Police ask merchants to exam currency before accepting it
The Cottonwood Police Department has taken several reports of counterfeit $100 and $50 bills this month being passed at local businesses.
PHOENIX -- Juries are entitled to hear from experts who can explain why domestic violence victims often forgive their attackers, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
PHOENIX -- State utility regulators agreed Tuesday to allow APS to collect another $95 million a year from its customers.
PHOENIX -- Gov. Doug Ducey has no interest in removing any Confederate monuments on state land even in the wake of weekend violence after a racist demonstration in Virginia.
From Camp Verde to Sedona, much goes bump in the night
The somewhat sordid history of the Verde Valley isn’t exactly a secret.
ASH FORK – A cooler containing a garbage bag full of marijuana edibles, hash, hash oil and other THC-based products was discovered during a traffic stop Aug. 9 in Ash Fork.
A graduate of the University of California at Irvine with a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminology, Peggy Dickey is a certified substitute, not a certified teacher.
Dr. Dennis Goodwin says that the best way to keep students engaged is to give them choices.
Workers with Tierra Verde Builders and Stapp Drywall have one goal when it comes to the new Vince’s Auto Body location that fronts SR 260 in Camp Verde, but the official address in 1900 N. Moonrise.
Saturday, Aug. 19, the VVPOA will be doing a SR 260 cleanup from milepost 207 to 209.
Monday, August 21 at 9 a.m., join Miss Nadia to learn about solar eclipses and how to safely view this unique event.
A Mesa resident who allegedly used the identity of his deceased brother to collect nearly $300,000 in Social Security benefits has been charged with forgery and fraud schemes thanks to Arizona Department of Transportation detectives’ use of facial recognition training and technology.
Accepts job with former Mingus boss at Saddle Mountain Unified
In a few weeks, Waddle will leave Mingus Union, and he will join Dr. Tighe at Saddle Mountain Unified, a district with schools in Buckeye and Tonopah.
In July, Peterson rode his bicycle 1,445 miles to Pomeroy, Iowa, in 14 days.
CLARKDALE -- Hundreds of property owners in Clarkdale have signed up to have their land cleaned up in the United Verde Soil Program, but first Yavapai County has to approve a plan to permanently store the soil at a location 800 feet from the Verde River near the Lower TAPCO river access parking area.
PHOENIX -- Supporters of universal vouchers filed suit Friday in a bid to keep a referendum on the legislation from ever getting to the ballot.
The annual Sedona Yoga Festival has opened a daily yoga center for the local community.
Crazy Tony’s in the Old Town Market in Cottonwood donated $5,000 to the Old Town Mission.
COTTONWOOD – In southeast Alaska, the community of Game Creek is nestled in the shadow of neighboring Hoonah, a city dwarfed by Juneau, about 30 miles to the east.
Manzanita Outreach, a local non-profit organization, plans to bring its Pop-Up Pantry Program to Verde Valley Manor residents starting in September.
Man accused of pouring alcohol on container of ammunition and setting it on fire
Aug. 4, around 11:45 p.m., Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office deputies were dispatched to the 4100 block of Aztec Road in Rimrock, regarding a subject firing rounds in his backyard.
Mike Newcomb is the recently appointed executive director of Manzanita Outreach, a local non-profit best known locally for its annual Kids Against Hunger meal-packaging event.
The City of Cottonwood recently mailed the 2017 Citizen Satisfaction Survey to residents via their water utility bills.
CAMP VERDE – The Yavapai-Apache Nation Election Board officially released the names of candidates vying for the 3 vacancies that will be vacated on September 16, 2017.
A special election has been called by, and will be held in, Mingus Union High School District No. 4 of Yavapai County, on Nov. 7.
- Arson suspect arrested in Rimrock
- Camp Verde football foe drops varsity team for 2017, Cowboys get bye
- Fiber cut impacts CenturyLink service
- New Camp Verde business Love Yourself, Love Your Health focuses on natural healing
- Camp Verde football deals with low numbers
- 5 haunted dwellings of the Verde Valley
- Could Town of Camp Verde take over lakes at Verde Lakes?
- Body found near Grand Canyon's Black Bridge identified as Texas doctor
- Peggy Dickey talks 5th Day programs at Camp Verde Unified
- Vince’s Auto Body expects to open new SR 260 location in mid-September
- Two Camp Verde residents found dead at home
- Driver dies after SR 260 collision
- Man identified in deadly SR 260 crash
- Accident shuts down SR 260 near Cherry Creek Road
- Camp Verde shows potential for commercial, retail expansion
- Obituary: David Williams
- CCFMA receives 38 calls within 48 hours
- Two taken to hospital after SR 260 crash
- Deployed 4 times to Iraq, Lt. Col. Troy Bucher remembers childhood in Camp Verde, Rimrock
- Verde River ranchers worry about safety in Arizona’s newest state park