The editorial cartoon in the Feb. 22, 2017 editions of the Prescott Valley Tribune and Chino Valley Review.
Newspaper editorial cartoons are disappearing when they are most needed.
I hear of a new moving company in the area called Mature Movers.
The editorial cartoon in the Feb. 15, 2017 editions of the Prescott Valley Tribune and Chino Valley Review.
People who are trying to turn their lives around need the support of the community, the encouragement of their neighbors, and a lot of personal dedication.
June 16, 1953, was a sultry summer day in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
The Experimental Aircraft Association, Chapter 658, wishes to thank the citizens of the greater Prescott area for the support they provided for the visit of the EAA’s historic B17 bomber.
On behalf of our Board of Directors, the Prescott Western Heritage Foundation, Inc., would like to thank all of our friends for their generous support throughout 2016.
The editorial cartoon in the Feb. 8, 2017 editions of the Prescott Valley Tribune and Chino Valley Review.
Imagine for a second you are in charge of a school district in the White Mountains of Arizona and you look outside to see a dozen inches of fresh snow.
OK. This time we’re moving to Chino Valley. Really.
The Chino Valley Police Department would like to say a big thank you to all who participated in the Tip-A-Cop on Jan. 24.
Backlash over the recent council decision to reduce sales tax for Clayton Homes confirms what I have been saying for years.
The editorial cartoon in the Feb. 1, 2017 editions of the Prescott Valley Tribune and Chino Valley Review.
The Arizona Legislature is considering a ban on texting while driving for teenagers with probationary driver’s licenses, and the story is all too familiar.
I met a young man, let’s call him Sam, who is a student at Arizona State University. We had a lot in common, including both being Sun Devils, Doctor Who fans and love of movies and video games.
I first met brother-in-law Bob in 1963 when I was 17 years old.
The editorial cartoon in the Jan. 25, 2017 editions of the Prescott Valley Tribune and Chino Valley Review.
Make punishment fit the crime
As the Arizona Legislature plows into its 2017 session, among the bills introduced so far is one that’s leaving us scratching our heads.
It might be time to do a movie. No, I don’t mean to see a movie, I mean to make my own.
With the Inauguration of Donald Trump for President of the United States, many of us who voted have great hopes, fears and expectations.
The editorial cartoon in the Jan. 18, 2017 editions of the Prescott Valley Tribune and Chino Valley Review.
Chino Valley Town Councilmember Lon Turner’s look said more than his words. He had just asked Ruth Mayday, the town’s director of development services, if he would need a permit to fly his American flag if Council passed the revised signage ordinances she brought before them.
It’s the middle of the night on June 17, 1972. Burglars have broken into an office complex and into files secured therein.
The all-volunteer Chino Valley/Paulden Area Salvation Army would like to thank all of the area citizens who donated funds to the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.