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Recreational vehicle enthusiasts hunker down in hopes of avoiding COVID-19

When social distancing and other coronavirus-related restrictions were first implemented, Anna Kunze of Distant Drums RV Resort noticed a “large increase of people canceling” their reservations.

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School board election packets now available

Of Yavapai County’s 65 school board elections in November, 22 are to fill seats in the Verde Valley.

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Education Foundation to recognize 12 county co-teachers of the year

Due to the coronavirus pandemic and imposed cautions and restrictions, the Yavapai County Education Foundation Board agreed Wednesday to cancel this year’s Teacher of the Year Banquet.

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Cecilio Cruz murder trial delayed yet again

The trial of a man accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend more than 23 years ago has had his murder trial moved back once again — but only by one month.

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Dead woman found on bank in Verde Lakes area

According to a news release sent out Monday afternoon by the Camp Verde Marshal’s Office, a woman’s body was found along the bank of West Clear Creek Sunday morning.

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Landlord gets probation, suspended jail sentence for property violations

A property owner pleaded guilty last week to three counts regarding his misconduct in maintaining two Old Town Cottonwood homes he had rented out.

Reader Poll:

Do you believe mandatory quarantines should be ordered to combat COVID-19?

  • Yes 78%
  • No 22%

309 total votes

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Five historical facts about Jerome

Jerome got its name from Eugene Jerome, a major financier of the United Verde Copper Company in the late 19th Century. Eugene was cousins with Jennie Jerome, the mother of Winston Churchill.

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55th Annual Jerome Historic Home and Building Tour May 16-17

The Jerome Chamber of Commerce is preparing its yearly exploration of the back streets of this historic mining town with the 55th Annual Home and Building Tour, May 16-17.

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Chris Deverill joins Goldenstein Gallery

Goldenstein Art has announced that Chris Deverill has joined their team of artists.

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VERDE HERITAGE 1914: Verde Valley Prosperity

One year before the new smelter at Clarkdale began operations and four years before the new smelter at Verde/Clemenceau began filling the skies with smoke, farms, orchards, and vineyards were thriving. Irrigation water from artesian wells drilled after 1911 and ditch development brought agricultural prosperity to valley farmers who sold what they produced to the residents of the mining and smel...

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Grape news: Verde Valley close to becoming a designated wine region

Wine drinkers may soon be able to reach for that Verde Valley vintage, if local wineries and vineyards have their way.

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Western Light: Signs of the Times

In 2019, Clear Creek flooded on February 14. This year, it's March 14. The crossing on Verde Lakes Drive is, once again, not only flooded but torn up by the raging creek. Will the road be fixed in time for the monsoons? Only time will tell.

Reader Poll:

Do you believe mandatory quarantines should be ordered to combat COVID-19?

  • Yes 78%
  • No 22%

309 total votes

See past polls