Les and Laura Hammond were married in Livingston, Montana on Sept. 7, 1956.
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
On July 28, at the food bank sponsored by Bread of Life in Camp Verde, the Jerome Elks Lodge #1361 located at 100 S. Broadway in Clarkdale presented a $2,000 check to Executive Director Jeremy Embry of Bread of LIfe.
Melissa Reay, Pharm.D., of Rimrock, has completed the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree at the College of Pharmacy Glendale (CPG) of Midwestern University. Conferring of degrees took place in a virtual graduation ceremony hosted by Midwestern University on May 22..
In January, Celeena Johnson was named to Yavapai College’s 2020 All-Arizona Academic Team.
Once she finishes college, Kayla Reilly would like design prosthetics – and live in a third-world country.
Camp Verde High School senior Anna Johnson is the school’s February Kiwanis Student of the Month.
Camp Verde High School senior Justin Ritzenthaler is the school’s Kiwanis Student of the Month for December. Ritzenthaler has a 3.9 GPA and is ranked fourth in his class.
Bill and Tina (Kaufmann) Bryant of Oak Creek Valley celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary Nov. 29. They were married at the Eastside Church of the Nazarene in Phoenix Arizona.
Camp Verde High School has announced that senior Coke Bast is the school’s October Kiwanis Student of the Month.
Dixie Rosalie Sater was born Friday, Sept. 27, 2019 at 1:05 p.m. in Cottonwood.
Camp Verde High School has announced that senior Benjamin Perez is the school’s September Kiwanis Student of the Month.
Mark Tufte, VP/Market Manager of Country Bank in Cottonwood, graduated from the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado’s 69th Annual School Session hosted at the University of Colorado in Boulder.
Class XIII graduates of Verde Valley Leadership were honored during a dinner ceremony Friday at the Verde Valley Senior Center.
When Allen Muma started with the Jerome Police Department, smartphones were a thing of the future.
The Randall Hauk Outstanding Youth Citizen Scholarship was recently awarded to two local Mingus Union High School seniors.
Maxine and Danny Soto were married in Cottonwood July 18, 1969.
Tommy Anderson of Cottonwood and Joan Sedita of Cornville were wed on the island of St. John, May 23, 2019. Tommy is a local musician and owner of Tommy Rocks music store in Jerome.
CottCottonwood residents John and Beverly Schreiber will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on Independence Day. The Schreibers were married in Beverly’s grandmother’s house in West Allis, Wisconsin, July 4,1959. They are the parents of three children, Jeffrey Schreiber (who passed away in 2018), Dawn Luko and Diana Honsa, and fiancé Clark. The Schreibers have two grandchildren, Keith Luko and Melanie Luko; and three great grandchildren, Analysa Curry, Sierra Luko and James Luko.onwood residents John and Beverly Schreiber will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on Independence Day.
Jacob Shelly is the recipient of Bookmarks - Friends of the Cottonwood Library $1000. scholarship.
Jerome Elks Lodge #1361 of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks in Clarkdale presented scholarship awards to the two winners sponsored by Jerome Lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Satran are pleased to announce the wedding of their son, Robert Satran, to Bethany Haines, April 20, at Mormon Lake.
On April 6th, the Jerome Elks Lodge #1361 celebrated its 100th anniversary of serving the communities in the Verde Valley, which includes Jerome, Clarkdale, Cottonwood and Camp Verde. There were 185 members and guests were on hand to join in the celebration, including Arizona Elks State President Mike Murphy and his wife Debra, as well as guests from other lodges throughout the state. Special Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler Jerry Grimes presented a Grand Exalted Ruler Special Citation to Exalted Ruler Janet Leuer, for 100 years of Meritorious Service to the Community. From left: Special Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler Jerry Grimes, Exalted Ruler Janet Leuer and Trustee Chairman Jim Plas.
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