Prescott representative: 'If you've got a better idea, put it in writing'
PHOENIX – With a teacher pay plan eluding a deal and what he contends are unrealistic revenue estimates from Gov. Doug Ducey, a Prescott Republican lawmaker wants colleagues to consider a financial "bridge'' to provide immediate dollars.
Money came from anonymous donation
The Chino Valley Police Foundation recently donated more than $200 worth of classroom materials to Head Start Chino Valley thanks to an anonymous donation, according to Chino Valley Police Foundation Treasurer Maureen Johnson.
Paulden Community School honor roll students get to run the school
A group of Honor Roll students at Paulden Community School got to spend time Thursday, April 19, as principal for an hour.
Fiscal Health: Community Services does well with budget it has, director says
Chino Valley’s Community Services Department is in good shape financially and does a good job with the budget it has, says Community Services Director Scott Bruner.
Meeting focuses on town’s anniversary The Town of Chino Valley will be turning 50! Town officials want to throw a big party with lots of community involvement.
Already fighting with educators over his pay hike plan, Gov. Doug Ducey opened a second front Friday, this time attacking members of his own Republican Party.
Second #RedForEd rally affirms need for pre-Recession funding to do what’s best for students
The momentum behind the #RedForEd movement has not lost its gusto in the Quad Cities.
If you’ve been sneaking Fluffy into the grocery store with the claim that’s your service dog, you’ll soon have to make other arrangements for your pet.
Drivers appear to be okay despite significant damage to vehicles
Two trucks - a red Toyota Tundra and a white Ford F-250 - were heavily damaged from a collision at the intersection of Highway 89 and Prescott Lakes Parkway at about 4:45 p.m. Wednesday, April 18.
All a matter of doing God’s work, pastor says
After taking over as pastor for Wildwood Baptist Church in August of last year, Edward Albus said his focus is on missions and what the church can do in the community to grow the kingdom of God.
Chino Valley High School students are looking to make a difference in the lives of international students by selling “Yuda Bands” to raise money so underprivileged kids around the world can go to school.
The Chino Valley Development Services Department is doing well financially with an efficient and lean staff, said Director Jason Sanks.
Acorn Montessori “A” rated Charter Schools are expanding with a state of the art gymnasium, performing arts theater and additional classrooms.
Jordan “Horsepower” Rainwater of Chino Valley shows off her first-place trophy at a junior dragster event April 8 in Tucson.
Bake sale benefits animals sale on Saturday Chino Valley Animal Partners (CVAP) will have a bake sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 21, at the Liquor Barn, 315 E. Chino Drive, Chino Valley, located on Highway 89.