Chino Valley High School Class of 2018 held their commencement at the Prescott Valley Event Center Wednesday, May 23.
Students share memories, advice
Their future lies before them. Tonight is the night. Wednesday, May 23, Chino Valley High School seniors will don their caps and gowns, walk out into the Prescott Valley Event Center and graduate high school.
Property tax would be a hard sell, says committee member
The Chino Valley Roads & Streets Subcommittee is still looking at funding options to pay for roads and street maintenance.
No major replacements this year, staff says
The pool at the Chino Valley Aquatic Center opens for the season Friday, May 25, and efforts to get it ready for the season have been occurring all year long, staff says.
The American Legion is having a Memorial Day celebration at the Chino Valley Cemetery at 10 a.m. There will be a pool and horse shoe tournament afterward.
Arizona’s jobless rate is stalled - and at a rate higher than earlier this year -- even as the national figure continues to drop.
Waiting until you’re on your own property before pulling over for police won’t save you from having you or your vehicle legally searched.
The 40th Annual Yavapai County Contractors Association Home and Garden Show will get underway this weekend at the Prescott Valley Event Center, 3201 North Main St.
Public asked to help in locating him
A warrant for the arrest of Mark Allen Whittington, 60, of Prescott, was issued on Mon., May 14, by the Prescott Justice Court and the Arizona Registrar of Contractors (AZ ROC) is requesting the public’s assistance in locating him.
One structure burned
A wildfire that started just south of Walker Wednesday morning, May 16, led to the evacuation of residents located off of Bluff Road east of Poachers Way.
Guardians concerned for her safety
A 16-year-old girl named Rylee Krueger is being sought by the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office (YCSO). She reportedly ran away from her home in the 3000 block of Highway 89 in Prescott sometime after 9 p.m. Thursday, May 10, according to a YCSO news release.
The Arizona Racing Commission unanimously approved a three-year temporary permit for the track’s new ownership group during its May 10 meeting, paving the way for horse racing in 2019.
Working on a small loom just outside of the Del Rio Elementary School library, fourth grader Estara Hofer was enjoying the experience, weaving without the use of electronics.
Final expense of where town is going, says Mendoza
The Chino Valley Town Council unanimously approved up to $21,200 to EPS Group for master planning services for Old Home Manor at its meeting May 8.
One-quarter percent tax extended for 20 years
An overwhelming 76 percent of Yavapai County voters agree: The jail tax should go on as it has for nearly two decades.