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Chino Valley, Arizona is located in Yavapai County. Zip codes in Chino Valley, AZ include 86323. The median home price in Chino Valley is $249,900 which is roughly $127/per square foot. More Chino Valley information.

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2 hrs ago | The Daily Courier

Chino Valley football drops season opener at Camp Verde

Vyto Starinskas/Verde Independent, Courtesy Chino Valley's Noah Knisely finds room to run in the Cougars' Week 1 loss at Camp Friday night.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

Chino Valley Review

Charges not likely to be filed in Wednesday's 89 crash

Charges aren't likely to be filed in Wednesday's head-on collision that sent a Yavapai County Sheriff's Office staffer to the hospital.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Verde Independent

Commentary: Renewing, increasing Jail District levy will keep taxes down

Having been privileged to serve Yavapai County as the elected sheriff from 1989 to 2005, I saw many changes.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

The Daily Courier

YCSO staffer reportedly one of two victims in Highway 89 head-on collision

Prescott Fire Division Chief Don Devendorf said there was one critical injury, in the YCSO vehicle - he was flown to Flagstaff Medical Center with "multisystems failure" - and the other driver was taken by ground ambulance to Yavapai Regional Medical Center.

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Chino Valley Review

Floodplain map revisions could mean big insurance hikes

Flood waters from last week's rainfall near Black Canyon City look characteristically like rapids that have ravished the Chino Valley and Paulden areas, for example, in recent years in the Big Chino Wash.

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Chino Valley Review

Public has until Sept. 8 to comment on ADOT Hell Canyon Bridge project

8 to comment on ADOT Hell Canyon Bridge project The Hell Canyon Bridge spans a rugged canyon on Highway 89 north of Paulden, south of Drake Road.

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The Daily Courier

Homicide trial set for man accused of shooting Chino Valley partygoer

A man accused in the 2013 shooting death of a Chino Valley partygoer will go to trial in March 2015, a judge said Monday.

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

Chino Valley Review

High-speed chase from Paulden into NW Chino after reported shooting, led to 3 arrests

Chino Valley Review Yavapai County Sheriff's deputies chased an SUV at high speeds from Highway 89 in Paulden then through back streets on Chino Valley's northwest side Saturday at about 7:30 p.m., after a reported shooting in a Paulden residential neighborhood.

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The Daily Courier

Mountain Institute JTED New sports medicine facility opens

Courtesy photos Jimmy Torres Jr. , above, trains with bands, while Mikkel Turley and Lyndsey Miller work at tapping Miller's ankle.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

Chino Valley Review

Getting a 'Water Rush' on a hot summer day

Winners of the Mingus Springs Charter School Water Rush 5K Race Saturday were, from left, first-Austin Bradshaw, 9, second-Elijah Desmond, 14, both of Chino Valley, and third -Kanji Sugita, 12, a Japanese exchange student.

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Chino Valley Review

Old Home Manor could see new life

File photo:Review/Salina Sialega, A sign for the Town's Old Home Manor property sits at the corner of east Perkinsville Road and Jerome Junction.

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Chino Valley Review

Territorial Days seeks parade, craft fair entrants

Shoppers check out the booths at last year's Territorial Days Craft Fair at Memory Park, where the fair will be held again on Aug. 30, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Review file photo Chino Valley Territorial Days still needs groups and businesses to register entries in the parade and vendors for the Craft Fair afterward at Memory Park, both on Aug. 30. The parade ... (more)

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Chino Valley Review

Decorate a Hummer? Police/MATFORCE art contest seeks entries

Chino Valley students in middle school or high school can enter an art contest involving a police Hummer vehicle and win $100 prize.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

The Daily Courier

Flooding prompts city evacuation, numerous road closures throughout county

Yavapai County Sheriff's Office evacuated the River's Edge Trailer Park in Black Canyon City late this morning as the adjacent Agua Fria River is rising nearly eight feet higher than flood stage.

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Mon Aug 18, 2014

The Daily Courier

Police: Texting while driving causes teen to roll pickup truck

The Daily Courier PRESCOTT VALLEY - A 17-year-old boy crashed his pickup truck Sunday afternoon after texting while driving caused him to lose control, a Prescott Valley police spokesman said.

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Sat Aug 16, 2014

Verde Independent

They're Here: Gangs a Yavapai reality, says task force

Nearly three dozen citizens gathered in Cottonwood last week. Many more were part of gatherings in Prescott and two other locations, as a presentation on Yavapai County gangs was televised throughout the county.

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Wed Aug 13, 2014

Chino Valley Review

Candidates, jail tax on PACO's agenda

Paulden residents heard from two state representative candidates and several county employees discussing the proposed jail tax increase during the Paulden Area Community Organization Aug. 7. In addition, PACO announced plans for a candidate forum from 3-6 p.m., Sat., Sept.

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Chino Valley Review

'Equalization' dollars can go to district's pipeline settlement

Review/Salina Sialega Yavapai County Supervisor Craig Brown talks about the proposed jail sales tax increase, along with Yavapai County Sheriff's Office Lt.

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Tue Aug 12, 2014

Chino Valley Review

Worker exodus: Unemployment is down, but where are the jobs?

Clyde Bradshaw poses with his crew in North Dakota. Bradshaw worked as a project supervisor for Prescott Valley-based Asphalt Paving and Supply, but when road construction jobs dried up, he had to relocate to the Roughrider State to support his family.

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The Daily Courier

The cavalry shows up: Help for a veteran

Les Stukenberg/The Daily Courier Harold 'Dave' Davidson a 91-year-old senior talks about how hard it is to get by on Social Security.

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