Second year head coach Aaron Gronwald has made a name for himself as he led Camp Verde High School’s varsity football team and himself to multiple 2A Agua Fria Region titles.
Though Arizona may be a desert, the recreational pastime of fishing is still alive and well. Hatcheries like Page Springs are able to provide the public with fish and preserve an activity that many enjoy.
- New coffee shop brings art, homemade recipes to Rimrock
- Ask the Contractor: Home trends in Yavapai County includes ‘barn-dominium’ conversions
- Sheriff Rhodes goes back to grade school
- Camp Verde dirt biker raises trophy in Argentina
- Rosalynn Carter honored by family, friends, first ladies and presidents, including husband Jimmy
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Savannah Sandoval, 36, of Camp Verde, was sentenced in November by U.S. District Judge Steven P. Logan to 24 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release. Sandoval also was ordered to pay over $650,000 in restitution.
The Town of Camp Verde is hosting its annual Camp Verde Parade of Lights and Christmas Craft Bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 9.
A critically endangered Sumatran rhino was born in Indonesia's western island of Sumatra on Saturday, the second Sumatran rhino born in the country this year and a welcome addition to a species that currently numbers fewer than 50 animals.
It was an unorthodox commute to work Sunday for Arizona Cardinals outside linebacker Jesse Luketa, one that he will remember forever.
Artificial intelligence employed by the U.S. military has piloted pint-sized surveillance drones in special operations forces' missions and helped Ukraine in its war against Russia. It tracks soldiers' fitness, predicts when Air Force planes need maintenance and helps keep tabs on rivals in space.
- NFL RedZone Channel broadcast interrupted due to fire alarm
- Hard-to-eradicate 'super pigs' in Canada threatening to invade U.S.
- The journey of Minnesota's Rutt the moose is tracked by a herd of fans
- Horse on a plane forces return to New York
- New island emerges after undersea volcano erupts off Japan but may not last long
- NASA spacecraft discovers tiny moon around asteroid during close flyby
- Arizona woman dies in encounter with elk
- Not so fast! Wrong distance means no world record in women's walk race at Pan Am Games
- Last operating US prison ship set to close
- Man trapped in jewelry vault overnight is freed when timer opens the chamber as scheduled
Gov. Katie Hobbs has found at least one issue in which she disagrees with the last Democrat who was governor of Arizona.
The state grand jury has indicted two of the three Cochise County supervisors on charges of conspiracy relating to the 2022 general election.
Tensions are bubbling up at thirsty Arizona alfalfa farms as foreign firms exploit unregulated water
A blanket of bright green alfalfa spreads across western Arizona's McMullen Valley, ringed by rolling mountains and warmed by the hot desert sun.
- Motive behind tighter voter-registration rules can be questioned in court
- AG goes after insulin makers for excessive cost
- Tribal police officer arrested in connection to a hit-and-run accident
- AZ tests ground for legalizing medicinal mushrooms
- US closes border crossing to vehicles and limits traffic at another in response to illegal entries
- Restoration: Tattoos removed from sex trafficking survivors
- Mohave County again rejects push for hand count
- Arizona Republican lawmakers announce plan to raise teacher pay
- Restaurateurs boiling over chicken-saving egg rules
- Former Arizona Corrections director pleads no contest over armed standoff with officers
The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Northern Arizona premiere of “The Shift” showing Dec. 1-7 at the Alice Gill-Sheldon and Mary D. Fisher Theatres.
Old Town Center for the Arts’ weekly event “Monday Movies on Main” continues on Dec. 4 with the Cottonwood premiere of “Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool” at 7 p.m. through a partnership with Sedona International Film Festival.
Sedona musician Dan Vega released his fourth full-length album, “Desert Queen,” on Nov. 11. The album features eight new original songs and is available on most streaming platforms.
- Artist Open Studio
- 36th annual Made in Clarkdale Artist Showcase returns Nov. 30-Dec. 3
- Jerome’s 1st Saturday Art & Wine Walk celebrates the holidays
- ‘Home Front Wives of World War II’ a remarkable journey through love and history
- ‘Linda Ronstadt Tribute: Just One Look’ starring Mindy Ronstadt and The Tributaries in live concert Dec. 2
Lawrence suffered the injury during the fourth quarter of Monday’s loss to Cincinnati.
On a night that had all the makings of a coronation for the AFC’s new No. 1 seed, the scene quickly turned somber as Jacksonville lost the game and its quarterback.
- Trevor Lawrence’s Painful Walk to Locker Room Made Fans Ask if Jaguars Have a Cart
- Trevor Lawrence’s Health in Question After Suffering Ankle Injury Against Bengals
- Peyton Manning Got So Mad After Bengals WR Tyler Boyd Threw Costly INT on Dreadful Trick Play vs. Jaguars
- Pacers’ Buddy Hield Found Perfect Way to Rub in Win Over Celtics With Pettiest Buzzer-Beater
- Pacers’ Tyrese Haliburton Eliminated Celtics From NBA In-Season Tournament With Beautiful Four-Point Play
- Tua Tagovailoa Shows Off His Guitar Skills During ‘Manningcast’ Appearance
- The 23 Most Impactful Players in the Transfer Portal
- Bengals' Orlando Brown Jr. Makes NSFW Remark to Camera While Celebrating Joe Mixon TD
- Bengals' Disastrous Trick Play Left Peyton Manning Befuddled on Manningcast
- Sean McVay Receives Love From Fantasy Football Community After Opting To Score Late TD
What are shiny objects that are placed very high? No, not stars in the sky, but the lights and decorations we like to hang up on rooflines, trees, stairways, and porches.
We honor our veterans on their one day with parades, memorial and flag ceremonies.
- Guest Commentary: ‘Courageous Conversations’ about life and death can lessen regrets
- Letter to the Editor: Roots of compassion and wisdom
- Letter to the Editor: Second time around
- Around the Bluhmin’ Town: Alone for the holidays doesn’t mean disconnected
- Thanksgiving hope for ‘good understanding’ still survives
Bobby Sarkesian, 82, of Williams, Arizona passed away Friday, Nov. 17, 2023. He was born in East Chicago, Indiana on May 22, 1941 to the late Aram and Tamar Sarkesian.
Betty J. Salo, a long-time resident of Cottonwood, Arizona, born Sept. 29, 1939, in Biwabik, Minnesota, passed away Oct. 29, 2023 in Chino Valley, Arizona.