Welcome to Cottonwood’s new boutique full of women’s clothing with a personal touch, Sarah James Boutique.
Red Rock State Park, an environmental education center and nature preserve in Sedona, is seeking new volunteers to assist visitors, lead activities and help with special projects.
It's a Monday in September, but with schools closed, the three children in the Pruente household have nowhere to be. Callahan, 13, contorts herself into a backbend as 7-year-old Hudson fiddles with a balloon and 10-year-old Keegan plays the piano.
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The Dark Sky-compliant lights are up and on for the Camp Verde Sports Complex.
The Cottonwood Police Department say a K-9 dog sniffed out a stash of fentanyl during a traffic stop on State Route 260 on Tuesday, Sept. 26.
A 16-year-old boy was arrested Thursday in northern England in connection with what authorities described as the "deliberate" felling of a famous tree that had stood for nearly 200 years next to the Roman landmark Hadrian's Wall.
Andreas Rohrmoser has been forging thousands of wrought-iron pans the old-fashioned way in his centuries-old hammer mill in the Bavarian village of Bad Oberdorf near the Austria border.
Upon spotting a zookeeper laden with a bucket full of fruit-flavored ice pops, black spider monkeys in Rio de Janeiro's BioParque gracefully swung their way towards him on Friday, chattering excitedly.
- A toddler lost in the woods is found asleep using family dog as a pillow
- Wandering bull moose is captured in downtown Santa Fe
- Let skeeters feed on you for science? Welcome to front lines of mosquito control
- Something extra in your food - like rocks, insects and plastic
- China authorities arrest 2 for smashing shortcut through Great Wall with excavator
- Fish with a funny float gets a CT scan at the Denver Zoo
- Police stop Nebraska man for bucking the law with a bull riding shotgun in his car
- 'Like Snoop Dogg's living room': Smell of pot wafts over notorious U.S. Open court
- Rare blue supermoon brightens night sky this week
- Neurosurgeon plucks live worm from woman's brain
The top elected Republican in Arizona is refusing to recognize the "executive deputy directors'' named by Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs.
The Citizens Clean Elections Commission is moving to ensure the next time you see a political commercial you won't have to guess who really is paying for it.
Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer told a judge Thursday he should reject a bid by failed gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake to get access to signatures on early ballot envelopes.
- The fight over Arizona's shipping container border wall ends with dismissal of federal lawsuits
- Updated COVID-19 vaccine OK’d, experts urge people to roll up their sleeves
- Virginia man dies trying to hike Grand Canyon rim-to-rim
- Arizona COVID-19 cases double since June as virus rebounds
- Court rejects demand to make Forest Service outlaw lead ammo
- Arizona superintendent to use COVID relief for $40 million tutoring program
- Phoenix man let 10-year-old son drive pickup truck on freeway, police say
- Legacy of Native American boarding schools comes into view through new interactive map
- Poll finds AZ has ‘most confrontational’ drivers
- AZ GOP wants to run its own presidential preference
The Jerome Chamber of Commerce Art in the Park celebrations have proven to be so much fun that we’re doing another one.
The Jazz Greats Concert Series continues this weekend at Sound Bites Grill with jazz impresario Dave Len Scott playing Friday, Sept. 29, from 6 to 9 p.m. and Groove Jazz master JJ Sansaverino playing Saturday, Sept. 30, from 7 to 9 p.m.
The Sedona Heritage Museum is excited to announce the return of its popular monthly program featuring historical interpreters. The program returns on Oct. 5 at 3:30 p.m. with a new name: History Alive!
- It’s Sammy Davis & Alex Ogburn at Bella Vita Ristorante this weekend
- Music in the Stacks features Joe Feldman
- ‘A Peter, Paul and Mary Experience’ by renowned tribute band MacDougal Street West live at the Fisher Theatre Sept. 30 and Oct. 1
- Birds are on the move; so is NAAS!
- Sedona Car Club Annual Car Show
- Arizona Highways publisher speaks at Sedona Public Library Sept. 19
- Verde River Day is back for 34th annual celebration
- Sedona Elks invite all to a 1950's 'Sock Hop'
- Archaeology Museum opens Grand Canyon Artifact Exhibition
- Team behind Merkin Vineyards, Caduceus Cellars announces opening of new Cottonwood development
Dolphins receiver Tyreek Hill, who discussed having adult film star ambitions earlier this week, earned a response from ESPN's Stephen A. Smith about the potential post-NFL career change.
Despite no penalty being called, this dirty play will likely result in a suspension.
- Jamal Adams Says He Considered Retiring at 26 After Last Year’s Devastating Injury
- Packers Put Out Statement Over Concerns About Lions Fans Swarming Lambeau Field
- Deion Sanders, Michael Irvin Share Emotional Embrace in Special Moment on ‘Undisputed’
- Yankees Pull Pitcher Carlos Rodón After One of the Worst Starts Imaginable
- Pat McAfee Pledges $100k to a Great Cause If Duke Beats Notre Dame
- Urban Meyer Shares Honest Thoughts on Ryan Day’s Fiery Interview After Notre Dame Win
- Report: Damar Hamlin Set to Take Final Step in Remarkable NFL Comeback
- Jets Pass Rusher Makes Bold Declaration About Facing Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs
- Eagles’ Darius Slay Has One Piece of Harsh Criticism for Other NFL Veterans
- Bears’ Chase Claypool Honest on Whether Team’s Offense Shows His ‘Best’
Young soldiers, far away from home and missing their families, discover a bear cub. That’s how the story of Wojtek begins, back in 1942. He was alone in the mountains of Iran; nobody knows how he got there.
Autumn is arguably the best time of year in the Verde Valley. It is certainly a great time express appreciation for the opportunity to live in the proximity of one of the state’s natural wonders.
- Editorial: City council is not a fun job, but it needs you
- Pass It On: Chris Smith: From Homeless to Johns Hopkins
- Around the Bluhmin’ Town: Throwing your weight around ... if you admit to it
- Column: Flag football at the Olympics? Stop chuckling, it might happen ... soon
- Pass It On: To the coaches of pint-sized athletes...
Naomi Thede, 84, of Gilbert, Arizona died peacefully at the Lund Hospice Home on Sept. 12, 2023, surrounded by her family. A celebration of life will take place in Iowa next summer.
Marji Ware, 89, of Cottonwood, Arizona, passed into heaven peacefully Thursday, Sept. 14, 2023. She was born in Cottonwood on March, 4, 1934, to the late Robert and Zelma Love.