The new school in Cottonwood officially opened on Aug. 30, 1972.
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.
Verde Valley School’s core values include environmental stewardship and community service, so sustainability has always been a priority.
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.
The Southwest Wine Center at Yavapai College (Clarkdale campus) exemplifies the integration of social, economic, and environmental practices at the heart of sustainability.
After organizers cancel the Tampa Bay Blues Festival, they refuse to give Donna Dandrea and her husband a refund. Can they do that?</
Ovide Mallo of Cottonwood is turning 100 on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021.
September begins what local gardeners call our, “Second Spring.”
Ticketmaster still owes Matthew Gerstman a $2,031 refund for a canceled Taylor Swift concert. A year later, he is seeing red.
Window treatments can keep out heat and UV rays in the summer and keep the warmth inside in the winter.
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.
In order to quench the thirst for Verde Valley wines, Cove Mesa Vineyard is not wasting any time.
Bob Lanning has volunteered with the Verde Historical Society and the Clemenceau Heritage Museum for more than 29 years, beginning in March 1992, according to a news release.
Build it and they will come. Yavapai College built a new Skilled Trades Center at its Verde Valley campus last summer, and the students have certainly come.
The Science Vortex is a new nonprofit children's science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) center in Cottonwood.
Vin de Filles is an Arizona Women’s Project supported by Page Springs Cellars (PSC), located at the foothills of Sedona. This project was founded during a grape harvest in 2019 by Gayle Glomski, who works at Page Springs Cellars.
You can buy the world at Looky Lulu’s antique store. Well, it’s actually a globe. But there’s also a pink flamingo, an elephant-print shirt, a rooster painting or even a pair of Elton John elevator shoes.
Diane Dukes can’t make it to comedian Ron White’s show after she receives a cancer diagnosis. Is there a way to get a refund for the event?
A local couple who love sharing their tandem bike together have spun the wheel on a new journey in life, purchasing the Verde Valley Bicycle Co. in Cottonwood.
Nancy Kores, who has volunteered for the Verde Historical Society at the Clemenceau Heritage Museum in Cottonwood for over two years, has quickly become an integral part of the team. "I love doing paperwork," she commented.
Cornville author Chris Duffy-Wentzel has a new book on Amazon, “Finding the Missing Peace, A Healing Journey to Wholeness,” has a “universal appeal” for many people, especially those who are looking for peace and happiness independent of things going around them.
The Howling Coyote Cantina, a new restaurant which was scheduled to open Tuesday, Aug. 17, in the former Hacienda Inn building, is bringing back some favorite Hacienda menu items, introducing some new of its own dishes and rehiring some former Hacienda cooks and waitresses.
This week it is all about water! The most important water conservation device is you.
Chocoholics rejoice. Chocolita, 2301 State Route 89A, Sedona, blends chocolate with medicinal herbs that can perk you up or calm you down.
Verde Ranch RV Storage, 162 N. Goswick Way, Camp Verde, celebrated their ribbon cutting ceremony Aug. 9, 2021, hosted by the Camp Verde Chamber & Business Alliance.