January 25, 2021


Winter storm adjustments, day 2 – Chino Valley School District

The current Winter Storm Warning from the National Weather Service continues through 11:00 a.m. tomorrow (Tuesday, January 26).  We have a significant concern about the road conditions as you move away from the highway and believe that it would be unsafe for school buses in the expected conditions.  In order to protect the health, safety,


Winter storm adjustments for Chino Valley School District

A message from Superintendent John Scholl regarding school tomorrow, Monday January 25th. Distance learning only tomorrow due to inclement weather: The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for tomorrow.  In order to protect the health, safety, and welfare of our students and staff, I am designating tomorrow as a distance learning day


Touchmark announces expansion: New addition will add memory care services

Touchmark at The Ranch is beginning construction of an addition that will add 45,000 square feet of specifically designed living for individuals experiencing memory loss and challenges due to Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia. The new building and service will expand Touchmark’s offerings and provide a full continuum of care, ranging from independent and assisted


New and Exciting Virtual Events from the Jim & Linda Lee Planetarium

The Jim & Linda Lee Planetarium at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University continues its mission with bringing the universe to you in the New Year! Join us for a variety of engaging, astronomy-themed virtual events from the comfort of your own computer. These virtual events are free. Please visit our website to learn more: https://prescott.erau.edu/about/planetarium/public-shows A Tour


Opinion: Biden Attack on Keystone Pipeline Bodes Ill For Jobs, Economy

Among the list of things President Joe Biden has reportedly promised to do immediately upon taking office is reversing President Donald Trump’s approval of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. Such a move would signal a return of the job-killing and energy price-boosting climate change agenda of the Obama administration. The proposed pipeline, which would transport Canadian

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Why retired generals, like new Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, rarely lead the Pentagon

Retired Gen. Lloyd Austin has been confirmed by the Senate as the next secretary of defense. AP Photo/Susan Walsh  Dwight Stirling, University of Southern California By all accounts, retired Army Gen. Lloyd Austin, just confirmed by the Senate to lead the U.S. Defense Department, is eminently qualified to be secretary of defense. A man who

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