P&Z forwards application to Town Council
Primrose Inn & RV could get eight more spaces for recreational vehicles if council approves the application forwarded to them by the Chino Valley Planning & Zoning Commission.
Her first play earns an encore weekend
Chino Valley High School drama teacher Shannon Tokheim opened the first play she’s ever directed last week and it’s getting a second weekend.
Increases are keeping pace with state’s increase in the minimum wage
When the newest round of raises kick in for some employees at the Chino Valley School District in January, they are definitely going to be seeing a difference, according to district officials.
Today, Prescott police are asking for the public’s help in locating, Robert Wayne Dozier.
Youth football and cheer needs board members Chino Valley Youth Football and Cheer is looking for board members for the 2018 season.
A huge spike in the number of flu cases could portend a particularly bad year for the flu in Arizona.
Says attorney general has no legal right to sue
Attorney General Mark Brnovich has no legal right to sue the Board of Regents over its tuition policy, the chairman of the board said this week, claiming the lawsuit against the board should be dismissed.
2016 measure made it illegal for towns to do business with any firm boycotting the Middle East nation
Calling it a violation of free speech rights, the American Civil Liberties Union is challenging a 2016 Arizona law that bars state and local governments from doing business with any firm that won’t do business with Israel.
Would extend the time victims have to seek treatment
As soon as a rattlesnake sinks its fangs into a victim, the venom starts traveling through the bloodstream.
One of state’s oldest institutions finally enters 21st century
As of Friday, Dec. 1, attorneys are now required to electronically file all documents for civil cases when filing into the Yavapai County Superior Court and Mohave County Superior Court.
House Speaker approves of spending $18,000 to defend lawmakers
Arizona taxpayers could be on the hook for up to $18,000 to pay the legal fees of lawmakers accused of ethics violations.
Chino residents open up home for visitors to tour a Christmas village
Chino Valley resident Art Cederholm has an entire village in his garage. It’s something he’s been doing since 2005, Cederholm said he started with two tables and now, there’s 10 tables in his garage that showcase a Christmas village.
Town plans a tree-lighting celebration after Chino Family Christmas
Refining the event to be even more fun than last year, Chino Family Christmas is a great way to get your holiday shopping done knowing that nothing there will be duplicated anywhere else, said Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Director Arlene Alen.
For first time in three years Paulden has a place to celebrate
After a two-year long closure of the Paulden Community Center, the Paulden Area Community Organization (PACO) and Paulden Churches United are hosting the annual Christmas Community Dinner.
Marmalade is a domestic shorthair male cat looking for a home.