Local historian Glenda Farley guides us on a journey back in time to discover fascinating moments that make up our Verde Valley history.
The fire destroyed the building owned by Selna and Kovacovich, occupied by Miller and Darlington, the Gonzales barber shop, and the Fountain Saloon owned by Andrew Issoglio.
Jim and Anne Thomas moved from New York to Sedona last August. They opened Sedona's fifth and largest grocery store in West Sedona.
Construction began during 1898, and the church was dedicated during 1903. Now people are expressing an interest in saving the building.
Because the factory, said to be owned by a Russian, is out of business, parties who owe various sums of money for goods purchased will attempt to evade payment of their debts.
Lee and Oma Bird constructed a building in 1945, which became the Oak Creek Market in conjunction with the Oak Creek Tavern. The Cowboy Artists of America, Inc., was founded there on June 23, 1965.
The new high school is planned, 2 new locomotives have arrived, there is new machinery for the Cleopatra Copper Co., and law enforcement officials are kept busy.
Plans to build a non-profit hospital and health care facility at Cottonwood were announced in Prescott by J. H. Morgan, attorney for Mrs. Carrie J. Lawrence.
George Smith, a mine foreman, had been drinking in Jerome. He was riding in a freight wagon toward the Iron King mine when he fell off the wagon. A nearby couple was asked to take care of him. His body was found 3 days later heaped up in the rocks.
Congress recently enacted new laws and provided a budget for the deportation of people who have illegally entered the United States.
Following a heated argument, Kosta Katich fired a revolver wounding Emil Kovacovich and William S. Kirby.