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The new school in Cottonwood officially opened on Aug. 30, 1972.

By Glenda Farley September 27, 2021
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Why won’t PayPal refund the mysterious $100 donation made from Jon Lau’s account? It won’t say - and it won’t pay the money, either.

By Christopher Elliott September 24, 2021
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Verde Valley School’s core values include environmental stewardship and community service, so sustainability has always been a priority.

By DARCY HITCHCOCK, Special to the Independent September 24, 2021
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The woman universally described by her former students and colleagues as a fiercely dedicated champion of Yavapai College art programs is being honored posthumously with the renaming of the YC Verde Art Gallery in her honor, according to a news release.

September 22, 2021
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The Southwest Wine Center at Yavapai College (Clarkdale campus) exemplifies the integration of social, economic, and environmental practices at the heart of sustainability.

By DARCY HITCHCOCK, Special to the Independent September 17, 2021
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After organizers cancel the Tampa Bay Blues Festival, they refuse to give Donna Dandrea and her husband a refund. Can they do that?</

By Christopher Elliott September 17, 2021
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Ovide Mallo of Cottonwood is turning 100 on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021.

September 14, 2021
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Ticketmaster still owes Matthew Gerstman a $2,031 refund for a canceled Taylor Swift concert. A year later, he is seeing red.

By Christopher Elliott September 10, 2021
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Window treatments can keep out heat and UV rays in the summer and keep the warmth inside in the winter.

By DARCY HITCHCOCK, Special to the Independent September 10, 2021
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Angels Care Home Health in Cottonwood has served the community for more than 13 years and recently moved to a new location at 301 S. Willard St., according to a news release.

September 8, 2021
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