Ariana J. of Heritage Middle School is the Student of the Week.
Peanut butter lovers will really enjoy this pie.
Did you know that one inch of rain on a 1,000-square-foot roof can yield roughly 600 gallons of water?
These cheese steak rolls are a quick easy dinner served with a nice salad, or as appetizers for a family get together. Try them!
Here in Chino Valley Unified School District, Julian Camacho is “paws-i-tively” amazing!
We are new to Prescott and “something” is eating our shrubs. We have never been faced with a plant-eating culprit and need some help.
Meet Enzo Wiley, a second grader at Territorial Early Childhood Center.
This sweet, minty dessert is delicious to serve at any celebration but especially great for Saint Patrick’s Day parties.
The tragedy in Parkland, Florida, almost three weeks ago has focused the nation again on the safety of our children at school.
Ask the Contractor: New technology for septic tank drain fields, old timey remedy for hard water stains
We “heard through the grape vine” there is a new, environmentally friendly replacement to the traditional stone and pipe drain field.
When we get cold weather like we’ve had the past few days, I get in the mood to make a pot of soup. This potato corn chowder turned out to be wonderful.
Looking to focus on children’s ministry, pastor says
After filling in as a guest preacher for the past year since January 2017, Chino Valley resident Michael Schoenfeld was voted in unanimously as the Chino Valley Community Church’s new permanent, part-time pastor.
Mackie Marie is a female adult Pit Bull Terrier Mix who about 7 years old.
Kairos ministry – meaning God’s time – is an international prison ministry, where groups of Christians go to prisons (inside ministry) or meet on a weekend (Friday through Sunday) with women who have been impacted by incarceration themselves or by a friend or family member (outside ministry).
Character Counts here at Del Rio School, especially KINDNESS! One of our nominees for the month of February was Elizabeth Thomas, a student in Mrs. Holder’s fifth-grade class.
It is a pleasure to nominate Mr. Bret Ely as our teacher of the month.
At the risk of sounding like a broken record, let me repeat — and even refer to my earlier, annoying repetition of this statement: Do not start work or hand over any money without an executed contract.
Would eliminate sessions, alter fee schedule
Chino Valley town staff is recommending Town Council raise the aquatic center fees, said Community Services Director Scott Bruner at last week’s council meeting.
This extreme, “no-winter weather” condition is affecting our lakes and aquifers and our ski time.
A cold glass of milk with these cherry angel bars hits the spot for a simple, great family dessert.
... despite the bumps, bruises
The all-women Northern Arizona Roller Derby League has been around since 2008.
Tabytha has demonstrated outstanding character in Kindergarten at Territorial Early Childhood Center.
Youth learning the ukulele
Ethan Goodluck, a third grader at Del Rio Elementary, said he already knew how to play the drums and flute and wanted to learn another instrument, so he’s learning the ukulele.
Would have cost the town a lot of money
Chino Valley Mayor Darryl Croft said motor sports is not going to happen in Chino Valley.
What a perfect Valentine couple Pat and Gene Harman of Chino Valley are; they have been happily married for 61 years.