Over the next few months, the founder of the ‘forever’ art movement called Collaborative Art WORKS will discuss and demonstrate her techniques at the Verde Valley’s public libraries.
Metered pay parking takes effect on Main Street, SR89A, in Uptown Sedona beginning June 28. The parking program was developed as a partnership between the city and Uptown merchants to help manage traffic flow and parking demand, and revenues will be reinvested in the Uptown area.
The Verde Valley is expected to approach or even exceed 108 degrees this weekend and into next week, according to an advisory from Yavapai County Community Health Services.
Christian Pearson, the 10-year-old boy whom police found not breathing, with burns and bruises covering his body last week, was taken off life support and died Sunday night, June 11, about 10:30 p.m., said Lt. Vince Schaan of the Chino Valley Police Department.
A Chino Valley couple was charged with the attempted murder of a 10-year-old boy Thursday, June 8, after he was found not breathing, with burns on his body, and bruises, said Lt. Vince Schaan, Chino Valley Police spokesman.
May 31, at about 11:30 p.m., a Yavapai County sheriff’s deputy was driving north on I-17 near Highway 169 when he saw a pickup truck in front of him exceeding the speed limit. The truck also weaved over the fog line at least twice.
June 4, David McAtee will officially transition from his position as the Public Information Officer (PIO) for the Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) and the Community Health Center of Yavapai (CHCY) to the newly created PIO position for the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors.
Prohibitions and exemptions: What cannot be done during Stage 1 fire restrictions, and the list of exemptions
VERDE VALLEY – Thanks to the U.S. Forest Service, the following is a list of Stage 1 Fire Restrictions, as well as exemptions. According to Red Rock Ranger District Ranger Nicole Branton, the “lack of moisture and rising temperatures are increasing the potential for wildfire in these lower elevations.”
Due to conditions both dry and windy, the Prescott and Coconino national forests have announced that they will implement Stage 1 fire restrictions effective 8 a.m. June 1.
After a wet winter and mild spring, Arizona has seen an increase in many wildlife populations.
Drivers heading north on Interstate 17 should expect delays due to heavy holiday traffic and the lingering backup from a vehicle fire that temporarily closed the roadway near Sunset Point Rest Area, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
YAVAPAI COUNTY – The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating missing person Keely Culver.
Interstate shut down for hours near Black Canyon City
Troopers responded to a multiple vehicle collision which blocked southbound I-17 for several hours on Sunday evening, according to a news release from the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
County supes review requests for new grader, personnel
This past 2016-17 fiscal year was a tough one for county roads, Public Works Director Byron Jaspers told the county board of supervisors during budget talks April 26.
The body of Lianna Lefler, 18, was located Friday, May 12, at approximately noon by personnel who were surveying the area for the new connector road on top of Glassford Hill, Prescott Valley Police reported.
Prescott Valley Police are asking the community for help in locating a missing teen.
Tanner Dodt, the three time Yavapai County spelling bee champion, won second place at the 2017 Arizona State Spelling Bee that took place on March 25, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona and hosted by the Arizona Education Foundation. The event took place at the Arizona PBS Studios.
From the Heart Music and Dance presents the 2017 Spring Dance Performance “Wish to Dance” Saturday May 20th at 2 pm and Sunday May 21th at 3 pm at the Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts, 410 Camp Lincoln Road, Camp Verde, AZ 86322.
More people in Yavapai County are dying than babies being born, and the trend will continue for at least another 23 years until it reaches its peak in 2040.
PHOENIX – Like a lot of Arizona these days, the hillsides along SR 87 south of Payson look mighty green after a wet winter, said Arizona Department of Transportation.
Officials hear from 6-8 depts each day through Thursday
In the first of four days of Fiscal Year 2017-18 budget talks, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors looked at five departments and its own budget, heard from department directors and gave direction to the county administrator.
Suspect in custody on $50K bond
Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested a 63-year-old taxi driver after a woman reported that he sexually assaulted her while driving her home.
Board considering putting money aside for institutional scholarships
Despite Arizona’s minimum wage hike and cuts in state funding for community colleges, Yavapai College’s budget is looking pretty stable. This is partly why the college is considering putting more money in the pockets of students who need it most.
Tuesday, 41-year-old Keith Eugene Griffin, of Flagstaff, was sentenced to 51 years in the Arizona Department of Corrections, and consecutive lifetime probation, by the Honorable Michael R. Bluff of the Yavapai County Superior Court.
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the whereabouts of 29-year-old warrant suspect James Cody Scott from Cordes Lakes.
- Emergency crews fight fires in Lake Montezuma
- Crash halts traffic on I-17
- Extending Homestead Parkway
- Former PVPD officer arrested in child sex sting
- Good Samaritan aids in arrest of fleeing suspect
- Robb Williams to leave Verde Valley
- Scorching heat beats record temps in Verde Valley
- ‘Affordable and sustainable housing’
- Camp Verde one step closer to strategic plan for local schools
- Camp Verde seeks loan for new community park
- Camp Verde alum Collins becomes pro baseball player
- Camp Verde mom goes to head of her class
- Emergency crews fight fires in Lake Montezuma
- PANT serves search warrant in Cornville; 3 arrested, drugs seized
- Obituary: Luke Joshua Miller 1985-2016
- Camp Verde High School graduates its senior class Thursday (with video)
- 10-year-old victim of alleged child abuse dies
- Traffic circle at SR 260 and Industrial/Goswick to be finished in early June
- K9 search leads to large meth, cocaine bust
- Long backup on I-17 northbound out of the Valley after vehicle fire