March 3, 2022


Insurgent Brewing in Chino Valley Donates Portion of Peavine Trail Ale Proceeds

Pictured from left to right: Sarah Gallegos, Rob Valenzuela, Ann Hendrickson, Laura Valenzuela, Scott Bruner, Maggie Tidaback The Town of Chino Valley Economic Development Project Coordinator, Maggie Tidaback and Community Services Director, Scott Bruner were proud to stand alongside Insurgent Brewing Co. owners Rob and Laura Valenzuela today as they presented Ann Hendrickson, President of

Dog Breeds That Need a Fair Amount of Exercise

Are you someone who lives a very active lifestyle and wants a dog to match the energy? Do you want to know which dog breeds require a good amount of exercise? Did you know that some dog breeds are more athletic than others? If you’re an athlete, knowing what breed of dog is right for

Yavapai College

Yavapai College Offering 8-Week Classes for Spring Semester; Registration Open

Classes begin on March 21 Yavapai College is offering an array of late start classes this spring semester. All of the classes will be eight weeks in length and will begin on March 21. These classes are designed to be completed on an accelerated timeline, 50% shorter than normal classes. Most of the classes are


Governor Ducey Launches AZ OnTrack Summer Camp

Lisa Graham Keegan Named Chair, Applications Open Next Week Governor Doug Ducey announced today that one of Arizona’s most respected education leaders, Lisa Graham Keegan, will lead the AZ OnTrack Summer Camp, the initiative to overcome learning loss that occurred during the pandemic. The Governor also announced applications for schools and community partners to host camp sites

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