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Cottonwood Council doles out $100K to outside agencies

The City Council voted to approve a committee-generated breakdown of grants to eight agencies from the $100,000 at Tuesday’s meeting, using a scoring system to rank the applications of 13 local agencies.

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Parade to kick off Thunder Valley Rally

A motorcycle parade, running from Camp Verde to Cottonwood and on into Clarkdale, is set to take place Friday afternoon to kick off the 2019 rally.

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Kathleen Fleenor new Valley Academy board member

Although Carter chose Fleenor over Janet Regner, the county school superintendent said that “in many ways, they were quite equal.”

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It’s unanimous: County approves Rimrock shopping center

By unanimous vote Wednesday, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors gave the green light to one of the largest single commercial projects to be approved for the Rimrock area in recent years.

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Rare painting donated to Center; will be displayed Saturday

The Verde Valley Archaeology Center has received a sizable donation, literally, which will go on display beginning Saturday, Sept. 21.

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Registration open for Grasshopper Basketball

Registration is now open for another season of Camp Verde’s youth Grasshopper Basketball program. Grasshopper Basketball is for boys and girls in grades 1-4.

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Camp Verde mom arrested for felony DUI with 5-year-old daughter in car

For the second time in less than a week, a Verde Valley resident has been arrested for alleged felony driving under the influence with their own children as passengers in the car.

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YCSO: Man, drunk at wheel, had 2-, 3-year-old boys in truck

Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call about drunk and disorderly behavior from a man who had two young children with him Saturday — and were able to arrest him before he could drive away.

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Police: Woman stabs boyfriend in leg

Monday evening, Cottonwood police were called to an apartment complex, and ended up arresting a woman on a felony assault charge for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend in the leg.

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What is your preference for trash/recycling hauling services for Cottonwood?

  • Free market consumer choice 67%
  • Single-hauler competitive bid through city 33%

835 total votes

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Rock returns to Thunder Valley Rally in form of Great White

When the first bluesy hard-rock guitar chords and high-energy vocals fill the autumn air at Riverfront Park on Sept. 21 at the Thunder Valley Rally, the band on stage will be at a venue that’s not typical for its members.

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Main Stage to host Miss Thunder Valley Rally

Thunder Valley Rally weekend is here once again and there’s no better partner for all the fun and festivities than Main Stage. Main Stage is the place to be for the TVR after parties and the always popular Miss Thunder Valley Rally 2019 competition.

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Spirituality & comedy collide at Zenprov’s ‘OM! My Achin’ Chakra!’ show

Join Zenprov Comedy for “OM! My Achin’ Chakra!” for a light-hearted romp through the Old Testament to the New Age. This one-night only performance happens Saturday, Sept. 21, at 7:30 p.m., at Mary D. Fisher Theatre in Sedona.

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Cottonwood’s Mark Tufte earns degree from Colorado Graduate School of Banking

Mark Tufte, VP/Market Manager of Country Bank in Cottonwood, graduated from the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado’s 69th Annual School Session hosted at the University of Colorado in Boulder.

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Class XIII Verde Valley Leadership Graduation

Class XIII graduates of Verde Valley Leadership were honored during a dinner ceremony Friday at the Verde Valley Senior Center.

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Allen Muma honored for 20 years of service to Jerome

When Allen Muma started with the Jerome Police Department, smartphones were a thing of the future.

Reader Poll:

What is your preference for trash/recycling hauling services for Cottonwood?

  • Free market consumer choice 67%
  • Single-hauler competitive bid through city 33%

835 total votes

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