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Tuesday, Arizona state senators rejected the one tax break sought by Gov. Doug Ducey in his State of the State speech.
A new U.S. Supreme Court ruling likely slams the door on the ability of the family of a teen killed by a Border Patrol agent in Nogales to sue him and, by extension, the federal government.
Join the Town of Camp Verde for a public open house where residents can provide input and learn about the Camp Verde Urban-Upland Trail Plan.
Come to Camp Verde Community Library’s Founders Room from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. Tuesdays through April 14 for no-cost tax preparation and e-filing services for taxpayers of all ages by AARP Tax-Aide IRS-certified volunteers.
- Camp Verde High School Student of the Month: February 2020
- Wischmeyer files ethics complaint against Camp Verde mayor
- County Planning and Zoning says no to Primrose
- Camp Verde council unanimously approves bid on sports complex
- No reprimand for Butner, LeBeau as Camp Verde Council votes 5-to-1 against censure, sanctions
- Carol German files ethics complaint against Camp Verde planning commissioner
- Cottonwood man plans drive-in movie theater in Camp Verde
- Camp Verde council expected to approve bid on sports complex
- Camp Verde council considers censure, sanctions against Butner, LeBeau
- County to consider zoning change for 302 housing units in Rimrock
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is still seeking your help in locating a convicted criminal — and the reward for information that leads to his arrest is now more than $2,000.
At about 10:20 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 15, Cottonwood police arrested two men believed to be shoplifting at the Cottonwood Walmart.
The highly anticipated 2020 Sedona Bridal Show and Boot Camp is coming to L’Auberge de Sedona, 301 L’Auberge Lane, Sedona.
Red Earth Theatre's production of Pink Nectar Café at Old Town Center for the Arts has been delayed until March 27, 7:30 p.m., and March 28, 3 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 28, 5 p.m., the Poetry and Prose Project will present one of Northern Arizona’s most famous poets when James Jay reads from his newest book Barman.
- Sedona concert series ‘The Hum’ hosts Phoenix Stompers ‘Mr. Mudd and Mr. Gold’
- Beer School, Fuego Friday and more at Cottonwood Main Stage
- Ratliff Gallery presents ‘Sky, Earth, Magic’ with Cedric Michael Cox
- Unleash Your Inner Artist: Symposium to bring world-class photographers to Sedona
- View Mike Koopsen’s fine art photography exhibit at City Hall
PHOENIX – The NFL scouting combine is known to be all about numbers and measurables. How high can you jump? How fast can you run? What’s your 40 time, and can you maneuver through a collection of cones?
Camp Verde High girls basketball punched its ticket to the final four.
- Camp Verde wrestling's Woodard finishes sixth at state
- Mingus girls soccer reaches state elite eight
- Brooks’ basket highlights LW’s senior night against Mingus
- Here comes the boom: Arizona girls high school wrestling participation nearly doubles
- Mingus boys wrestling finishes fifth at state, Brady wins championship
The ongoing legislative debate over how much and what kind of control Arizona cities and towns should have over the short-term rental industry.
The BeneVet Bowling Funfest had another successful year, 11 years in a row. Pretty good record for a two-day bowling event.
Some of our volunteers have done this volunteering for community for over 25, 20, 15 years and less. These folks do this for love of community, with the only pay being the satisfaction of making a difference.
- Commentary: Rising to the challenge of education
- Letter: Rimrock residents must remain vigilant on Primrose Peaks project
- Editorial: Council sent wrong message with Butner, LeBeau decision
- Rants & Raves opinion feature to debut March 8
- Editorial: Ignoring status quo a step in right direction for Cottonwood
- Letter: When it comes to guns, people want common sense laws
- Letter: Just let us vote on school district consolidation
- Editorial: Changing times forces reduction in VI publishing schedule
- Letter: Citizens need to be vigilant on Spring Creek Ranch
- Letter: When will County Supervisors wake up to dangers on Cornville Road?
These are Arizona’s children: Daniel is always willing to lend a helpful hand, whether at home or in the classroom.
It's the time of year again, the short period when the Mason Ditch shuts down for maintenance.
After a shootout in a Phoenix suburb involving federal agents of Homeland Security Investigations, a team of student reporters at the Howard Center for Investigative Journalism began examining use of force by federal law enforcement.
Camp Verde High School senior Anna Johnson is the school’s February Kiwanis Student of the Month.
Camp Verde High School senior Justin Ritzenthaler is the school’s Kiwanis Student of the Month for December. Ritzenthaler has a 3.9 GPA and is ranked fourth in his class.
Bill and Tina (Kaufmann) Bryant of Oak Creek Valley celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary Nov. 29. They were married at the Eastside Church of the Nazarene in Phoenix Arizona.
John Carl (Jack) Young, 75, passed from this earth on Sunday, Feb. 16th, 2020 at his home, surrounded by his wonderful children, loving wife of 53 years and his devoted buddy, Ruckus.
Peter W. Gardner, 80, of Clarkdale, Arizona, passed away at his home on Monday, January 13, 2020.