Hundreds participate on St. Patrick’s Day
Even though it was just a couple hours after the Whiskey Row Pub Crawl started on Friday, there had already been a large number of people coming through and participating, said Asha Rusling, Far From Folson bartender.
The Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce plans its first Chino Valley Food Round-up for 11 a.m., Saturday, April 22, at the Chamber’s office, Road 2 South and Highway 89.
After the fight, the payoff
Jeramy Plumb fights for funding, fights for education, and he fights for Arizona students.
$50,000 to improve access to Old Home Manor
The Town of Chino Valley will apply for a matching grant from the Arizona Commerce Authority that will contribute to building a bridge over the Santa Cruz Wash, straighten out two segments of East Road 4 North, and extend Colorado Way.
Volunteers working to get building up to code
The Paulden Community Center has passed its first inspection.
The Chino Valley Police Department has provided this accounting of police calls from March 5 to March 19:
When someone sees a police officer do something they believe is wrong, what can be done about it?
Utility company details its political campaign spending
Claiming a “commitment to transparency,” the state’s largest electric utility on Friday detailed more than $10 million it spent in the last two years to directly and indirectly influence elections and gave to other organizations to lobby.
On March 10, a woman was killed and a man injured when their SUV rolled over on Highway 69.
Challengers say rules place rights of tribes over kids’ best interests
A federal judge has thrown out a bid to void federal laws that challengers claim are racist because they place the desires and rights of Native American tribes over the constitutionally protected best interests of children.
For some folks, spring is not a welcome time of the year. It means runny noses, painful sinuses, headaches, earaches and constant sneezing.
The state’s new higher minimum wage is here to stay.
Wednesday the Chino Valley Area Chamber of Commerce held its Annual Real Estate Summit to an overflowing audience of Chamber members, the Real Estate Community and the public.
Prescott woman says her experience was pretty real
A question that often comes up regarding survival television is ‘How real is it?’
Public can meet the four candidates on Tuesday
The pending retirement of Chino Valley High School Principal Wes Brownfield has prompted a search for his replacement that will include a candidate meet-and-greet event on Tuesday, March 21 at the Chino Valley High School east gymnasium.