May is the time for cactus, normally so bland, so ordinary, to explode into magnificence.
Because of the length of the North Wilson Mountain Trail, you will need to bring a camelback or a couple bottles of water, walking sticks and snacks for when you reach the top
Back when she was in the sixth grade, Katherine Forbes decided that she was going to move to Arizona one day, attend Northern Arizona University, and become a teacher.
New to running their own business, David and Desirea Nichols have opened Nichols Mechanical thanks to the help from the City of Cottonwood’s Small Business Development Counseling Services.
After the end of the Spanish-American War soldiers at Montauk Point, New York, sent letters home to Yavapai County.
The Old Town Frame Co. has moved out of its storefront in Old Town Cottonwood to a much roomier space at 107 S. Candy Lane.
Sedona Westerners visit the Purtymun Homestead.
Kesslers hope to make Judaism more accessible in community
SEDONA -- For Rabbi Mendel Kessler and his wife, Fraydee, Sedona was always on the radar.
For Deborah Allen, the fourth time is the charm.
Bear Mountain Trail in Sedona is a favorite among Verde Valley hiking enthusiasts.
The Cottonwood Community Band will give its last concert of the spring season Sunday, May 20th 3-4 p.m., at the Cottonwood Recreation Center, 150 S. 6th Street.
Jeff Scroggins the Science Guy may not have the requisite ring to it.
It was kind of a different day and rather relaxed … friend over for a short visit early afternoon, a trip to the outside world with One and then a little road trip, destination unknown … when I got there I was in the Sedona Community Cemetery and took a trip through looking for some friends sites.
Slot canyons are a distinctly Southwestern phenomena (although they do occur in other places around the world).
"Operation Mainstream" provided the whole community with a recreation area.
COTTONWOOD -- Lois Malafa has opened Lois’ Blueprints LLC in Cottonwood and she says likes her location.
The new building at the United Verde Copper Company smelter houses the concentration plant.
Things to look forward to at the Verde Valley Wine festival by the numbers.
Sandy Behlow says it was “early in life” that she realized she wanted to become a teacher.
There are two popular stories on how Apache Maid Trail got its name. Both involve troops from Camp Verde. Of course, both involve an Apache female.
The first fair was at the Cottonwood park with exhibits in the Cottonwood Community Club House.
Cactus are the most remarkable of plants.
Multiple times a year, I participate in long-distance endurance races.
Calliandra Brooks says that as a third-grade teacher at Camp Verde Elementary School, she encourages her students “to build a growth mindset which allows them to take risks and work as hard as possible.” VVN/Bill Helm
The old organization was dissolved then the new organization was formed on Tuesday, April 15, 1924.
- Sedona Recycles to remove bins in Camp Verde June 1
- Camp Verde High School graduates receive more awards, scholarships than previous year
- Commentary: Verde Valley baseball coaches shockingly lose coach of the year awards
- Man arrested for burglary after arriving to update sex offender registration
- Sedona Recycles to shut down Verde Valley service in June
- Camp Verde’s Decker signs with Loras College in Iowa
- Sedona investigation results in felony indictment against couple charge in sexual abuse of 7-year-old girl
- Martin hopes to select new police chief before Memorial Day
- Traffic passable, but delayed, following two-car crash on AZ 260 and Fir in Cottonwood
- One person seriously injured in Perkinsville Road rollover
- Commercial fire in Camp Verde; evacuations ordered in Tinder Fire
- Local wrestling coach sought for alleged sex crime
- Camp Verde schools to walk out Thursday, return to class on Monday
- Possible ‘changes to format’ of Fort Verde Days
- Crews respond to collision on 1-17
- 4 homes reportedly on fire in blaze near Prescott Valley
- Danny Howe changes Camp Verde Unified School District’s leadership
- School closures to continue as educators demand more funding
- Second suspect arrested in Cornville counterfeit money operation
- Sheriff’s office seeking to identify human remains found near Verde River