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A promise by Gov. Doug Ducey to protect state aid for schools during the pandemic is coming up short.
With federal aid covering some of the Verde Valley’s bus system costs, the Cottonwood City Council decided this week to continue a recently enacted benefit for area residents.
- Shots fired into law enforcement officer’s home nearly missing young child; $6,000 reward offered
- Sedona Autocamp hearing delayed pending appeal
- 245 new COVID-19 cases in Yavapai County in past day
- COVID-19 numbers continue Arizona surge into December
- ‘Upsurge’ in COVID-19 cases reported among Yavapai County employees
Tuesday, Copper Canyon Fire Board Member Carol Keeton was not able to log onto the board’s Zoom meeting, and not able to vote in what became a 2-to-2 vote that rejected the board sending a pro-Verde Connect resolution to Wednesday’s Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting.
Tuesday, the Copper Canyon Fire Board will consider asking the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors to move forward with the proposed Verde Connect road project.
- Camp Verde schools stick with in-person learning as student option
- Camp Verde Kiwanis Club provides 'Sunday Undies' for local elementary school students
- Camp Verde school board calls special COVID meeting
- Camp Verde cancels remainder of football season due to COVID-19
- Camp Verde Council approves boundary alignment with Copper Canyon Fire District
In the early morning hours of Thursday, Dec. 3, an unidentified person fired multiple rounds into an occupied residence in the 8300 block of East Loos Drive, in Prescott Valley, according to the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office.
An early-morning traffic stop for speeding and driving outside of travel lanes on Interstate 17 resulted in the arrest of an Ohio woman for possession of large quantities of fentanyl pills, cocaine, and marijuana.
Tuesday marked the 80th day since Shane Michael Rollman was last seen by his family. Recently, the FBI joined the effort to locate the California man. Rollman, 31, according to video surveillance and bank records, shopped at Bashas’ supermarket in Camp Verde and fueled up a Chevron gas station Sept. 13.
- Cottonwood man gets 14 years in prison on meth charges
- County Attorney seeks to dismiss murder charge against Cecilio Cruz
- Domestic violence turns deadly in Camp Verde
- Update: YCSO releases video, body cam footage of deputy-involved shooting VOC woman
- Clarkdale man, Oklahoma woman arrested in connection with death investigation
Canyon Mesa Country Club in the Village of Oak Creek is currently displaying a collection of notable works by award-winning Sedona photographer Jim Peterson.
Every Christmas Story Ever Told stars William Gabriel Greer, Joshua Rivedal and Jimmy Shoffman.
Sedona’s Mountain Trails Gallery presents ‘Treasure Hunt: Gems of Sculpture, Paintings, and Other Delightful Things’
Mountain Trails Gallery at Tlaquepaque in Sedona will present its newest exhibit, “Treasure Hunt: Gems of Sculpture, Paintings, and Other Delightful Things,” which opens with a reception on First Friday, Dec. 4, from 4 -7 p.m.
For just about every play the Mingus Union football team faced in 2020, Drew Meyer was on the field.
Thanks to COVID-19, Camp Verde’s varsity played three football games this season.
With the number of COVID-19 cases surging in Arizona, the football season for Tucson schools came to an abrupt end this week.
The Arizona Department of Transportation “Plan” everyone is referring to is not a plan. It is a list of possibilities to be studied.
I have many questions trying to make sense out of the VOCA Board handling of the Patel Hotel request for construction of their Hilton Garden Inn.
- Letter: Cornville needs to stand firm in support of Verde Connect road project
- Letter: Camp Verde needs to fire loose cannon AKA Joe Butner
- GUEST EDITORIAL: County rejection of Verde Connect hurts economy, citizens
- Letter: Even ADOT said Verde Connect not needed 'if Cornville Road is widened to four lanes'
- Letter: Rejoining the Paris Agreement should not be a national priority
- Letter: Verde Connect: In uncertain times it is wise for the county to be prudent
- Letter: Public vote showed our communities wish to move forward with different priorities
- Commentary: Grassroots efforts of Save the Middle Verde, Verde DISConnect led to demise of Garrison, Verde Connect
- Commentary: Give thanks to George Washington for Thanksgiving
- Editorial: Thanksgiving hope for ‘good understanding’ still survives
If you’re interested in growing your own marijuana now that it’s legal, there’s a lot more to it than planting a seed and adding a little water.
"Larry Russell, who grew up beside Soldier Wash in Sedona, revisited his childhood home."
Have you ever turned a vision into reality? That is exactly what Hortensia Martinez did to birth Conscious Meals, a sensational grab-and-go eatery in West Sedona.
- The Fit Life: Addicted to the good stuff
- VERDE HERITAGE 1890: JEROME; The United Verde Copper Company Begins to Evolve.
- Kids can send letters through Santa’s mailbox in Cottonwood
- Through their eyes: Don and Gail Eberle experienced renewed patriotism through son’s 22-year military career
- Love of country came from Brenfleck’s mom
A 74-year-old man leaped into a Florida pond and wrestled open the jaws of an alligator that lunged from the water to attack his three-month-old puppy.
Rocky, the stowaway owl, is back in the wild.
- A crowded mountain can make silverback gorillas more violent
- Wisconsin trooper stops driver hauling snowmobile atop car
- Ukrainian tourist, Egyptian guide lose limbs in shark attack
- UK thief who sold stolen penguins on Facebook sent to prison
- Massive iceberg floats toward island of South Georgia, puts wildlife at risk
Helena Lorraine Bailey, 89, of Cottonwood passed away November 21, 2020 in Phoenix. She was born December 23, 1930 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the daughter of Joseph and Loretta Stanley.
Reverend Winston L. Worden December 17, 1934 – October 22, 2020, Age 85 Winston Lester Worden of Cottonwood, Arizona passed peacefully at Cottonwood Village on the late evening of October 22nd, 2020, at the end of a decade long demise from Lewy Body Dementia with complications from COVID 19.