The 2018 nominees for the Professional Women’s Group of Northern Arizona “Making A Difference Award” line up for a photo at the Cottonwood Recreation Center where they held their luncheon Tuesday.
2 already wanted by law enforcement for passing fake bills over weekend
Two suspects sought by local law enforcement for passing counterfeit bills in the area have been arrested along with a third suspect at Costco in Prescott.
Verde Valley Newspapers wants to share with readers the stories of local residents’ service in the U.S. military in a special section that will be published in November in observance of Veterans Day.
This will be the event’s 44th year. All proceeds benefit the Jerome Fire Department Auxiliary, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit supporting the Jerome Fire Department.
The City of Cottonwood’s half-percent sales tax increase goes into effect Nov. 1.
For many people, this year’s Fort Verde Days was all washed up.
Corey Rowley’s first order of business as Camp Verde’s new marshal was a formality, both literally and figuratively.
For Russ Martin, it feels “very good” to have Corey Rowley in place as the Town of Camp Verde’s new marshal.
A Prescott Valley man’s alleged attempt to prank a cleaning service and aggravate his ex-wife at the same time resulted in him being arrested after police were called to investigate the matter.
Friends of the Verde River is excited to join with the South Yuba River Citizen’s League to bring the Wild & Scenic Film Festival to Northern Arizona in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act of 1968.
Not run ‘by what strangers think’
The self-described “lively senior” is active in her church as well as organizations like Sedona Women.
Report cards issued for Verde Valley schools
A year ago, Camp Verde Middle School earned a D in the Arizona State Board of Education’s annual A-to-F Accountability System.
Monday, Oct. 1, the day most property owners in the county received their tax notices in the mail, the Yavapai County Treasurer’s Office started filling up with people, checkbooks in hand.
More water for the Verde River
The Nature Conservancy, with funding from Intel, is laying pipe to replace the earthen ditch that diverts creek water to nearby farm fields. A pipe will save the water that’s now seeping into the ground. The saved water can remain in the creek and make its way to the Verde River.
More than 100 people arrived at the council chambers to meet the newly installed council members, Nancy Guzman, Henry Smith and Amanda Honwytewa on October 4, in the Yavapai-Apache Nation.
In an effort to alleviate traffic concerns and higher travel demands, Yavapai County is considering a project that would add a new north-south route to connect Cornville Road to State Route 260.
Cottonwood Police have canceled it National Night Out event scheduled for tomorrow night due to weather.
October’s First Friday at Gallery of Modern Masters will feature ‘Stone Creations’ by Marlys Mallet & Michael Redhawk; both are very experienced, successful Sedona artists.
Tuesday, the Mingus Union School Board voted 4-to-0 to accept the Mingus Union/Cottonwood-Oak Creek Consolidation petition checklist as to substance and form as authored by Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter.
Thursday, the League of Women Voters Greater Verde Valley Chapter helped make that decision a little easier for the community’s voters - both active and otherwise.
The National Weather Service has put out a flash flood watch in portions of Northern Arizona, including Yavapai County.
Graffiti-response team saves historic artwork
The Friends of the Forest graffiti-response team likes to strike fast. So when someone defaced an archaeological site in Sedona last weekend with large, black letters spewing vulgarity, the crew was on the site by Thursday morning.
Rumors of young girls being followed by potential human traffickers have been circulating social media sites in the last few weeks.
Jane Russell-Winiecki says Joel England ‘one of the best judges we’ve had’
After a 21-year military career that began in 1996, England retired and settled back in Arizona, in the Buckeye area, and began to consider his professional options moving forward.
Anyone ages 18 and older welcome to join
There’s lots going on at the Beaver Creek Adult Center, says Diane Daniel, one of the program’s seven board members.
- Judge calls Yavapai-Apache Nation home
- Election: Baker, German questioned on Cornfest, taxes, rodeo during Camp Verde mayoral forum
- Taggers vandalize historic site (with video)
- WAS JUSTICE SERVED? Sabrina Champ says judge let Seth Collins off easy in SR 260 accident
- Local agencies address trafficking rumors
- Heads up! Ban on using handheld cellphones while driving begins Nov. 2
- What people are saying about Verde Connect project
- Shayna Hawkins named 2018 Colonel’s Daughter
- Head-on collision in Cornville sends 1 to hospital
- Seatbelts save lives in two-vehicle accident
- Your cell phone is not worth another person’s life
- Commentary: Local taxpayers should not be stuck with bill for Camp Verde rodeo arena
- Judge calls Yavapai-Apache Nation home
- Yavapai-Apache Nation to celebrate Native American week
- Plane crashes into Cottonwood residence
- Martin names 2 finalists to become next CV marshal
- Obituary: Pearl Bingaman 1927-2018
- Camp Verde man wrestles with black bear near Patagonia
- Getting to know new Camp Verde Marshal Corey Rowley
- Corey Rowley agrees to become next Camp Verde town marshal