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Eight state House Republicans joined with the 29 Democrats who were united in opposition to a bill that
Thursday, May 21, at about 8 p.m., Yavapai County Sheriff's Office deputies were dispatched to a fire in the 15500 block of Rolling Ridge Drive.
With still no evidence of a decline in the acceleration of COVID-19 cases in Arizona, the state’s Department of Health Services reported 431 new cases in the past 24 hours, pushing the state’s total caseload to 16,039.
- State Senate to return to session Tuesday
- House approves limits on suing entities over COVID-19
- A time-honored tradition? Not all schools subscribe to valedictorian honor
- Forest Service urges Memorial Day visitors to recreate responsibly
- Cottonwood to replace 2020 Thunder Valley Rally with smaller event
- Cottonwood budget starts to evolve; city firm on chamber funding decision
- Accused kidnapper scheduled to head back to court
- Viral post about Oak Creek trash prompts avalanche of online discussion
- Camp Verde honors CVHS Class of 2020 with drive-by salute
- Mingus ‘Virtumencement’ ceremony to broadcast May 22, 7 p.m.
Camp Verde honors CVHS Class of 2020 with drive-by salute.
At 7 p.m. Thursday, June 4, Camp Verde High School’s Class of 2020 will graduate on the school’s football field, Sam Hammerstrom Field.
- CV council to consider changes to restroom plan of sports complex
- Howe refuses to elaborate on ‘outside pressure’ concerning Camp Verde graduation plans
- Camp Verde considering June graduation, Howe says
- Camp Verde Library to reopen May 18
- Danny Howe receives 3-year superintendent contract with Camp Verde Unified
A man charged in a 2019 kidnapping incident is scheduled for a possible change-of-plea hearing next month in Yavapai County Superior Court.
Multiple drug-related arrests were made in Chino Valley after a May 18 traffic stop that led to a search and a drug investigation.
There will be about 15 days needed for the trial of Cruz, 39, who is charged with killing his pregnant, 17-year-old ex-girlfriend, Marisol Gonzalez, in Cottonwood in March 1997.
- 120-mph fleeing driver tries to ram police; officer shoots truck
- Verde Village home targeted with tire slashing, gun shots
- Police say man planned ambush of cops; officer shot in left arm
- Officer wounded, suspect arrrested in Cottonwood altercation
- YCSO: 2 men wanted for attempted homicide now in custody
Biros’ live modeling sessions had been and will again one day be held at her Studio 203 Art Classroom, 885 Hampshire Ave. Bldg. A, Studio 203, Jerome. But with COVID-19 restrictions forcing the sessions online, she’s been able to attract a greater amount of interest by embracing the virtual model’s studio.
Indian master teacher Anand Mehrotra is convinced that tough circumstances yield great potential to discover one’s own true self. He might say that a pandemic-driven disruption of this scale, with all of its fear and uncertainty, presents a magnificent opportunity to upgrade our inner operating system to experience true freedom.
The Sedona International Film Festival presents “Encore Series” by popular demand featuring the virtual return of “Fantastic Fungi” and the Academy Award-nominated “RBG”
- Film Festival presents Michelin Stars: Tales from the Kitchen, Constructing Albert
- Film Festival offers virtual screening of ‘Leonardo: The Works’
- Trio of new movies offered through MDF@Home
- Archaeology Center sponsors Virtual Archaeology Film Festival
- Sign up for Sedona Arts Center’s virtual classes
Densmore also competed in cross country and in track and field at Mingus Union. His ability to play well in multiple sports is only one reason why Densmore is Mingus Union’s male athlete of the year for 2019-2020.
One Saturday in February, Zoey Arwine managed to accomplish something seldom seen in high school athletics: postseason competition in two sports on the same day.
"A team is more than a team. It’s a family, and having a 50-member supportive family makes all the difference when it comes down to it.”
What the state’s jobless report fails to show is the number of people who are out of work by choice. They could be working.
‘This spring has been a great social experiment -- in communal living, in family cohesion, in national purpose, in personal group selflessness. It also has opened our ears to birdsong and sharpened our eyes to nature. It may not have changed the Earth. But it may have changed us’
In one full swoop, Danny Howe went from puffing out his chest to doing a classic duck-and-run. He went from hero to shrinking violet in the blink of an eye.
- Commentary: Take moment to say thank you to law enforcement
- Letter: Issue is not having faith vs. lacking faith; it’s an issue of wisdom vs. foolishness
- Letter Governor Ducey now on reckless course
- Letter: A job well done by all involved in Fair Livestock Show and Auction
- Letter: Verde River slowly getting sucked dry
J. O. Mullen was Superintendent of Schools for 31 years. During the early 1900's, schools were closed about 30% of the time due to epidemics such as smallpox, scarlet fever, diphtheria, etc. In 1918 when Mr. and Mrs. John O. Mullin "came to Jerome the school plant consisted of the old Main Street elementary school, the old Jerome High School uptown below the United Verde Hospital on the grou...
Spring is always the time of new beginnings, new life, no matter how small or insignificant.
In January, Celeena Johnson was named to Yavapai College’s 2020 All-Arizona Academic Team.
Once she finishes college, Kayla Reilly would like design prosthetics – and live in a third-world country.
Angel Alvarez Vargas, age 86, of Cottonwood, Arizona was called home by his “ladybug” Juanita Vargas to join her in eternal peace, on May 10th 2020.
Dale Berry of Cornville, Arizona, was born on June 20, 1934, and found rest on May 7, 2020, with his loving wife of 49 years by his side.