Chino Valley Review


P.O. Box 428
1260 S. Highway 89, Suite D
Chino Valley, Arizona 86323
(928) 636-2653
(928) 636-1334 fax

A Prescott Newspapers, Inc. publication.

Prescott Newspapers, Inc. publishes The Daily Courier, as well as The Prescott Valley Tribune, The Chino Valley Review, The Big Bug News and Community Directory phone books.

About The Chino Valley Review

The Chino Valley Review is a weekly publication of Prescott Newspapers, Inc. based in Chino Valley, Arizona. The Chino Valley Review is published every Wednesday, and is a trusted local news source for everything happening in Chino Valley, Paulden and surrounding communities.

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Key Personnel

Operations

Kelly Soldwedel Thornhill
Publisher/CEO,
Prescott Newspapers, Inc.

Editorial

Robin Layton
Editor
 

 

Salina Sialega
Associate Editor
 

Advertising/Sales

Babette Cubitt
Advertising/Graphics Director

Advertising/Sales

Fred Ellison
Advertising Manager

Circulation

David Russell
Circulation Director

Finance

Jessica Walther
Business Manager

Production

Gary Brinkman
PNI Plant Manager

 

Armando Rodarte
Assistant Plant Manager

 

Dru Stewart
Production Manager

 

Shawn Porter
Production Supervisor

About Chino Valley, Arizona

Chino Valley is a community in the scenic high plains of northern Arizona, just under a mile high in elevation, surrounded by hills and mountains in most directions. The ancient Anasazi and Hohokam cultures originally inhabited this area and later the Native American tribes of the Yavapai and Apache. The white man first viewed the area when the Spanish conquistador explorers and their Catholic missionaries visited this part of North America in the 1500s.

First settled in the 1870s after the Prescott mining area was established during the late 1860s, it was first known as Jerome Junction when a small settlement arose where mining rail lines met just east of the present town. By the turn of the century, many homestead families had located here. By the 1920s at least two family owned dairies served Prescott operating from Chino Valley, and much of the area was home to the Hassayampa alfalfa farms which installed many of the areas early roads.

Today, Chino Valley is an incorporated town and home to more than 12,300 residents within the town limits, and thousands more in the surrounding outskirts. Although growing at an ever-increasing rate, residents consider Chino Valley's pristine environment and rural lifestyle the community's most important resource.

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911 hangup leads police to woman in smoldering home

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Chino Valley police officers rescued a woman from a burning home Thursday night before other rescue personnel arrived.

Son's approach to his cancer strengthens his family

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Kerrie Postgate has handled the past three years of her son's battle with cancer the way any mother would - with a determination to beat the disease.

Growth without regret: Mayor hopes to lead jobs to Chino but keep small-town feel

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If Satan sneezed, Chris Marley would probably say, "God bless you!" He's that nice of a guy. Marley is a retired air conditioner mechanic and Baptist minister who answered "the call" to serve - in politics. Marley moved from Prescott to Chino Valley in 2009, and two years later was elected mayor of the town of 10,817. Being mayor of a small town might sound like a relaxing gig, but Marley found he was stepping into a political hellfire.

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