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A shop building at a property on Long Rifle Road was burned during a fire Tuesday morning, according to Nate Bailey, Copper Canyon Fire and Medical fire marshal.
A woman being sought by Yavapai Silent Witness was discovered at a motel in Camp Verde on Tuesday, Jan. 24.
Four members of the Oath Keepers were convicted Monday of seditious conspiracy in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack in the second major trial of far-right extremists accused of plotting to forcibly keep President Donald Trump in power.
A Republican state senator’s personal experience with mental illness and homelessness derailed a bid by another GOP lawmaker, this one a former cop, to make sleeping on a sidewalk a state crime.
Democratic Rep. Ruben Gallego, a liberal firebrand and prominent Latino lawmaker, announced Monday he'll challenge independent U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema in 2024, becoming the first candidate to jump into the race and setting up a potential three-way contest.
- Maricopa County’s ozone pollution is high and getting worse
- Appeals court agrees to hear Lake's election complaint
- Pearce left legacy of conservative gains, immigration controversy
- Hobbs inaugural address calls for 'real progress' from lawmakers
- Cyclists reflect on growth, loss after deadly Arizona crash
Join the Sedona Camera Club for a presentation by internationally recognized photographer, cinematographer, and creativity educator Bruce Dorn.
It’s another week of great live music on the Sound Bites Grill musical menu featuring the crème de la crème of Sedona’s local performing artists.
Don’t miss the unique opportunity to join artist, instructor and naturalist Mary Helsaple on Monday, Jan. 30, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., for a free hands-on watercolor demonstration at Sedona Heritage Museum.
- Verde Valley Voices Spring Session has begun
- Guest Conductor Daniel O’Bryant comes to the Sedona Performing Arts Center Feb. 5
- Artist Leo Beltran’s work on display at Yavapai College-Sedona
- Rotary Club brings Armenian Dance to Sedona
- Jackman, Dern star in ‘The Son,’ premiering Jan. 27-Feb. 2 presented by SIFF
The weather in Yavapai County hasn’t resembled baseball weather of late, but that won’t stop the Roughriders from getting back on the diamond.
The Mingus Union High School girls’ track & field and cross country teams have been put on probation for one year, and an appeal of the probation will be discussed by the Mingus High School Governing Board at a special meeting today, Wednesday, Jan. 25, according to Superintendent Mike Westcott.
- ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Tristan Black
- Diamondbacks affiliate Hillsboro names woman as manager
- Cameron Johnson returns to delight of fans, helps Suns snap skid
- Cards GM Ossenfort on rebuild: 'Ego will not be tolerated'
- ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Mingus wrestling standout Brody Townsend preps for another run at state
- Gilbert native Brock Purdy ready for 1st playoff test with 49ers
- Camp Verde High School to send majority of players to state championship
- Mingus Wrestling Marauders off to a good 2022-23 season
- Jon Rahm gets another trophy and this one surprised even him
- Kingsbury, Keim out as Cardinals undergo franchise makeover
A letter to the editor in our Sunday, Jan. 22, edition that complained about the Cottonwood Police Department drew the ire of residents, one even apologizing for the length of the response because “I cannot adequately express my outrage in fewer words.”
Thank you, Fry’s and Fry’s shoppers, who participated in the “2022 Zero Hunger/Zero Waste Holiday Food Drive” that was recently held at our local Fry’s
School districts across the state of Arizona are, once again, facing a potential crisis that could result in catastrophic budgetary consequences this spring if our State Legislature does not take action.
The Cottonwood Police Department issued the following sex-offender notification Jan. 26, 2023.
Prior to the “1967 Snowstorms” old-timers remembered the 1916 storms. Newspaper reports tell the story.
- AZ businesses still looking for workers as more enter labor force
- Cornville volunteers recognized
- Mingus Union High School’s A.T.O.R.T. presents ‘Broadway Through the Decades!’
- Local First Arizona workshop to create inclusive work environment for LGBTQ+ community
- VERDE HERITAGE: 1911-1912 construction of Verde Valley Railway
- Firecreek Coffee partners with Ambiente
- PROBLEM SOLVED: Chase Sapphire Reserve card refunded a vacation rental, and then it didn’t
- Spring break preview: What to expect and how to have a smooth trip
- Spectrum Healthcare partners with Devereux to create new locations
- VERDE HERITAGE: 1937 UVX smelter at Clemenceau closes
Louise (Lovey) Warner of Cottonwood, Arizona passed away peacefully at the age of 105 on December 26, 2022.
Mary Katherine McDonald Lovell Bruce was born across the river in Camp Verde, Arizona on July 17, 1925 to Benjamin Everett McDonald and Ora Lee Sullivan.
Vernon “Scott” Lerette, 62, entered eternity on December 4, 2022. His interment service will be with military honors at Prescott National Cemetery (Veteran), March 2023.