Kelcie Grega

Associate Editor

Kelcie Grega is the Associate Editor of the Verde Independent, Camp Verde Bugle and Kudos entertainment guide.

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‘He Walks His Talk’ -- Sedona man continues journey to raise money for pet-friendly shelter

This time last year, Michael Capozzoli was getting ready to walk across America.

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CFMD: Authorities contain apartment fire

Authorities responded to a fire at the Kirk Apartments on North 16th Street and Gila in Cottonwood Monday just before 5 p.m.

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Police searching for suspect in Cottonwood music store burglary

Cottonwood police are searching for a suspect wanted for burglarizing Verde Valley Discount Music Store over the weekend.

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Cottonwood waives water capacity fees on Mesquite Hills project

COTTONWOOD – Cottonwood City Council waived water capacity fees for the Mesquite Hills Subdivision during Tuesday’s regular council meeting.

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Cottonwood approves outdoor entertainment ordinance

COTTONWOOD – Music lovers and venue owners can rejoice.

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Cottonwood hears landscaping ordinance

Cottonwood City Council looked at an ordinance Tuesday that would waive required front and backyard setbacks in Old Town.

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Jerome to fill vacant boards

JEROME -- Jerome Town Council may fill vacancies on some of the town’s boards during next Tuesday’s regular meeting.

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Clarkdale to have study session with planning commission

CLARKDALE -- Clarkdale Town Council will have a joint work session with the Planning Commission to go over priorities and pending issues next Tuesday during a regular meeting.

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Cottonwood considers ordinance to prohibit business sign banners

COTTONWOOD -- Tuesday, Cottonwood City Council reviewed an ordinance that would prohibit both temporary and permanent sign banners.

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Chabad hosts menorah lighting, festival of lights at Tlaquepaque

Chabad of Sedona hosted a menorah lighting event to commemorate the first night of Hanukkah Sunday at the Tlaquepaque in Sedona. Friday marks the sixth night.

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