What happened on a dark and stormy night at the high school?
A murder farce that will keep the audience in suspense — and in stitches — takes place this weekend at the Chino Valley High School.
Students, adults with Yavapai College and AAEC to compete
Yavapai College is scheduled to host a horse show Saturday, April 29, at its college arena in Chino Valley in collaboration with the Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center (AAEC) charter school in Prescott Valley.
Head Start accepting applications
It’s a pass that lasts a lifetime — well, beginning at age 62 and beyond, that is. The Senior Pass, offered through five federal entities, costs $10 and is good for as long as the person can use it.
Republicans stage a second prayer, this time praying to Jesus
An ongoing fight in the Arizona House over what constitutes a real prayer has heated up again.
Sen. Karen Fann just needs governor’s signature
Arizona is just one signature away from imposing its first-ever limits on the use of cellphones by teens.
A little blessing to go with the books: Feeding mind and tummy
First there was a Little Free Library (No. 34126) in Jessie Spring’s front yard in November 2015. The Blessing Box came a year later. A teak bench sits between them offering a place to browse books, sit and give thanks for a can of soup, or perhaps just a place to rest.
As a child, you probably heard the old adage, “If you don’t hurt bees, they won’t hurt you.”
Applications to join Town Council due May 1
The Town of Chino Valley is looking for candidates to fill a vacancy on the seven-member council following the resignation of Susie Cuka.
New play at CVHS The Chino Valley Theater Arts Department is staging a play, “While the Lights Were Out,” at 7:30 p.m. April 27 through 29 at the high school.
Auditor General’s report positive for Chino schools
Administrative costs continue to decline in the Chino Valley Unified School District (CVUSD), which improves its operational efficiency, according to the State Auditor General’s 2016 report.
Despite poor ridership, transit to Aquatics Center returns for third year
Ron Romley, board chairman of Yavapai Regional Transit (YRT), appeared before the Chino Valley Town Council April 11 requesting financial help for this summer’s transportation from Paulden to the Aquatic Center in Chino Valley.
Lawmakers: Cut government vehicle fleet by 10 percent
Arizona lawmakers want to find out whether every employee who has a state-issued car actually needs one.
Cost of medical transportation
An ambulance ride, if you’re in an automobile crash or fall and break a leg, comes with a steep price tag; in Yavapai County, it can cost over $1,600.
An 84-year-old Chino Valley woman with dementia is missing and the Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help finding her.