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Friday, Gov. Doug Ducey gave his blessing to a law that will once again allow state and local officials to accept certain foreign consular ID cards for identification.
The state's top military and emergency management official is leaving, with a possible run for U.S. Senate in his future.
- Cottonwood Community Garden fills up with gardeners this year
- Yavapai College to offer Brewery Technology Certificate
- Park wants hikers to stop stacking rocks
- House approves constitutional amendment that would make voter initiatives tougher
- Arizona GOP lawmakers look to restrict governor's emergency powers
This year, Beaver Creek students attend school 144 days. Next year just might be the same.
A Camp Verde man with two businesses had made the commitment to be even busier.
- Camp Verde council to consider second Planning and Zoning appointment this month
- Archaeology Center to purchase former VVMC Clinic building
- Camp Verde council approves PAD zoning change, budget calendar
- Todd Scantlebury appointed to Camp Verde Planning Commission
- PAD zoning change on Camp Verde council agenda
A Glendale man was jailed this week after an assault on a utility worker.
A Cottonwood man accused of shooting a police officer with a shotgun last year is due back in court later this month.
Through March 14, Northern Arizona Watercolor Society hosts online show 'The Year of Quarantine Painting.'
‘Cash on Delivery’ is a hilarious comedy full of mistaken identities, slamming doors – and a con that spirals out of control.
- Movie Review: Andra Day shines in overstuffed Billie Holiday bio
- New movies include animated film 'Raya and the Last Dragon'
- Music Review: Alice Cooper loses his mind in Detroit Rock City
- New music includes A Day to Remember's 'You’re Welcome'
- Movie shines light on abuse of police power against immigrants
The Mingus Union wrestling team’s perfect 11-0 run through the 2021 regular season wasn’t all against smaller, undermanned teams.
Camp Verde's wrestlers finished their regular season a collective 11-3 with wins Feb. 26 at Prescott and Feb. 17 at home against Page.
During the 2020 campaign, candidate Joe Biden promised to undo President Donald Trump’s border security policies.
While COVID-19 has created disruption, pain and uncertainty throughout our great state, one thing remains clear: Our students’ progress toward their educational goals must continue.
- Letter: Face the facts: Trump lost the election
- Editorial: February offers hope in Arizona’s war with COVID-19
- Commentary: Washington spending its way into unfathomable debt
- Letter: Butner, LeBeau deserved sanctions, reprimands for low-class, unethical behavior
- Letter: Trump has been maligned enough; grow up and move on
- Letter: Development of Trump Derangement Syndrome vaccine will unite America
- Letter: Many thanks to volunteers for highway cleanup
- Letter: Naming highway after Trump the epitome of foolishness
- Letter: Why spend time, money to remove a man from office when he is no longer in office?
- Letter: I totally support a new Donald Trump landfill
For the third consecutive year, a home schooled student from Prescott has won Yavapai County’s annual spelling bee.
It’s hard to imagine that if not for a fire 106 years ago this week, there would be a magnificent 150-room hotel at the top of Jerome.
- VERDE HERITAGE 1929: JEROME; One Crime Leads to Another
- VERDE HERITAGE 1885: OAK CREEK; Richard Wilson Killed by a Bear, is Seen as a Ghost in 1914.
- VERDE HERITAGE 1910: JEROME; United Verde Extension
- Emerald Waves opens Sedona location
- Customer service has kept Olsen’s Grain in business for two decades
The commercial fishery for herring has suffered in recent years due to new restrictions, but those same rules could benefit some of Maine’s most beloved birds.
A mythical, ape-like creature that has captured the imagination of adventurers for decades has now become the target of a state lawmaker in Oklahoma.
- On the llam: 'Very chill' llama found wandering off highway
- Identical twins aren’t perfect clones, research shows
- Serial squirrel: Neighbors keep eye out for fierce rodent
- Annual list of banished words and terms include 'COVID-19' and 'social distancing'
- After 50 years, hippies welcome in an Indiana county
Bill Snyder was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, died February 24, one month shy of his 84th birthday.
Gerald “Jerry” Lynn Clawson entered into eternal rest on February 26, 2021 as his years-long battle with Multiple System Atrophy came to an end.