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Heavy snow in forecast throughout Verde Valley, Sedona

Snow showers are likely to begin after 11 p.m. Wednesday. The heaviest snow will fall midday Thursday until midday Friday in elevations as low as 3,000 to 4,000 feet. Snow showers will gradually diminish Friday afternoon into Saturday, according to NWS.

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County to review IGA to enhance law enforcement along the US-Mexico border

The purpose of the agreement is to enhance law enforcement services concerning criminal activity related to the U.S. - Mexico border. The agreement would assign deputies to the Border Strike Force Bureau Canine team.

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Yavapai Silent Witness seeks public’s help in locating Daniel Sanchez Martinez

Yavapai Silent Witness is offering a $500 cash reward for information leading to the arrest of Daniel Sanchez Martinez.

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Our Shepherd Lutheran Church presents concert by Stephen Bautista

Stephen Bautista is coming to Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Cornville. He will be presenting a free evening concert on Saturday, Feb. 23, 6 p.m. as well as a musical worship service on Sunday at 9 a.m.

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Winter weather advisory continues until tonight

More snow forecast later this week

A winter weather advisory remains in effect in the Verde Valley until 11 p.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

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Flood forces breach of 105-year-old Clarkdale dam (with video)

CLARKDALE -- The collapse of the 105-year-old metal dam in Clarkdale on the Verde River may be an opportunity to get rid of the obstruction and return the river back to its original eco-system.

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LISTEN: What you need to know about Cottonwood's new distracted driving ordinance

Police Chief Steve Gesell talks enforcement, state culture change

COTTONWOOD -- As state lawmakers push legislation to curb distracted driving, Arizona cities and towns are taking the lead on the issue. Most recently, Cottonwood and Jerome.

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Should Bible studies be part of public school curriculum?

Issue being studied for Camp Verde schools; request also sent to Mingus Union

CAMP VERDE – In January, Cottonwood residents Barry Jones and Tony Isola asked the Camp Verde School Board to “teach the Bible for credit.”

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New homeless center opens in Sedona

SEDONA -- The Sedona Area Homeless Alliance new homeless resource center in Sedona has opened on a “Wing” and a “prayer.”

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Site Steward program seeks volunteers

Archaeology Center regional coordinator for Sedona/Verde Valley sites

CAMP VERDE – After a lifetime in Southern California, Tom Burris moved to the Verde Valley in 2013.

Gallery: Jerome welcomes new council members

Jerome swore in incumbent Alex Barber and three new council members Tuesday during a regular ...

Gallery: Thunder Valley Rally closes Cottonwood with a bang Saturday

The festival hosted a myriad of entertainment, vendors, food and drink for motorcycle enthusiasts from ...

Gallery: Verde Valley gets healthy dose of monsoons

According to the National Weather Service, most of the year low-level winds in the region ...

This week in photos: Night skies, fires and state championships

Check out this week in photos by VNI staff.

2017 Camp Verde High School Graduation

Thursday, Camp Verde High School’s Class of 2017 graduated on the Sam Hammerstrom football field, ...