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Flash flooding causes difficult conditions in the Prescott area, residents share videos

A slow moving rain storm on the drought stricken Prescott area and surrounding communities caused flash flooding and road closures Sunday.

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National Weather Service issues Flash Flood Warning and Flood Advisory for Yavapai County

The National Weather Service in Flagstaff has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Yavapai County in the Goodwin fire scar area in west central Arizona, and a Flood Advisory for Yavapai County Prescott, Chino Valley, Prescott Valley and Dewey Humboldt areas in west central Arizona.

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4-month-old abuse victim stable at Phoenix Children’s Hospital

Mother’s brother admits to causing injury to baby on multiple occasions

A 4-month-old baby boy is in stable condition at Phoenix Children’s Hospital after first arriving at the Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) in Prescott Valley Thursday afternoon, July 12, with “symptoms of extreme abuse,” according to a Chino Valley Police Department (CVPD) news release.

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P&Z recommends denial of Brook apartments

High density project with rural homes doesn’t work, neighbor says

After a third and final look at the proposed Brook Apartments Tuesday, July 3, the Chino Valley Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously forwarded the matter to council with a recommendation to deny the project.

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Blue Moon support

Sale of items at Blue Moon Rescue and Sanctuary's second annual yard sale on Friday and Saturday, July 6-7, at the sanctuary in Chino Valley went to the sanctuary, which is supported by donations.

Chino Valley Briefs: Blood drive slated for July 14

There will be a blood drive from 8 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Saturday, July 14, in the St. Catherine Laboure Church hall, 2062 N. Highway 89, Chino Valley.

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A better town Kelly’s only goal

Has learned a lot in one year on council

Running unopposed in this year’s election, Chino Valley Town Councilman Cloyce Kelly said his only goal is to help make the town better.

Review website going to subscription-based access July 17

The Chino Valley Review and its sister publications publish an average of 100 local stories per week.

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Monsoons causing power outages in Quad Cities

What to do when the power fails

Since monsoon weather began sweeping through Arizona late last week, Arizona Public Service (APS) linemen have been scrambling all over the state in response to power outages. “Like the crews said today, ‘’tis the season,’” Arizona Public Service spokesperson Jill Hanks said Monday, July 9.

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Officials weigh letting Stubbs Fire burn northwest of Prescott

A wildland fire of about 1 acre is burning in Camp Wood, about 30 miles northwest of Prescott on the Chino Valley Ranger District, according to the Prescott National Forest, and they just might let it burn.

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Courier converting its website to subscription-based access July 17

The Daily Courier and its sister publications publish an average of 100 local stories per week. Along with news reports, our newsroom teams post about 350 additional information items each week on the newspaper’s websites, such as dCourier.com.

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Man arrested in stabbing death of 16-year-old Chino Valley boy

Juveniles involved may also face charges

A Chino Valley man was arrested in connection with the fatal stabbing of a boy on Saturday, June 30, and has been charged with second-degree murder.

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Chino Mud Run: Lots of improvements to this year’s course, officials say

Get down, get dirty – the Chino Mud Run is just a few weeks away though registration is already open.

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Councilman Mike Best seeks another term

Looks forward to town’s 50th anniversary

Councilman Mike Best is seeking another two-year term on the Chino Valley Town Council and is running unopposed.

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Chino Valley Town Council votes to give itself a raise

Could be an added incentive for younger people, mayor says

In a split 4-3 decision, the Chino Valley Town Council voted in favor of giving itself a raise at its regular meeting Tuesday, June 26.

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