Adding curbside pickup last years was one of the many changes the staff of Olsen’s Grain had to make over the past two decades.
Without Mg, our muscles cannot get the energy from all the wonderful, healthy foods that we consume. Mg is crucial in daily energy metabolism.
Harbor Freight Tools is moving into Cottonwood and plans to hire about 25 to 30 employees.
The Go Bananas food truck provides consumers of all ages a gourmet chocolate dipped frozen banana.
School Trustees in several districts reported unauthorized and fraudulent expenses.
Ah, 2021 is feeling like a breath of fresh air. So many of us are delighted to move on, yet this past year has probably made us stronger. Maybe even taught us lessons.
Long standing jealousy led to a double
The fire on Christmas Eve destroyed "hell's half acre" on the north end of town, however, business continued as usual except for the lack of pay day entertainment and patrons at saloons.
His previous good character, and the fact that he was protecting his aged father at the time of the assault, led the governor to grant him a pardon.
The Origins Bed and Breakfast can’t be missed as guests leave State Route 260 and wind their way down the maze of streets in Verde Village toward the Verde River.
A petrified man was discovered during November and displayed at the St. Elmo. A mummy was discovered with artifacts in a cave-in at the United Verde Copper Company on December 3.
John Hance came to Prescott in 1868, farmed in Chino Valley, homesteaded on Ash Creek and on the Verde River, was well-known in the Verde Valley, and after 1880 became famous at Grand Canyon.
News about the ex-wife of George Hull, other citizens, and the abolishment of the Boleta System.
Arizona state health officials recommended the use of influenza vaccine to control the epidemic.
The building quickly going up at 875 S. Main Street in Cottonwood will be a wireless products store.
The Verde Valley Railroad and the Santa Fe had more than their share of bad luck.
The first case of influenza on October 4 was followed by the discontinuance of public gatherings, a strict quarantine of the town on October 15, and an order for all people to wear masks. Quarantine was lifted on November 11, but the mask order continued.
A new vision for the future of dining and a desire to help the community has led to the opening of a new restaurant in Cottonwood behind Main Stage.
Project Superintendent Stephen Beckman said this week that the new Camp Verde AutoZone should be open for business sometime in April 2021.