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What Mingus Union seniors can’t wear on Graduation Night

A graduating senior attended last year’s Mingus graduation ceremony wrapped in a flag, but Mingus Principal Genie Gee said decorations are not permitted on or over the graduation gowns.

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Cause of 2021 Cornville wildfire undetermined

If a person started the huge wildfire near Cornville Road and Page Springs Road last June, they have not been found.

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Armed robbery with a shovel reported at Walmart

Friday the 13th, around 9 p.m., Cottonwood Police officers responded to Wal-Mart for a report of a shoplifting in progress, according to a Tuesday news release. Store employees reported a person had filled multiple back packs with merchandise.

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Rogers' comments cause GOP infighting in LD6

State Rep. Walt Blackman publicly declared that the people of Legislative District 6, which he shares with Sen. Wendy Rogers, don't agree with the Twitter post she made this past weekend about the murder of 10 people in Buffalo by a white supremacist.

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State senate investigates Rogers' ethics over shooting comments

Less than two months after censuring her, state senators voted Monday to once again investigate Sen. Wendy Rogers to see whether she violated ethics rules by suggesting that the gunman who killed 10 people in Buffalo was really a federal agent

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US reckoning with role in Native American boarding schools

Deb Haaland is pushing the U.S. government to reckon with its role in Native American boarding schools like no other Cabinet secretary could -- backed by personal experience, a struggle with losing her own Native language and a broader community that has felt the devastating impacts.

Reader Poll:

Should Cottonwood close the Riverfront Water Reclamation Facility?

  • Yes 28%
  • No 22%
  • I'm waiting to learn more 50%

18 total votes

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Expensive Riverfront reclamation plant tests patience of taxpayers

How much can Cottonwood taxpayers take? The City has put money – a lot of it – and time – a lot of it – into the Riverfront Water Reclamation Facility with too little to show for it.

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Where’s a cop when you need one?

Where is our police presence in Cottonwood? You virtually never see a squad car on the street.

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Pass It On: Getting outside is the best way to get rid of the blues

Brad’s idea of a good time is to swim across the lake at the base of the Grand Tetons, then hike to the top peak and back again on the same day. Sometimes his wife Sheila will join him for the hike portion.

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VERDE HERITAGE: Haynes Copper Company & Gold King Mine

Under the surface of eight mining claims the owners, engineers, miners, and investors expected to find extensive mineral deposits containing copper, gold, and silver. They found water.

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Armed Forces Day at Sedona Museum means free entry for active-duty personnel all summer

The Sedona Heritage Museum will be one of more than 2,000 museums across America to offer free admission to active-duty military personnel and their families this summer, including National Guard and Reserve, beginning Saturday, May 21 – Armed Forces Day

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Adopt a Child (or more)

At the Arizona Department of Child Safety Arizona, children come into care through no fault of their own and often have trauma they carry with them.

Reader Poll:

Should Cottonwood close the Riverfront Water Reclamation Facility?

  • Yes 28%
  • No 22%
  • I'm waiting to learn more 50%

18 total votes

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Obituary: David Allen Vickery

On Monday, the second day in May, 2022, David Allen Vickery left this earth, no doubt with a smile. As family and friends sit in one of his favorite gathering places in Texas, with the blues playing in the background, we write of his memory! He would want us to remember him the way he lived -- happy, joyful and giving with good people having good times!

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Obituary: Ovide Alfred Mallo

Ovide Alfred Mallo lived in Verde Valley, Arizona, and passed away May 6, 2022 peacefully at home. He was born September 25, 1921 in Chicago, Illinois.

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Obituary: Dorothy Bianco

Dorothy Bianco (Mother of Judith Manocchia) 9/7/1923 - 5/4/2022 Family was everything to Dorothy, she loved to share stories of her family. She loved sports. The Red Sox, Patriots, and Celtics were her favorite teams.