Dan Engler is the editor of the Verde Independent and Camp Verde Bugle.
The oft-repeated complaints about noise at the Cottonwood Airport are not unique to Cottonwood.
In Copenhagen, Denmark, a city of about 600,000 people, bicycles outnumber cars by about 5-to-1. That’s made possible by an infrastructure that actually encourages people to ride bikes instead of drive cars.
The next time you grab your cell phone and go to your favorite app store, you can easily begin a new career as a criminal.
From 100 to 1600 meters, Babcock finished her 2019 season as one of the most diverse runners in Mingus history, and certainly enters the discussion as one of the best ever at MUHS.
There has been a pattern of consistency that inspired confidence during Genie Gee’s run as acting superintendent at Mingus Union High School.
It’s doubtful there will be an Upper Verde school district consolidation election this year, but that sure hasn’t stopped people both pro and con from making claims about the impacts of such a merger.
The most heart-wrenching thing you’ll ever see is a kid getting called for a false start at a state track and field championship.
We’ve come upon the one-year anniversary of the Sedona-Oak Creek School Board’s decision to close Big Park Elementary School. The resulting wounds to the Village of Oak Creek are slow to heal.
A year ago, school district consolidation blew through the Upper Verde Valley like a Category 5 hurricane.
With this week’s announcement that Texan Tracie Hlavinka will succeed Gayle Mabery as Clarkdale’s town manager, there comes a real seniority shift of institutional knowledge about the intergovernmental workings of the various communities in the Verde Valley.