Kelcie Grega

Associate Editor

Kelcie Grega is the Associate Editor of the Verde Independent, Camp Verde Bugle and Kudos entertainment guide.

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UPDATE: Man arrested in Rimrock accused of killing his wife

Duran, 28 was arrested on first-degree homicide and aggravated assault with deadly weapon charges after his 35-year-old wife was found with several stab wounds in Doney Park.

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Meth Impact: Cottonwood rise in meth investigations reflect countywide trend

By 2011, meth-related felonies in Yavapai County dropped down to 1,895 from 2,739 in 2005. But in 2012, crimes started to gradually increase again and in 2018, numbers spiked back up to 2,502.

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Cottonwood explores mitigating aircraft noise

Neighbors say airport a threat to Cottonwood’s ‘quality of life’

the airport was here first. “The beacon at the Cottonwood Airport is one of the oldest structures in the city”

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Cottonwood seeking applicants for open board positions, volunteers

The City of Cottonwood is seeking applicants for vacant seats on its Board of Adjustment and Historic Preservation Commission.

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Homicide suspect arrested in Rimrock

At 9:30 a.m., Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn said YCSO units now have the suspect in custody in Cornville. CCSO detectives are now on the scene.

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Clarkdale reviewing applicants for town manager position

The town will now go through the process of narrowing 68 applications down to four to six candidates, according to current Town Manager Gayle Mabery.

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Former Mingus executive assistant accused of forging MUHS letter

A 46-year-old Rimrock woman who also serves as executive assistant to Yavapai County District 3 Supervisor Randy Garrison is facing felony charges of tampering with public records and taking the identity of the other.

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LISTEN: 4 things you need to know about the fourth annual Verde Valley Comic Expo

Cosplayers, comic book fans, artists and anyone in between will have the chance to support their local library Saturday, March 23 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Cottonwood Recreation Center, 150 South Sixth Street.

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Woman arrested after shoplifting from Walmart

Kuhlt said Forlano shoplifted approximately $166 from Walmart. Because she used a backpack and tote to conceal the items, the charge becomes a felony according to Arizona Revised Statutes.

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Cottonwood to look at Thunder Valley Rally statistical analysis

The annual Thunder Valley Rally event operated at a loss to the city in 2018 but by small margin, according to Cottonwood City Manager Ron Corbin.

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