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State lawmakers took the first steps Wednesday to what could be a doubling of the state's gasoline tax.
A federal judge has concluded that Customs and Border Protection is detaining people in a way that violates their rights.
Women who want to get breast implants would be required to get more information about the side effects, under the terms of legislation approved Wednesday by a Senate committee.
- Proposed law would lower minimum prison time for non-violent crimes
- Carol German files ethics complaint against Camp Verde planning commissioner
- Report card gives Verde River a ‘C-plus’ grade
- Davis, Pearsall in running to be new county treasurer
- Officials say Arizona Boy Scouting unaffected by national bankruptcy
- DHS waves federal regulations to speed construction of border wall
- Thorpe-backed resolution creates day to honor 'victims of communism'
- GOP proposals in state assembly would raise bar for voter initiatives
- Community events and announcements, Feb. 18, 2020
- Coronavirus fears re-ignite bias against Asian Americans
“If any apologies are in order, it is Ms. McPhail who needs to apologize to the citizens of Camp Verde, the entire council, and especially to councilors Joe Butner and Bill LeBeau for her behavior in public and her written communications,” German wrote.
Last fall, Dave Meyers went to drive-in movies in the San Diego and Austin communities. In April, the Cottonwood resident plans to open a mobile drive-in movie theater on State Route 260.
At about 10:20 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 15, Cottonwood police arrested two men believed to be shoplifting at the Cottonwood Walmart.
At about 5:45 p.m. Saturday, Cottonwood police arrested a man and woman, both age 25, for possession of drug paraphernalia.
A jury awarded nearly $5 million to two women last year in a civil suit against a Cottonwood man who is now about to stand trial on felony sex offense charges stemming from the same incidents that led to the civil suit.
The Sedona Heritage Museum will host a special presentation Thursday, Feb. 20, 10 a.m., at the Museum when Sedona native Fred L. Piper will talk about his experiences as a WWII ball turret gunner on a B-17 named “Flak Eater.”
Friends of the Verde River presents the eighth annual Verde River Runoff, Saturday, March 21 in Camp Verde.
Professional photographer Pam Taylor will present at the meeting of the Sedona Camera Club starting at 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24, at the Christ Lutheran Church, 25 Chapel Road, Sedona.
- Cottonwood Main Stage presents Fayuca and Desert Fish
- Music & more every night at Vino Di Sedona
- Julie Bernstein Engelmann presents El Valle Artist Association February Workshop
- Troubadour Marshall Trimble returns to Old Town Center for the Arts
- Chamber Music Sedona presents world-renowned Aizuri String Quartet
PRESCOTT VALLEY – Boys high school wrestling participation numbers are dropping, but girls high school wrestling is booming in Arizona since it became a sanctioned sport two years ago.
PRESCOTT VALLEY — Mingus Union boys wrestling finished fifth and junior Conrad Brady won a state championship on Saturday night.
- Double duty: ‘Part time wrestler’ Zoey Arwine earns state tournament berths in wrestling and soccer
- Mingus boys wrestling finishes third at sectionals, sends eight to state
- Short-handed CV wrestling qualifies four for state
- Mingus girls soccer earns top eight state seed, home game
- ‘Let them play’: LGBTQ community protests proposed transgender sports bill
Rants & Raves will be your chance to sound off in 40 words or less about what you like most, or least, about the Verde Valley, or to share your insights on the local, state and national news issues of the day.
Status quo seems to not exist in the vocabulary of still-new Cottonwood City Manager Ron Corbin.
- Letter: Just let us vote on school district consolidation
- Editorial: Changing times forces reduction in VI publishing schedule
- Letter: Citizens need to be vigilant on Spring Creek Ranch
- Letter: When will County Supervisors wake up to dangers on Cornville Road?
- Letter: Contact Yavapai County about Spring Creek Ranch
- Letter: Where is the American spirit that allows people to follow their conscience?
- Letter: Shortage of workforce housing a business model error
- Letter: Affordable, quality health care should not be a political football
- Letter: We are a county who gives sanctuary to guns, and to heck with kids in the cages
- Editorial: Cottonwood needs to think big on tiny homes
The large lake extending from near the Wingfield Warehouse at Camp Verde to the dam is expected to be a great benefit to the Verde, Paradise, and Deer valleys and to Arizona.
Tim dreams of having his own YouTube channel or game show and would love to learn about media production.
Camp Verde High School senior Justin Ritzenthaler is the school’s Kiwanis Student of the Month for December. Ritzenthaler has a 3.9 GPA and is ranked fourth in his class.
Bill and Tina (Kaufmann) Bryant of Oak Creek Valley celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary Nov. 29. They were married at the Eastside Church of the Nazarene in Phoenix Arizona.
Ruth Marie Busse Oestmann, 95, of Cottonwood, Arizona, was welcomed into the arms of her Lord Jesus on February 13th, 2020.
Bruce Elliotte White, age 67, was born on December 15, 1952 and passed away on February 3, 2020.