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Plan for full closures and lane restrictions overnight on Interstate 17 as the I-17 Improvement Project between Anthem Way and Sunset Point continues.
As the student population grows every year, Camp Verde High School has been struggling with appropriate seating accommodations.
Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes was convicted Tuesday of seditious conspiracy for a violent plot to overturn President Joe Biden's election, handing the Justice Department a major victory in its massive prosecution of the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection.
A judge on Tuesday tossed out Abe Hamadeh's legal bid to have himself declared the winner in the race for attorney general.
Outgoing Gov. Doug Ducey said Wednesday his Republican administration will ensure an orderly transition to Democrat Katie Hobbs, his first public statement on her victory.
- Feds call Ducey’s claim to control border lands ‘flawed’
- AZ organization helps bridge gaps between foster kids and families
- Next AG: Mayes wins first count, but recount ahead
- Masters blames national GOP for loss to Kelly
- Attorney General investigating claims of Election Code violations in Maricopa County
- Six Months: Travel ID will be required in 2023 At TSA airport checkpoints
- Cochise County board delays certifying election results
- Hoffman concedes schools chief race, but recount looms in AG election
- 2 dead in train collision in Coconino County
- Masters concedes Senate race, Hobbs celebrates governor win
Music in the Stacks returns on Thursday, Dec. 8, at 5 p.m. in Camp Verde Community Library’s Fireside Room.
“Monday Movies on Main” continues on Monday, Dec. 12, with the Cottonwood premiere of “The Man Who Invented Christmas” at 7 p.m. at Old Town Center for the Arts.
After three slams this year, the Sedona Poetry Slam returns to the stage on Saturday, Dec. 10, starting at 7:30 p.m. Performance poets will bring high-energy, competitive spoken word to the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
- Red Rocks Music Festival concert ‘Mainly Beethoven’ Dec. 3
- Chamber Music Sedona launches 40th season with acclaimed pianist Inon Barnatan
- Tlaquepaque’s holiday events create enchantment
- Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Pinocchio’ screens in Sedona Dec. 2-8
- Holiday humor, music with Greg Tamblyn at Old Town Center for the Arts
I started playing football at the age of 8 years old in the third grade. I’ve been playing ever since.
Camp Verde and Mingus Union student-athletes received all-region recognition in football and volleyball, with more to come.
To tree, or not to tree, that is the question. Oh Christmas Angel, please guide my decision, as I am contemplating not putting up a Christmas tree this year.
A senior European Union official announced on Nov. 30, 2022, that the EU will work with the United Nations in the hopes of setting up a special court that would investigate and prosecute Russian President Vladimir Putin and other Russian leaders for the crime of aggression in Ukraine.
- Editorial Cartoon: Michael Ramirez
- Commentary: County supervisors’ boardrooms took a special kind of bravery this week
- Around the Bluhmin’ Town: Weird and scary stories from Black Friday
- Letter: Thank you, and please help
- Editorial: Let state Election Law prevail as anxious candidates turn to courts
It’s that wonderful time of the year again for sharing love and enjoyment in some of the fun things at this time of the year for all of us kids – young and not so young.
The Jerome Chamber of Commerce is rising like a Phoenix from the ashes of COVID-19 on the surprising energy of young artists in a town known more for its history and elder population.
Charlene Johnson-Call, 89, went to be with the Lord on November, 24, 2022 in Cottonwood, Arizona.
Stella Marie Stark, 79, of Camp Verde, Arizona, passed away on November 13, 2022, after a long battle with cancer.