Three council member seats will be up for election in 2018
Candidate packets are available now
Candidate packets are available now
P&Z to also elect chair, discuss new Circle K sign, wireless facilities
Plans for an animal therapy sanctuary could get approval Monday at Cottonwood’s Planning and Zoning Commission meeting.
“I’ll be one of the biggest cheerleaders you could have,” said newly appointed Cottonwood Vice Mayor Kyla Allen to Mayor Tim Elinski after he explained why he gave a no vote to her appointment.
Reflecting back, looking forward
Yavapai County Supervisor Chairman Thomas Thurman shared five takeaways from 2017.
Katherine Woods gives us a glimpse into her life as an Old Town Cottonwood bar owner
Katherine Woods, owner of Kactus Kate’s Saloon in Old Town Cottonwood, sat down with us and gave us a glimpse into her life.
The Cottonwood City Council Tuesday unanimously approved the proposed Request for Proposals (RFP) for an Airport Tenant/Service Provider.
The intent of the policy is to provide an application process for perspective users so that the use of the city logo is controlled and to provide some return on the investment that the city has made in the logo.
COTTONWOOD – A community Christmas meal will be served at the Old Town Mission on Friday from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.
COTTONWOOD – Monday, the Cottonwood Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved an outdoor merchandise display at an existing retail bicycle shop.
Thursday in Tucson, federal agents with the U.S. Marshal’s Service apprehended an at-large suspect who allegedly stabbed a man multiple times in the State Route 260 and East Thousand Trails Road area Dec. 8.
The Cottonwood Planning and Zoning Commission will meet Monday to discuss an outdoor merchandise display at an existing retail bicycle shop.
City Council meets Tuesday at 6 p.m. at their Chambers Building located 826 N. Main St. in Cottonwood. For agenda and minutes, visit http://cottonwoodaz.gov/129/Agendas-Minutes.
No rain in Verde Valley for more than 90 days, Flagstaff still waits for first snow
VERDE VALLEY – It’s been a warm and dry fall this year.
If you still have last minute gifts to buy, consider supporting local businesses instead of buying online or traveling to a mall.
Dec. 5, Council approved a resolution that requests the federal government to fund Northern Arizona Council of Governments (NACOG) and the many programs they offer to cities and towns.
One Love Pet Spa welcomes dogs of all breeds and sizes.
Warrant with $100K cash-only bond issued for Benjamin Pita
Police are still searching for the suspect who allegedly stabbed a man multiple times in the State Route 260 and East Thousand Trails Road area Friday evening.
City Council is moving forward with annexing portions of 13 properties which currently straddle the City/County boundary in Verde Village Unit 8.
Hezekiah Allen, Parks and Recreation services supervisor, presented a statistical analysis of the rally before Cottonwood City Council Tuesday night. The review detailed how the bottom-line numbers of TVR have improved each year.
Holiday Happenings Dec. 8-9
Law enforcement agencies partner again for program
Each year, Verde Valley law enforcement agencies partner to make Christmas a little brighter for a select few of lower income children. Last year, 40 police officers took 30 children, ages 7-12, to Wal-Mart where each child was able to spend $150 each.
Last year it was ugly.
Cottonwood City Council November Roundup
Northern Arizona Hospice held a retirement party Monday at Red Rooster for Rosemary Schmid, who has volunteered at the agency for 33 years.
TVR Committee to present analysis of event to City Council
COTTONWOOD – The Thunder Valley Rally Committee is expected to make a presentation before the Cottonwood City Council Dec. 5 to review the statistical analysis of this year’s event.
A dozen things to do in the Verde Valley full of holiday cheer
About: Tree-lighting, refreshments, entertainment, and visits with Santa.
This year’s theme is “Magical Christmas.” Watch for floats, horses, Santa, dancers, Girl Scouts, military, tractors, drum line, antique cars, and more. About 1,000 people are expected to walk or ride in the parade, which is about 2.25-miles long. The Grand Marshall is the Rotary Club of the Verde Valley.
VIP Wine & Chocolate Pairing event set for night before
It’s that magical time of the year.
Seven area stores offering Black Friday deals
The 14th annual Flying High Turkey Drive will be collecting donations on Monday, Nov. 20 at Fry’s Food and Drug, located 1100 SR 260 in Cottonwood from noon to 6 p.m.
COTTONWOOD – Merkin Vineyards Tasting Room & Osteria is looking to extend the existing railing and adding a new shade structure for the patio.
Cottonwood City Council went into executive session Tuesday night to discuss the prospect of purchasing a new city hall building.
An entertainment district must be at least 1/8 mile wide (660 feet) and no more than 1 mile square mile in area. It must have a collection of entertainment/tourism uses, such as restaurants, bars, galleries, and museums. Only one such area is allowed for a city the size of Cottonwood.
COTTONWOOD – “What this house means to me and Jamie - a second chance. For Jamie and I to have a safe home to live in and come to every night. Where some individuals don’t have that,” expressed Rachel Hernandez during an emotional speech Monday morning.
Use Tax is a tax on tangible personal property which is purchased or leased for storage or use in the city on which tax was not paid at the time of purchase or rental.
Remember this cute face?
Cottonwood Police Officer Matthew Watson just returned home from his fourth deployment.
A man died Wednesday afternoon after being struck by a diesel tanker truck exiting Interstate 17 in Camp Verde.
The 33rd annual Verde Valley Toy Run, sponsored by the Moose Lodge, is set for Saturday, Nov. 11 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
COTTONWOOD – Here’s what you can look forward to at this year’s ‘Walkin’ on Main’ event in Old Town Cottonwood on Nov. 11 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Police department implements assessment to determine risk level
COTTONWOOD – October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. Though the month has come and gone, Cottonwood’s risk assessment program is in full force.
The Verde Valley Toy Run, sponsored by the Moose Lodge, is set for Saturday, Nov. 11 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Historian Glenda Farley provides intriguing information
Every historic home and building in the Verde Valley has a story.
One Love Pet Spa, LLC, offers grooming for dogs of all sizes and breeds.
Event features wine tasting, car show, art exhibits, live music
‘Walkin’ on Main’ returns to Old Town Nov. 11
Second accident near Sedona exit involved '7-8 vehicles'
Two different collisions on I-17 near the SR 179 Sedona exit resulted in numerous injuries and brought traffic to a standstill Monday afternoon.
Extent of injuries unknown
Two different collisions on I-17 near the SR 179 Sedona exit have traffic at a standstill.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is reminding area residents to be aware that Halloween pumpkins and other fall decorations can attract wildlife when displayed outdoors.