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It’s recruiting time for the Verde Valley’s Boy Scouts and the Cub Scouts.
Mayor Frank Vander Horst and Town Manager Candace Gallagher met with Verizon Wireless about the company’s plans to install small cell sites in Jerome. State law requires that the town allow the sites to be installed.
Thunder Valley Rally is less than one month away, and the TVR committee is busy putting the final touches on the annual motorcycle rally.
Lanny Sean Cramp, of Cottonwood, appeared in custody Monday at Yavapai County Superior Court before Judge Michael R. Bluff for a possible change of plea.
Monday, Cher Ann Loken appeared in Yavapai County Superior Court in custody before Judge Michael R. Bluff in Camp Verde.
Levi Phillips, 34, of Cottonwood, appeared in court before Judge Michael R. Bluff at Yavapai Superior Court in Camp Verde for his case’s first management conference Monday. Phillips is currently held on a $40,000 bond.
Charles Ray’shon Buffington, of Prescott, appeared in custody at Yavapai County Superior Court in Camp Verde before Judge Michael R. Bluff for a pretrial conference Monday.
Arizona Rep. Tom O’Halleran said Monday that his donation of 11 books to the Camp Verde Community Library was the beginning of what will be “more and more” donations to rural libraries.
Area agencies are warning the public about counterfeit money that has been circulating throughout the county.
A young lad of 10 in Montreal is when James H. Keyworth first became what he calls an “amateur astronomer.”
A large male mountain lion was spotted in a Camp Verde neighborhood recently.
COTTONWOOD - Sunday at about 7 p.m., Cottonwood police responded to a head-on crash in the 600 block of South Main Street in an incident police suspect is the result of an opioid overdose by one of the drivers.
FLAGSTAFF -- Two Cottonwood residents died following a single-vehicle accident near Christmas Tree Estates in Flagstaff.
August 18, 12:15 p.m., the Verde Valley Fire District responded to a two-vehicle accident on 89A and mile post 361.
Arizona Rep. Tom O’Halleran to drop off books, discuss special Library of Congress program
Each year, Washington D.C.’s Library of Congress receives multiple copies of all published books.
Viewing parties planned for unique event
Solar viewings held by the Astronomers of the Verde Valley allow those curious enough to see the sun in all its blazing glory, even on a hot summer day.
Superintendent: Tech ed partnership likely discussed in September
The highlight to Tuesday’s meeting of the Mingus Union High School District governing board is not an item on the agenda – but an item conspicuously left off the agenda.
For the first time in their lives, Wing and Laurie -- they keep it simple, no last names -- the leaders of the Sedona Area Homeless Alliance, find themselves homeless.
Permit, design review requests go before P&Z Commission Monday
Monday, the Cottonwood Planning and Zoning Commission will consider the conditional use permit and design review requested by the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church to allow the construction of a new senior housing complex, a rectory for priests, a new social hall, and new parish offices.
The Cottonwood Fire Department and the Verde Valley Fire District coordinated Friday to host a car-seat safety check at the Cottonwood fire house where motorists could bring in their vehicles and have their car seats checked.
During the Aug. 8 Jerome Council Meeting, resolution to the abandoned vehicles and dilapidated buildings of Jerome has been tabled until the scheduled September Town of Jerome Council meeting.
The Jerome Fire Department has a history of tackling wildfires such as the Boundary Fire in Kaibab National Forest in June, but now the evidence is official.
CAMP VERDE – Francis Claude Klettke, who is charged with first-degree murder, appeared in court before Judge Michael R. Bluff at Yavapai Superior Court. Klettke, 22, is also facing felony charges for abandonment/concealment of a dead body and theft of a means of transportation. He is held on a $200,000 bond.
CAMP VERDE – Michael James Anderson, owner of Bootleggers Beer Club in Cottonwood, appeared before Judge Michael R. Bluff out of custody at Yavapai Superior Court Monday. Anderson is charged with two felony counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon stemming from an arrest in May.
- 4 killed, 1 injured in I-17 crash
- Monday's Total Solar Eclipse
- Two Cottonwood residents killed in car crash in Flagstaff
- Driver suspected of opioid overdose arrested following head-on crash in Cottonwood
- Camp Verde football rolls in scrimmage
- Counterfeit money circulating in Verde Valley
- Vince’s Auto Body expects to open new SR 260 location in mid-September
- Two-vehicle crash on 89A between Cottonwood and Sedona
- 5 haunted dwellings of the Verde Valley
- YCSO K9 deputy locates 40 pounds of pot inside motorhome
- Two Camp Verde residents found dead at home
- Driver dies after SR 260 collision
- 4 killed, 1 injured in I-17 crash
- Man identified in deadly SR 260 crash
- Accident shuts down SR 260 near Cherry Creek Road
- Obituary: David Williams
- Camp Verde shows potential for commercial, retail expansion
- 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