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YC Scholarship for care center employees honors Sedona woman

A tragic accident at the age of 25 prevented Barbara Gehring from living a full life, but it didn’t prevent her from knowing the love of two families – her biological kin and the nurses and staff at Haven Health Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Sedona.

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Sudden Rollovers

Sunday, Sept. 25, 2022, a vehicle went off Cornville Road and rolled over down an embankment, right in front of Verde Valley Fire Chief Danny Johnson

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Explore downtown Clarkdale during Clarktoberfest Saturday

In its eighth year, Clarktoberfest will be a scaled-down affair Saturday, Oct. 1, in downtown Clarkdale.

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Planned Parenthood seeks delay in implementing old abortion law

Planned Parenthood Arizona is asking a Pima County judge to delay implementing her ruling that most abortions in Arizona are illegal.

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Opponents fall short of signatures needed to stop universal vouchers

Universal vouchers of public funds for 1.1 million public school students to attend private and parochial schools are on their way to becoming legal in Arizona.

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Judge takes Arizona abortion law back to territorial days

Virtually all abortions in Arizona are now illegal.

Reader Poll:

Has American media spent too much time covering the death and legacy of Queen Elizabeth II?

  • Yes, we’re not British 41%
  • No, she’s an important world figure 59%
  • I don't know 0%

34 total votes

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‘Colors of the West’ aglow at Mountain Trails Gallery

Mountain Trails Gallery is proud to present “Colors of the West,” one of the gallery’s most festive exhibitions of the year, featuring vibrant landscape and figurative paintings from the new season by a remarkable group of award-winning artists.

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Living the Good Life: Annual group art exhibition curated by Goldenstein Gallery

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty is announced their sixth annual art exhibit “Living the Good Life,” curated by Linda Goldenstein and Goldenstein Gallery.

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Bubbles & Ball Gowns

Metamorphosis Studio hosts Bubbles and Ball Gowns, a soiree of color and fantastical imagery, open to the public with the merriment commencing on Friday, Sept. 30, from 4 to 9 p.m., complete with sparkling beverages, music, art and community.

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Cowboys clobber Lions in tune-up for region

The Camp Verde High School football team roughed up winless St. John Paul II Catholic on Friday, 58-0 to keep their perfect season intact.

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Talk of Robert Sarver, Jae Crowder define unusual Suns Media Day

For a franchise coming off an extraordinary 64-win regular season, the Phoenix Suns faced an offseason that can best be chronicled as tumultuous and bizarre.

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Patrick Woods named Yavapai College’s head baseball coach

The Yavapai College athletics department is excited to announce the hiring of Patrick Woods to be the seventh head baseball coach in Yavapai College history.

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Verde Heritage: Early Verde Valley Irrigation

For more than 1,000 years, Verde Valley residents have been diverting water from springs, creeks and the Verde River for domestic and agricultural uses.

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Adopt a Child (or more)

At the Arizona Department of Child Safety, children come into care through no fault of their own and often have trauma they carry with them.

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Newells celebrate 50th anniversary

Norman Trent Newell, a graduate of Pioneer High school in Royal Center, Indiana, and Rebecca Karen Pieper, a graduate of North Side High School in Fort Wayne, Indiana, met at Indiana University in Bloomington in the fall of 1971.

Reader Poll:

Has American media spent too much time covering the death and legacy of Queen Elizabeth II?

  • Yes, we’re not British 41%
  • No, she’s an important world figure 59%
  • I don't know 0%

34 total votes

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Obituary: Cheryl Ann Ross

Cheryl Ann Ross of Cornville, Arizona passed away peacefully Saturday, August 27, 2022. She was born in Cresco, Iowa on March 23, 1935 to Willard (Bill) and Sadie Bents.

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Obituary: Mark W. Bishop

Mark William Bishop November 5, 1952 to August 20, 2022. Mark passed away quietly in his home in Cottonwood, Arizona, with his wife, Jill, in attendance after a long battle with cancer.

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Obituary: Jennifer Kennedy

Jennifer Sechrist Kennedy January 29, 1991 - May 28, 2022 Cornville, AZ CELEBRATION of JENNI! To celebrate the Joy that is Jenni, a memorial service and gathering is being held on October 1, 2022 at 11 a.m. at Our Shepherd Lutheran Church at 1090 S. Page Springs Rd., Cornville, AZ 86325

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Hundreds of fans turned out for the Naughty Bits unique rooftop show on the Operating Room at the Old Jerome High School Saturday Aug. 8, 2022. The audience sat in warm temperatures sitting in lawns chairs with their coolers and others danced in the moonlight to the local band.