Social Studies teacher, boys basketball coach Mingus Union High School, Cottonwood
COTTONWOOD – If Dave Beery was to change careers, he’d probably endeavor to become a chef.
Brevity packs a lot of power.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, Oct. 6t. This is the day the Clarkdale Downtown Business Alliance along with The Clarkdale Foundation and The Town of Clarkdale bring you our biggest and best party of the year. Join us from 1-9 pm for our fifth annual Clarktoberfest on Main Street in Historic Downtown Clarkdale.
You know the summer is starting to wind down when you see Rufus hummingbirds at your feeder.
‘Fresh tastes better, the flavors are wonderful’
CAMP VERDE – When John Teah opened J.T. Bistro two years ago, his plan was to open five restaurants in seven years.
Almost 20 years in education, Alvena Meyer is now in her second year at Camp Verde’s United Christian School.
I captured a series of shots of the Blue Heron that I sent out last night and this shot is the next in the series, taken approximately .14 seconds after the shot from last night … you can see where he has lifted off with the mighty force of the push from the legs and the forward and downward beat of the wings.
Nancy Griggsby, the owner of Central Barber Shop located in the Food City Plaza, is celebrating the business’ 40th anniversary in Cottonwood this month.
When stressed or bored, we oftentimes reach out to so-called “comfort foods”. What are they? In three words, they are “SUGAR – FATS - ALCOHOL”, which leaves us tired, sluggish and sleepy. The more sluggish we feel, the more depressed about our bodies we are. We become disappointed in letting the stress get the best out of us and us get the worst out of the fridge.
End of day on the Colorado Plateau on January 8th , 2017 … I took this shot on a very high wind day about 20 minutes before sunset and the conditions were phenomenal by anyone’s standards.
Passport to success for Macy Ahlers: 22-year-old embarks on journey as English teacher at Mingus Union
COTTONWOOD – Macy Ahlers isn’t too much older than the students she now teaches.
As principal at Cottonwood’s American Heritage Academy campus, Eric Evans says he could place Laurie Sudol “anywhere in K-6 and she would shine.”
August 15th: Linda Brannock, Career Coach at Yavapai College will discuss what information you should include in a successful resume and what you probably leave out and why. She will also discuss resume formats.
Mammatus clouds, named for their similarity to the female anatomy, are generally a sign of unsettled weather.
Poet, Hopi weaver visit Montezuma Castle, Tuzigoot national parks
VERDE VALLEY – Earlier this year at Petrified Forest National Park, the man they call “Monk” wrote poetry about people, mostly about the rangers and other park staff.
Kindergarten teacher American Heritage Academy Camp Verde
At Camp Verde’s American Heritage Academy, Heather Priest is the “light of love.”
For a few moments last Friday afternoon, these two predators had their eyes locked on each other and then the larger of them turned his head and resumed his stroll across the grass towards the wild area of brush, trees and tangles.
A new restaurant has opened on Western Drive in Verde Village, just a few hundred feet off State Route 260. The Bombaz Grill has opened with a menu serving “Southwest Style Fixins.”
Vets For Hire is first going to spend five to six days prepping the stucco-covered church, according to Allen.
When all else fails, do something different and this is the seventh photo I pulled up tonight.
In education, resourcefulness isn’t limited to the classroom.
Alfredo and Ava Gutierrez operated a Mexican restaurant on 89A at 12th Street.
Our Monsoon season opened with a storm so powerful that it sent a flash flood right through my property.
Feral Goat Firearms has opened on Main Street in Cottonwood and offers gunsmithing, firearm sales, ammo, training, tactical equipment, lethal and non-lethal protection equipment.
The Cottonwood Public Library is offering a new program for job seekers called Jobs 101. On the third Thursdays of every month patrons can learn how to take advantage of free library resources to help them on their way to a new career.
- Drop-in homeless center opens in Cottonwood
- Police arrest man on weapons misconduct charges
- Lightning strike believed to be cause of house fire in Verde Village
- Chantry Trial Week 3: Defendant testifies, expert witness details circumstances of ‘honest false memory’
- Slow Drip: Decades-long court battle over water hampers investment in rural Arizona
- “I’m pleading guilty” -- Seth Collins enters plea, accepts guilt on all charges
- Crews extinguish 6-acre fire off 89A between Clarkdale and Jerome
- Despite threat to San Pedro, Court allows 7,000-home development to move forward
- Obituary: Fay Marie Page-Mauk 1946-2018
- One month after filing lawsuit, Mingus school board votes to approve such action
- Lightning believed to be cause of commercial building fire in Cottonwood (with video)
- Second man arrested in connection with alleged drive-by shooting in Verde Village
- Aaron Martin, 20, arrested in connection with alleged drive-by shooting in Verde Village
- Drop-in homeless center opens in Cottonwood
- Man charged with assault, kidnapping of Verde Lakes couple
- Alleged social media sex predation lands Cottonwood man in jail
- Cottonwood man arrested for alleged rape of 14-year-old girl
- Obituary: Danny Burris
- Married couple in meth bust each get 10 years
- NEW BUSINESS: Bombaz Grill expands food truck to restaurant in Verde Village