Videos

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Video: Mago Celebration

Video length 2 minutes, 3 seconds A huge crowd poured into large white tents on Bill Gray Road at the new Mago Earth Park Wednesday morning.

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Holiday greeting video from Marine Corps Cpl. Kevin Chang

From Iwakuni, Japan, Marine Corps Cpl. Kevin Chang sends out holiday greetings to his friends and family in Cottonwood, Arizona.

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Video: Holiday greeting video from Jackson family

From Heidelburg, Germany, the Jackson family sends out holiday greetings to Kim, Dennis, Ty and Molly in Sedona, Arizona.

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Video: Christmas Parade 2009

Video length 8 minutes, 26 seconds If you missed this year's Christmas parade, then you are in luck. Verdenews.com filmed the whole parade and has condensed the hour long event into a less than ten minute show.

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Video: Kessel's Spectacular Lights 2008

For three years now Dave Kessel has transformed his property into a holiday display that can only be termed "spectacular."

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Video: Olde Tyme Country Fair

Video length 3 minutes, 21 seconds Oak Creek School held its annual Olde Tyme Country Fair Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Featuring food, musical entertainment, arts and crafts and games for the kids.

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Video: World Record Cup Stacking Attempt

Video length 2 minutes 40 seconds DDB school joined in with hundreds of other schools, on November 12 to help break the world record for a cup stacking event.

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Video: Halloween 2009

Video length 3 minutes Cottonwood, Clarkdale and Jerome all had special activities to usher in this year's Halloween for trick-or-treaters. Jerome had their first ever Parade Down Main Street, Clarkdale featured a costume contest in the park, and Cottonwood held their annual Trick or Treat on Main and Fall Carnival in Activity Park.

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Video: Fencing

Video length 1 minute 52 seconds An opportunity to learn about fencing.

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Video: Brian Mickelsen Street Dedication

Video length 2 minutes, 42 seconds A gathering of 30 to 40 people converged around a paper-covered street sign that marked the intersection of Mingus Avenue and the former Paula Street.