Brooks spent more than 25 years in retail as an assistant manager for Kmart and Walgreens before she transitioned to education. It was there that Brooks learned “don’t take work home.”
as government shutdown enters fourth week
An American flag sits folded on a counter at the Red Rock Ranger Station Monday waiting for the government shutdown to end so it can fly again.
Garcia-Soto still maintains innocence in Alford Plea
CAMP VERDE – An 11-year-old murder case finally reached its conclusion Tuesday at the Yavapai County Superior Court in Camp Verde. Julio Cesar Garcia-Soto was given a flat sentence of 17 years – with credited 11 years already served for second-degree murder.
COTTONWOOD -- Citizens will finally have the chance to say their piece on plans for a 172-acre manufactured home park near Sedona before the Yavapai County Planning & Zoning Commission on Thursday.
CAMP VERDE -- Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Michael Bluff issued an order Monday to vacate three charges in a drug courier case involving a 2015 Cottonwood traffic stop.
CAMP VERDE -- A Cottonwood woman who was arrested in a Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking-led drug bust entered a not-guilty plea Monday.
CAMP VERDE – With this year’s Spring Heritage Pecan and Wine Festival scheduled for March 16-17, the folks at Camp Verde Promotions are preparing to coordinate their final major event.
Cottonwood may soon hop on the bandwagon of Arizona cities banning texting while driving.
PHOENIX -- Undeterred by last year's defeat, Gov. Doug Ducey said Monday he will make another run at getting lawmakers to approve his school safety plan -- including a controversial provision to allow judges to take weapons away from people considered dangerous.
As District 2 Supervisor for Yavapai County, Tom Thurman views his role as a “public servant with a great sense of gratitude.”
During the winter break, Conn oversaw a special project as parents and students painted murals with positive messages on the bathroom walls at the school’s 600 building.
Tuesday, Jerome Town Council had the first reading of the proposed distracted driving ordinance.
The supervisors will meet Wednesday, Jan. 16, 9 a.m., at the Yavapai County Administrative Services building in Cottonwood, 10 S. 6th St.
Something to howl about: From a kill-list in California, wolf dogs find loving homes in Verde Valley
Echo, a 3-year-old mother wolf dog gives birth to five puppies at a breeders in California. They are among 160 wolf dogs that a judge has ordered put to death.
Julio Cesar Garcia-Soto facing life in prison
An 11-year-old murder case involving an infant’s death in 2008 may finally have closure Tuesday.
Tuesday, the Clarkdale-Jerome School Board elected Jill Zaske as board president and Angelina Smith as board clerk. Zaske also served as board president in 2018.
A citizen who noticed suspicious activity behind Home Depot led to the arrest of three felony suspects Tuesday morning.
A pound of heroin and half pound of meth taken off the Streets and away from three children living at alleged dealer’s home
YCSO embargoed this report until now because of an ongoing investigation with PANT.
Vice Mayor cites husband's health, housing as reason for leaving dais
Cottonwood Vice Mayor Kyla Allen is stepping down from her seat after the next regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 15.
PHOENIX – Sen. Sylvia Allen has released a rough draft of legislation that would keep a consolidated version of the Cottonwood-Oak Creek and Mingus Union school districts connected to – and funded by – the Verde Valley’s voter-approved Joint Technical Education District
COTTONWOOD – Not 20 minutes into Wednesday’s Mingus Union School Board meeting, Chip Currie nominated Lori Drake as the board’s president for 2019.
Cottonwood City Council will choose a project to award federal money during a public meeting Tuesday.
Law enforcement agencies are still seeking more information in an embezzlement case involving the Old Town Association from last spring.
For nine Verde Valley career and technical education students, Monday’s state legislature inauguration at the State Capital was a chance to meet Arizona Gov. Ducey.
CV school board talks funding, for 5th Day’ programs
Dickey said that the Camp Verde School Board members “need to weigh out the costs versus benefits like they do with all programs the district offers.”
- Get ready for Super blood wolf moon
- Davis, Hisrich voted off Camp Verde Planning and Zoning
- Camp Verde prepares eighth Martin Luther King Jr. march
- Cottonwood man gets 12 years for child exploitation
- Letter: Questionable decisions by Camp Verde Town Council
- WATCH: Hundreds turn out for the 2019 Sedona Women's March
- Man sentenced to 17 years in death of infant son
- Flagstaff Family Care expands medical services to Sedona
- County P&Z rejects Rojo Grande after 8-hour meeting
- Mural ‘grows’ on Main Street
- 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?
- BECOMING A REALITY: Camp Verde Parks and Rec celebrates sports complex, return of summer day camp in 2018
- 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
- Mary Newton recognized as emergency number professional