Local historian Glenda Farley guides us on a journey back in time to discover fascinating moments that make up our Verde Valley history.
The United Verde Copper Company started up on August 1, 1887, after being closed since December, 1884.
There is a grave in Oak Creek Canyon near the Thompson ranch where J. H. Prescott was buried.
Near the ruin of an ancient civilization, "Old West" pioneer wagons and other relics are displayed at this modern trailer park.
With the constant improvements one cannot help but believe that Jerome will be "The Town" for some time to come.
Raging water in Deception Gulch was 12 to 15 feet deep. Roads were washed out and mines became isolated.
Joe Moser and Ray Steele, with the support of Sedona citizens, made their dream of having an airport become a reality.
The Cottonwood Progressive Association tried to revive the Chamber of Commerce.
After deputies were removed from the Yavapai County payroll, there was a new shortage of officers in the Verde Valley.
Trouble grew out of businessmen employing a "scab" to lead the Jerome Hose Team in the race at Prescott.
Tree-removal projects have already caused stream bank erosion.