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On his first day in office, President Joe Biden sent to Congress his plan to reform the U.S. immigration system.
State lawmakers are moving to let people divert more of the tax they owe the state to instead help their children and grandchildren attend college.
Doing something gross with food that isn't yours in hopes of getting hits on your YouTube, Facebook or Instagram account could soon land you behind bars.
Pandemic or no pandemic, Chandler Plante will lead his 10th consecutive Martin Luther King Jr. Day march Monday in Camp Verde.
In March, Yavapai County Superior Court Judge John Napper will consider a motion to reject Bruce George’s defamation lawsuit against the Town of Camp Verde.
- March 31 deadline for discovery in Bruce George defamation lawsuit
- The Pandemic Economy: Camp Verde reports five revenue records in 2020
- Copper Canyon Fire looks forward to new Cherry Creek Road fire station
- Camp Verde board votes 3-2 to return to hybrid learning
- Camp Verde to consider return to hybrid learning
Have you ever kept a secret for five years? The burglar or burglars who took $350,000 from the Cottonwood Bank of America Bank have.
- Silent Witness: Reward offered on two men in Verde Valley crimes
- Sheriff’s Office issues scam warning; Cottonwood man victimized
- Man accused of killing father out on bail again
- Camp Verde man indicted on second-degree murder charge; accused of killing son
- Man accused in Clarkdale murder still behind bars; woman accused of hindering prosecution out of jail
Sedona artist Julie Talbot has three paintings entered in the online, virtual Northern Arizona Watermedia Show, March 1-14, at naws-az.org.
The Verde Valley Sinfonietta has canceled its Feb. 7 concert due to COVID-19 restrictions.
“The Beauty of the West” opens with a reception on Friday, Feb. 5, from 4-7 p.m. at Mountain Trails Gallery in Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village.
- Melinda McElroy newest board member of Sedona Arts Academy
- Sedona Film Fest presents ‘The Last Station’ encore Feb. 2
- Sedona Film Fest presents ‘Rams’ premiere Jan. 29-Feb. 4
- Sedona Film Fest presents ‘The Silent Revolution’ encore Jan. 29-Feb. 4
- Music Review: Moon Taxi, a cab simply not worth hailing anymore
The Cactus League has asked Major League Baseball (MLB) to delay the start of spring training in Arizona due to high COVID-19 infection rates in Maricopa County.
Saturday, Mingus Union's wrestlers looked solid across most weight classes in their 55-15 dual win over the Prescott Badgers.
I am just an average guy with a wife that has an as-yet incurable disease and has used medical cannabis for years to treat the condition.
Unlike traditional hotel/motel lodging, AutoCamp isn’t a jobs creator. The trailers are manufactured and delivered from out of state, and the lion’s share of revenue from the $300/night venture will be sent back to the AutoCamp corporate headquarters in San Francisco.
- Letter: Attempt to storm Congress was fueled by reasonable perplexity
- Letter: I was in the frontlines and there was no fraud
- Letter: Safety, equality, opportunity essential to assure reproductive justice
- Letter: Mathews way off base with comments about McGuireville shipping containers
- Editorial: Is new city hall a need or want?
The mineral patent in the name of Elizabeth C. Fisher was obtained for the "Little Daisy" on July 8, 1901. Her husband, the largest stockholder, was in charge of work at the mine.
Emerald Waves Soulutions will offer personal exploration and soul growth services, such as Tarot/Oracle readings, shadow work, astrological readings and numerology.
- Sewing business 'Stitches' moves to Outpost Mall
- Commentary: Lasting lesson of 2020: Compassion saves us all
- VERDE HERITAGE 1917: JEROME; Maria Herrera and Victor Vasquez were Shot December 30
- VERDE HERITAGE 1897: NEWS FROM JEROME, December 28
- VERDE HERITAGE: 1907: CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR JOHN SULLIVAN; December 25, continued
The International Space Station bid adieu Tuesday to 12 bottles of French Bordeaux wine and hundreds of snippets of grapevines that spent a year orbiting the world in the name of science.
g> A racing pigeon has survived an extraordinary 8,000-mile Pacific Ocean crossing from the United States to find a new home in Australia. Now authorities consider the bird a quarantine risk and plan to kill it.
- Annual list of banished words and terms include 'COVID-19' and 'social distancing'
- After 50 years, hippies welcome in an Indiana county
- Police officer pays for shoplifting suspects’ holiday dinner
- Massachusetts lawmaker wants to name official state dinosaur
- Remorseful man returns statue’s stolen sword after 40 years
In Loving Memory, Linda Louise Martinez (Jung) Our beloved wife, mother, NeeNee, sister, aunt and friend, Linda Louise Martinez (Jung) passed away peacefully at her home, surrounded by family, after an exceptionally courageous 5 year battle with ovarian cancer.
Anna Rebecca (McElroy) Floyd, 81, of Cottonwood, Arizona passed away peacefully on Thursday, December 3, 2020 after a long illness. There has been no memorial service due to Covid restrictions.