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Arizona's available hospital beds for a potential surge in COVID-19 patients are as low as they've been since July with predictions they could run out soon.
The Yavapai-Apache Nation has been awarded a grant that will allow its transportation system to connect with Prescott – and possibly Phoenix.
- Cottonwood Area Transit driver tests positive for COVID-19
- Clarkdale man, Oklahoma woman arrested in connection with death investigation
- County supervisors nix Verde Connect project by 3-2 vote
- Increase in hospitalizations a growing concern for Northern Arizona Healthcare leadership
- Pets Return Home denied use permit by county
After a discussion lasting about 70 minutes, Board President Tim Roth took an informal vote, 4-1 in favor of keeping campuses open to students.
During August, September and October of this year, Camp Verde Kiwanis Club members participated in the “Sunday Undies” campaign.
- Camp Verde school board calls special COVID meeting
- Camp Verde cancels remainder of football season due to COVID-19
- Camp Verde Council approves boundary alignment with Copper Canyon Fire District
- Beaver Creek trains paraprofessionals to become teachers
- Camp Verde council expected to seek legal advice on Bruce George lawsuit
- Camp Verde voters say yes to permanent base adjustment
- 1,678-foot climb true test of new Camp Verde Ryal Canyon Trail
- Seven Camp Verde student/athletes test positive for COVID-19
- Camp Verde cancels Oct. 30, Nov. 6 homecoming football games due to COVID-19
- Yavapai Apache teen, Sedona man arrested in Camp Verde shooting
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office has released the following video, including body cam footage of a deputy-involved shooting of an armed 56-year-old Village of Oak Creek woman at a domestic disturbance call.
A Clarkdale man and an Oklahoma woman have been identified as “persons of interest” and arrested in connection with a death investigation in Clarkdale.
Local musician Brandon Decker celebrates the launch of his new brand “Agua De Sedona” with a socially-distanced reception and concert at Sedona Water Works on Saturday, November 21.
Three-quarters through “The Climb” comes a scene we’ve all come to expect in a romantic comedy: A wedding is interrupted by the best man who rushes into a church during a marriage ceremony and screams “I object!”
- Sedona Film Fest presents ‘Hillbilly Elegy’ premiere Nov. 20-25
- Camp Verde Library hosts free concert by 'Verde Valley’s Got Talent' winner
- Tuzigoot offers visitors a window to the past
- Baldwin, Templeton trails lead way to some of Sedona’s most breathtaking sites
- Sedona Arts Academy presents 'A Comedy Show with Joshua Rivedal'
- SIFF's Great Art on Screen ‘Dinosaurs’ premieres Nov. 24
- Sedona Film Festival, Unify Sedona and PFLAG present ‘MAJOR!’
- Sedona Camera Club offers two-part webinar
- Sound Bites Grill bids ‘Happy Trails’ to Blazin’ M Cowboy Bill Bassett
- Red Rocks Music Festival presents world-acclaimed pianist Inna Faliks in ‘Dialogues’
During Kellen Mills’ journey from college football to the construction industry, he made a pit stop that changed his life.
Nathan Wright scored three touchdowns and had nearly 200 yards rushing, Cody Leopold had two scores and the No. 13-ranked Prescott football team stretched their winning streak to four with a thrilling 43-35 win over rival Mingus on Friday night.
Mingus Union first-year coach Mike Madore was presented the championship plaque for the girl’s golf team winning Division 2, Section 5 team category for the 2020 season at the Arizona State tournament this week.
The past two years the traffic on Cornville Road has become massive.
I have a bumper sticker on my car that says: “Not a Republican, Not a Democrat, Just an American.” I had it made because I’m so tired of division and political labelling. Little did I know when I had it made that masks would become a political issue.
- Letter: I hope Camp Verde continues cleaning up and giving Main Street a lift for holiday season
- Commentary: Verde Connect a classic case of long-term plan blown off course by political winds
- Editorial: Justice still waiting to be served for Marisol Gonzalez
- Letter: Unregulated business has no place in residentially zoned area
- Letter: Nature of Wildworks a bad fit for Tissaw Road neighborhod
- Letter: Commentary one-sided, not entirely accurate
- Letter: Nature of Wildworks approval would create dangerous precedent
- Letter: Community support made ITrek event another great success
- Letter: We like our residential neighborhood without relocation of wild animal facility
- Editorial: U.S. Veterans: You are America
COTTONWOOD - There’s a magical mailbox right in the Verde Valley where children can send a letter to Santa.
Through their eyes: Don and Gail Eberle experienced renewed patriotism through son’s 22-year military career
Nearly two decades into what would be a 22-year career in the United States Navy, Robert Eberle was assigned to the recruitment division in Prescott, less than an hour from where he graduated from Mingus Union High School.
Rick Brenfleck served his country in the 1980s. He also served in Desert Shield, from 1991-1992. He also wanted to serve in Desert Storm, but the recruiter "laughed at me because of my age.”
A hulking, never-occupied building sardonically likened to a robot’s head that has loomed over the Russian city of Kaliningrad for decades is to be demolished next year, the region’s governor says.
Cooking chickens in a Yellowstone hot spring landed three people in hot water.
A man who crashed his car into a Montana grocery store and fled the scene was later arrested after running nude through a nearby retirement home, police said.
- Massive iceberg floats toward island of South Georgia, puts wildlife at risk
- Ten-foot python removed from under car hood in Florida
- What a fluke: Dutch whale tail sculpture catches metro train
- Watch: Scientists find Madagascar chameleon last seen 100 years ago
- McDonald’s cult classic, the McRib, is coming back
Reverend Winston L. Worden December 17, 1934 – October 22, 2020, Age 85 Winston Lester Worden of Cottonwood, Arizona passed peacefully at Cottonwood Village on the late evening of October 22nd, 2020, at the end of a decade long demise from Lewy Body Dementia with complications from COVID 19.
Anthony Gordon “Jos” Driver was born September 19, 1938 in Maseru, Basutoland (Lesotho) to William Gordon Driver and Daphne Weymouth Rhodes Forrester.