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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LISTEN; What you need to know about distracted driving ordinance

Police Chief Steve Gesell talks enforcement, state culture change

COTTONWOOD -- As state lawmakers push legislation to curb distracted driving, Arizona cities and towns are taking the lead on the issue. Most recently, Cottonwood and Jerome.

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Shoutouts: Cottonwood selected as destination for antiquing, underrated town

Cottonwood has been selected as one of the best antiquing towns in the country in by

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City to hold first hearing on food truck ordinance

COTTONWOOD -- Cottonwood City Council will have its first public hearing Tuesday on a more relaxed ordinance for food truck vendors.

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Cottonwood to discuss adjusting fees for fire, safety, medical

COTTONWOOD -- Tuesday, Cottonwood City Council will consider a Notice of Intent to adjust fees for the city’s building and safety; and Fire and Medical Departments.

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NWS: Winter storm warning until Monday night

Up to nine inches of snow forecast in Sedona

The National Weather Service reports snow showers this weekend all the way into next week.

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Cottonwood City Council deadlocked on new city hall

COTTONWOOD -- The proverbial can of a new city hall for Cottonwood has once again been kicked down the road.

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Jerome passes accessory building ordinance

Ordinance 446 amends the definition of an “accessory building” as being a building or structure that is “visually” subordinate to the main building. The proposed amendment adds that an accessory building “shall not be used for human habitation.”

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Floods on Verde, Oak Creek, Beaver Creek expected to peak into Friday

Most severe flooding forecast in Camp Verde

Floods along the Verde River and Oak Creek are forecasted to peak into Friday, rising above levels from earlier this month.

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Forecasts show more flooding along Oak Creek this week

Water levels are expected to rise around 11 feet on Oak Creek, according to NWS. These levels are analogous to the flooding levels on Feb. 2 and 3, according to Brian Klimowski, meteorologist with the National Weather Service

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LISTEN: Buyer Beware -- You may own the land, but do you also own the water?

Linda Buchanan bought her first piece of property in Camp Verde in 1981. She was young and the area was new to her. She didn’t know what she didn’t know.

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