On the last day of 2018, Camp Verde had a rare 4-inch snowfall.
Fort Verde really does the holiday up right.
A full moon coming up is almost always picture-worthy, but this one had an extra ... twist.
Whereas much of the Verde Valley wears its cloak of gray-green until midwinter, there is a hidden treasure in Oak Creek Canyon
Living in Arizona is tough; tough for people, tough for animals, tough for plants.
On a recent visit to the Canyon, I was lucky enough to see a storm develop over the inner gorge.
A Phainopepla is sometimes called a black cardinal--perhaps a cardinal's evil twin.
On a recent trip to Alaska, my family and I were treated to a rare sight of Denali, The Great One, free of its pervasive cloud cover
You know the summer is starting to wind down when you see Rufus hummingbirds at your feeder.
Mammatus clouds, named for their similarity to the female anatomy, are generally a sign of unsettled weather.
One thing the monsoon does for us is bring us clouds; glorious, rain-swollen clouds.
Spring is the time for color, and in Arizona, that color is more often than not yellow.
With the days warming rapidly (too rapidly!), we see more and more creatures out and about, taking advantage of the spring bounty
May is the time for cactus, normally so bland, so ordinary, to explode into magnificence.
Slot canyons are a distinctly Southwestern phenomena (although they do occur in other places around the world).
Cactus are the most remarkable of plants.
The vultures are back. Every spring we see them drifting lazily through our skies, wagging their wings on the breezes.
We've trained our dog to not grab at food, but to wait (sometimes patiently, sometimes not) for the "okay" signal before taking it.
Wood ducks are not normally known to include Arizona in their range, but then wood ducks don't read, either.
We've had a lot of Super Moons lately, it seems, and the moon just lends itself to dreamy, peaceful photography.
Jerome is a town of ghosts.
At first this may look like an abstract painting, just shapes and colors.
We are lucky here in Arizona to have such fabulous sunrises and sunsets.
Water assumes many characteristics. It can be glassy smooth, frothing with foam, swirling around rocks, bending images to its twists and turns.
Sometimes the sun, the clouds, the time of day and the angles all line up together to create ephemeral beauty in the sky.
- Camp Verde prepares eighth Martin Luther King Jr. march
- Get ready for Super blood wolf moon
- Davis, Hisrich voted off Camp Verde Planning and Zoning
- CCFMD saves stranded driver from Verde River
- Letter: Questionable decisions by Camp Verde Town Council
- WATCH: Hundreds turn out for the 2019 Sedona Women's March
- Cottonwood man gets 12 years for child exploitation
- Mural ‘grows’ on Main Street
- Man sentenced to 17 years in death of infant son
- Flagstaff Family Care expands medical services to Sedona
- Guzman arrested for aggravated assault; accused of stabbing woman
- Camp Verde Marshal investigating Out of Africa wallet theft
- Partial government shutdown: What parks are still open in Arizona?
- Camp Verde ‘encourages development’ in coming year
- Citizen helps in arrest of three felons
- Construction industry ‘begging’ for workers
- Clarkdale police report vehicle rolls into Verde River
- Former Camp Verdean takes on ‘Titan’ challenge
- BECOMING A REALITY: Camp Verde Parks and Rec celebrates sports complex, return of summer day camp in 2018
- Mary Newton recognized as emergency number professional