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Yavapai College is back with in-person classes

The public got a peek at Yavapai College’s Verde Valley campus last Saturday during its open house after the pandemic closed the campus to most students for in-person learning last year.

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Budget, transit bus fares on City Council agenda

Approval of its annual budget and possibly reinstituting transit bus fares are among the items on a busy agenda for the next Cottonwood City Council meeting.

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Clarkdale town manager resigns

Clarkdale Mayor Robyn Prud’homme-Bauer said Friday that she and the Town Council reluctantly accepted a resignation letter from Hlavinka.

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Camp Verde School Board names Hicks administrator-in-charge

The Camp Verde School Board unanimously approved Business Services Director Steve Hicks as the administrator-in-charge Tuesday after accepting Superintendent Danny Howe’s request for retirement.

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Camp Verde Superintendent Danny Howe asks to retire early

The Camp Verde School Board will consider releasing Superintendent Danny Howe from his present contract due to personal reasons at its regular meeting Tuesday night.

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Camp Verde leases Verde Lakes Ponds for new community park

The Camp Verde Town Council has approved the lease about 6.8 acres of Verde Lakes Recreational Corporation property for a publicly maintained municipal park.

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Man accused of assaulting officer, illegally trying to enter homes

A Cottonwood man was jailed this week after he allegedly tried to enter a vacant home and later assaulted an officer.

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Reward offered in Daniel Bright School vandalism

The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office said deputies were called to Dr. Daniel Bright School in the early morning hours of Wednesday, June 2, for a report of gunfire. While deputies didn’t find any evidence guns had been fired in the area, they did discover broken windows and vandalism at the school.

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Accused killer from Lower Oak Creek Estates incident returns to court Tuesday

David J. Shultz, 24, of Cornville, is due to appear before Superior Court Judge Michael Bluff on Tuesday, June 1, for a pre-trial conference.

Reader Poll:

Do you agree with the City Council’s decision to designate Cottonwood a Bill of Rights sanctuary city?

  • Yes 60%
  • No 40%

196 total votes

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Demise of the Great American Bookstore

Owner Ranney Moss said she opened the bookstore in the Old Town location almost 20 years ago and now the building has been sold. Moss said the new owners have other plans for the space.

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55th Wedding Anniversary

Cottonwood’s Thomas and Diana Serafini were married June 10, 1966, in Santa Fe Springs, California. Longtime residents of Cottonwood, the Serafinis are the parents of two children, Matthew Serafini and Emily Serafini

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A Look Back: Navajo Code Talker Dan Akee inspired many at 2010 Memorial Day program

On Memorial Day 2010, the staff of Montezuma Castle National Monument hosted an educational program by Navajo Code Talker Dan Akee.

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South Dakota pitcher’s prosthetic arm found at recycler

A college baseball player from South Dakota whose prosthetic arm was stolen from his vehicle got it back last Tuesday after it was found at a recycling plant.

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Nurses, doctor help ‘lucky’ mom who gave birth on flight

A doctor and a team of neonatal medical professionals were in the right place at the right time — helping a Utah woman deliver her baby onboard an hourslong flight to Hawaii.

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Two planes collide midair above Denver, no one injured

Two small airplanes collided in midair Wednesday near Denver, leaving one aircraft nearly ripped in half and forcing the pilot of the other to deploy a parachute attached to the plane to land safely. Remarkably, no one was injured, officials said.

Reader Poll:

Do you agree with the City Council’s decision to designate Cottonwood a Bill of Rights sanctuary city?

  • Yes 60%
  • No 40%

196 total votes

See past polls