Hundreds of Sedona and Verde Valley citizens turned out for the third annual Sedona Women's March on Saturday, Jan. 19.
COTTONWOOD -- A new cell tower will soon appear near Sedona Pines despite opposition from neighbors.
Former Sedona mayor said developer trying to sell ‘a skunk that doesn’t stink’
Yavapai County Planning & Zoning commissioners listened to more than six hours of public testimony and read several hundred emails and letters during their meeting. Ultimately, they unanimously voted to deny the proposal to develop a 172-acre senior-oriented manufactured home park to take the place of the El Rojo Grande Ranch just outside Sedona.
COTTONWOOD — Crowds of people flooded council chambers on a rainy Tuesday night as Cottonwood City Council considered projects to award Community Development Block Grant money. Many stood out in the rain as they anticipated the decision.
COTTONWOOD — A Cottonwood police detective facing domestic violence charges is working again with Cottonwood PD after being placed on administrative leave.
COTTONWOOD – As the state still struggles with passing a statewide ban on cellphone distracted driving, Cottonwood is following Yavapai County’s lead.
COTTONWOOD -- There’s a new vice mayor in town.
As a thank-you for sacrifices made every day by first responders serving the Verde Valley, Moose Lodge members are hosting their 5th annual First Responders Appreciation Dinner.
Garcia-Soto still maintains innocence in Alford Plea
CAMP VERDE – An 11-year-old murder case finally reached its conclusion Tuesday at the Yavapai County Superior Court in Camp Verde. Julio Cesar Garcia-Soto was given a flat sentence of 17 years – with credited 11 years already served for second-degree murder.
COTTONWOOD -- Citizens will finally have the chance to say their piece on plans for a 172-acre manufactured home park near Sedona before the Yavapai County Planning & Zoning Commission on Thursday.
CAMP VERDE -- Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Michael Bluff issued an order Monday to vacate three charges in a drug courier case involving a 2015 Cottonwood traffic stop.
CAMP VERDE -- A Cottonwood woman who was arrested in a Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking-led drug bust entered a not-guilty plea Monday.
Cottonwood may soon hop on the bandwagon of Arizona cities banning texting while driving.
Tuesday, Jerome Town Council had the first reading of the proposed distracted driving ordinance.
The supervisors will meet Wednesday, Jan. 16, 9 a.m., at the Yavapai County Administrative Services building in Cottonwood, 10 S. 6th St.
Julio Cesar Garcia-Soto facing life in prison
An 11-year-old murder case involving an infant’s death in 2008 may finally have closure Tuesday.
A citizen who noticed suspicious activity behind Home Depot led to the arrest of three felony suspects Tuesday morning.
A pound of heroin and half pound of meth taken off the Streets and away from three children living at alleged dealer’s home
YCSO embargoed this report until now because of an ongoing investigation with PANT.
Vice Mayor cites husband's health, housing as reason for leaving dais
Cottonwood Vice Mayor Kyla Allen is stepping down from her seat after the next regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 15.
The Cottonwood City Council reviewed a new relaxed draft ordinance Tuesday for food trucks vendors.
Cottonwood City Council will choose a project to award federal money during a public meeting Tuesday.
Law enforcement agencies are still seeking more information in an embezzlement case involving the Old Town Association from last spring.
Organizers say they are marching for further strides in empowerment, intersectionality
Rain, snow or shine, the Sedona Women’s March will once again take the streets on Saturday, Jan. 19.
From an almost entirely new council to a beloved radio station sounding of, here are some top Jerome stories of 2018
Creating perfect wine the fastest growing industry in region
While much of the Verde Valley is rural and not as densely populated as neighboring communities on the other side of the mountain, its economic impact to the region should not be underestimated.
The adage rings true: You don’t need a four-year degree to make a decent living.
CAMP VERDE -- The defense in Cottonwood Police Detective Cody Delafuente’s case has a requested an extension to file a motion for remand to the grand jury.
A 30-year-old Cornville woman who was arrested Oct. 25 after overdosing in front of her daughter was sentenced to two years in prison Monday at the Yavapai County Superior Court in Camp Verde.
Temperatures will be warmer this weekend but there is also a high chance of showers starting Saturday night, according to the National Weather Service.
As temperatures dipped well below freezing on New Year's Day, Verde Village residents experienced multiple outages.
From a new soil program to court co-location, here are some top Clarkdale stories of 2018.
Cottonwood City Council agendas certainly weren’t on the slim side in 2018.
Yavapai County was busy in 2018. From high voter turnout to new road projects, news certainly wasn’t in short supply this year. Here are some of the county’s biggest stories from 2018.
Seth Collins was sentenced to nine more years is prison by Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Paupore Sept. 26.
Jerome Town Council filled three vacant seats on three of its boards during a special meeting on Thursday, Dec. 20. The Planning & Zoning Commission, Design Review Board and Board of Adjustment each had one vacant seat.
The funds are a percentage of the tribe’s gaming wins that are meant to be distributed to local municipalities. According to the statute, the money must go toward something that benefits the general public
As the United States heads into day three of its partial government shutdown, people may noticed "closed" signs on nearby national parks.
A lot can happen in a year, even in a small town like Cottonwood. As we enter the New Year, here is a look back at some of the biggest Cottonwood news stories of 2018. Crossroads on new city hall location
Crowds of people in red flooded the chambers of the Yavapai County Annex building in Cottonwood Thursday for a work study session introducing plans for a 172-acre manufactured home park near Sedona to the Yavapai County Planning & Zoning Commission.
COTTONWOOD -- It was a classic lesson of caveat emptor (let the buyer beware).
COTTONWOOD – Thursday, the Yavapai County Planning & Zoning commission pushed plans f orward to build an 80-foot-tall colocatable cell phone tower in the parking lot of the Sedona Pines Resort office and Bella Vita Restaurant along State Rout 89A.
Can only be used as temporary signs for special events
COTTONWOOD -- Flag banners used as signage are now officially prohibited in Cottonwood following a city council vote Tuesday
CAMP VERDE -- Three charges were dropped in a drug courier case involving a 2015 Cottonwood traffic stop Monday.
COTTONWOOD -- Cottonwood City Council decided to allocate $10,000 in contingency funds to the Old Town Association for 2019 during Tuesday’s regular meeting.
COTTONWOOD -- Cottonwood City Council approved an ordinance Tuesday waiving required front and backyard setbacks in Old Town.
P&Z approved plans Monday to turn the former church on 791 N. Main Street at the entrance of Old Town into a brewpub.
Cottonwood Planning & Zoning Commission approved plans Monday to expand the patio area of Pizzeria Bocce Patio Bar in Old Town.
Stockwell’s sentencing is scheduled Monday, Feb. 4 at 3 p.m., at the Yavapai County Superior Court in Camp Verde.
Tuesday, Brenda Clouston of the Old Town Association will update Cottonwood City Council on the organization’s progress and request funding for 2019.
According to staff documents, this change would enhance the aesthetics of the community as well as eliminate distractions for drivers.