaborating with each other for Arizona Beer Week, happening from Thursday, Feb. 7 to Saturday, Feb. 16 with more than 200 events occurring across the state.
Fortune favors the animals in need in and around Chino Valley with the formation of a new nonprofit called Luck is Up Animal Rescue.
The Knights of Columbus, Chino Valley Council 10234 recently donated $1,003.07 to the Intermountain Centers for Human Development facility in Chino Valley, which the director says went toward a medical table.
Job seekers are encouraged to head to Chino Valley High School on Friday as numerous employers from around the community are seeking to fill positions at the Chino Valley Job Fair.
After speaking at the inaugural Northern Arizona Environmental Conference on Saturday, Jan. 26, Save the Dells Communications Director Amber Fields said the group fit right into the conference, especially with it being held in Prescott.
"C-Bar 2,” the sequel to the locally made 2015 film, “C-Bar,” is set to premiere next weekend at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center.
Council going to do some good things in the future, Tom Agostino says.
Paula Poundstone, comedienne and regular panelist on the NPR comedy news quiz show “Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!,” is bringing her brand of observational comedy back to Prescott for a show at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center this weekend.
The Prescott Chamber Orchestra is celebrating its 36th consecutive year next week with a concert devoted to music from the Baroque period.
The Central Arizona Concert Band’s first concert of 2019 is this weekend and features a performance of the band’s clarinet choir.
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.
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.
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.
In a world where more than a few search for meaning in their lives, some Prescott residents say that their family is what makes life meaningful.
Sitting amongst the stacks of books at Country Roads Books, Karen Litt admitted to a love of books and no desire for an e-reader.
Though Chino Valley doesn’t have a farmers market in the winter, local farmers keep their livelihoods going selling their wares at the winter markets in Prescott.
Read more books, save more money, take off those last few stubborn pounds … many look at the New Year as a time to reflect and make some resolutions.
Americans are staying the same height, but their waistlines continue to expand, according to a recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
It is New Year’s Day, you wake up, take a quick look at last night’s pictures, get out of bed and get ready to face the New Year – or you would if it weren’t for what feels like a 6-year-old’s rendition of “Stomp” going on in your head.
The Town of Chino Valley has a number of plans for the coming year that include calling for a special election and filling two vacant director positions.
Dewey resident Ryan Blauvelt took first-place honors in the Courier Cares Christmas Lighting Contest and has no idea how many lights are on his house.
See the sensation that the Huntsville Times calls “… the perfect gift for Christmas … a holiday feast for the ears and eyes” at a show for one night only next week.
Tis Art Center & Gallery has its annual Winter Fine Art Photography exhibit coming up, beginning on Thursday, Dec. 27, and running all the way through Tuesday, Jan. 22.