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The Cellar Fire has reached approximately 7,512 acres with about 18 percent containment, as of Sunday morning, July 21, the Forest Service reported.
The whir of aerial drones provided a distinct soundtrack to the month it took to contain the Woodbury Fire, which ranks as the fifth-largest wildfire in Arizona history.
Cottonwood police and the Arizona Department of Public Safety responded to this single big-rig rollover Saturday at about 9 a.m. at the Thousand Trails roundabout on State Route 260.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office personnel responded to a homicide scene in the Congress area, southwest of Prescott, Thursday evening, and made an arrest.
- Arizona State trooper faces felony charges for forgery, fraud, theft
- As many as 12 child abuse complaints against Prescott Valley facility
- Man sought in 'Catch 22' has charges from 2010
- Hunt still on for woman accused of defrauding Old Town Association
- Continuance issued at Cottonwood officer's hearing
- Plea options on table for Cottonwood officer charged in domestic abuse case
- Seven jailed after PANT investigations; Fentanyl laced drugs seized
- Chino Valley man dies after apparent accident while target shooting
- Out-of-state visitor has wallet, rental car taken at knifepoint in Old Town
- Man gets 12 years prison time on charges involving minors
After a one-year hiatus, Camp Verde’s Cornfest is back. One of the town’s signature events, Cornfest is back for its 27th year on Saturday July 20 from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Due to the growing popularity of the Grasshopper Grill’s live music offerings on weekends, performers now present their shows on the wide, elevated lighted stage in the larger dining area.
The Andrea Smith Gallery will host some dear Egyptian friends of 25 years July 19 for an evening of history, education, easy conversation, and great company.
- Historical Society to celebrate National Day of the Cowboy with Sedona film
- Scandalous Hands to perform at Clarkdale Concerts in the Park July 20
- Karaoke with Christa Cave at Cottonwood Main Stage
- Learn About Hawaiian Hula at Sedona Public Library
- Festival presents ‘Deconstructing The Beatles: Abbey Road, Side 2’ July 22
Tired of being asked if he’s a Buccaneers fan, Mingus Union football head coach Robert Ortiz has gotten a new logo for Marauder football.
Covering Camp Verde High School sports in the spring was a treat but there was one aspect that left a bad taste in my mouth.
PHOENIX – As five former Arizona State golfers compete on an international stage at the British Open, their alma mater is preparing for its own big event.
What began as a seemingly simple plan to re-birth some of Jerome’s nefarious history has turned into a real boondoggle for the mountainside community.
Here’s the truth about “Truth in Taxation” public hearings: They are going to tax us.
- Riverfront Park master plan off to solid start
- Politics no place for thin-skinned people to play
- Commentary: Common knowledge today no secret 50 years ago
- Letter: Bypass -- without roundabouts -- was built for cement trucks
- Editorial: ‘Pay me now or pay me later’ this year’s motto for Yavapai County, Clarkdale
Around the Bluhmin' Town: Around the Bluhmin’ Town: One small step for fashion . . . one giant leap for marriage
I bought my husband, Doug, a pair of yellow shorts. Who knew that color was so important?
Humid and cloudy conditions have helped firefighters battle a wildfire burning along the southern edge of Yavapai County.
- Around the Around the Bluhmin’ Town: Ready or not swimsuit season has arrived
- Enlightened Creations Boutique opens business in Cottonwood
- Cool things to do on the Fourth of July in the valley
- City of Cottonwood presents Fantastic Family Fourth of July
- Rollins, Sycamore parks center of activities for Beaver Creek July 4 parade, festivities
Class XIII graduates of Verde Valley Leadership were honored during a dinner ceremony Friday at the Verde Valley Senior Center.
When Allen Muma started with the Jerome Police Department, smartphones were a thing of the future.
Sarah A. Zanzucchi, 96, of Flagstaff, Arizona, passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her loving family to join her Lord Jesus on July 10, 2019.
Thomas J. Green, “Tom,” 69, formerly of Clarkdale, died suddenly on June 13, 2019, at his home in Temecula, Calif.,, where he has lived since 2008.