Jennifer Volpe

Associate Editor

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Experts provide tips for keeping pets safe during extreme temps

How hot dogs keep cool

The heat is on – and our pets are feeling it even more than we are.

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Rescued baby otter finds new home at Out of Africa

A recently rehabilitated baby otter at the Out of Africa Wildlife Park in Camp Verde is a social media sensation. The story has been shared from Phoenix to the United Kingdom.

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Cattle Call: Grosetas host Summer Agricultural Institute

COTTONWOOD – The Groseta family hosted the 2017 Summer Agriculture Institute tour June 6, with around 40 school teachers from all over the state in attendance.

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P&Z to discuss proposed hilltop winery, Galileo 33

Galileo 33 Winery, Tasting Room and Restaurant is slated to be discussed at the 6 p.m. meeting.

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Cottonwood ready to light up the night with July 4 fireworks show

The Cottonwood City Council Tuesday approved the proposed agreement to provide Fireworks Display Services for the City of Cottonwood Independence Day celebration to FPA Ltd. Dba Fireworks Productions of Arizona.

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City Council reappoints Judge LaSota with 4-3 vote

COTTONWOOD – Presiding City Magistrate A. Douglas LaSota was reappointed to a two-year term at Tuesday’s City Council meeting, but it was not an effortless decision.

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Bar owner arrested for assault allowed back on business property

CAMP VERDE – Michael James Anderson, owner of Bootleggers Saloon and the former president of Cottonwood’s Old Town Association, was granted permission Wednesday to return to his place of business by Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Michael R. Bluff.

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Council adopts $85M tentative city budget

COTTONWOOD – The Cottonwood City Council unanimously approved to adopt the proposed fiscal year 2018 tentative budget as presented, and to establish the city’s fiscal year 2018 expenditure limitation at $85,054,740.

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Griffith Enterprises moving to Mesa

COTTONWOOD – Amphenol Griffith Enterprises, located 6000 E Coury Dr. in Cottonwood, will close.

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Bar owner pleads not guilty to aggravated assault charges

CAMP VERDE – Michael James Anderson, owner of Bootleggers Beer Club, pleaded not guilty Monday to aggravated assault involving a deadly weapon stemming from his May 11 arrest.

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