BG&E agrees to waive Larry Bauman’s monthly service fee but then charges him anyway. Is there a way to get his money back?
Ready to bring a new pet into your family? Make an appointment at Verde Valley Humane Society, 1520 W. Mingus Ave. in Cottonwood
The Cottonwood Police Department issued the following sex-offender notification Jan. 26, 2023.
Midway through the fiscal year, most Verde Valley communities are ahead of last year’s pace in sales.
Arizona still has far more job openings than people employers are able to hire.
At the January meeting of the Cornville Community Association (CCA), two Cornville residents were honored for their extraordinary volunteer work.
A.T.O.R.T. Theatre’s curtain is about to lift as Mingus Union High School’s cast and crew present “Broadway Through the Decades!,” an all-singing and dancing musical that highlights songs from every decade.
With a strong LGBTQ+ community in more urban areas across the state, Local First Arizona offers a free online workshop for the more rural communities, offering discussions on how businesses can make their workplaces feel more inclusive, while expanding customer reach.
This new railway was constructed from Cedar Glade (named Drake in 1920) on the Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix (SFP&P) Railway to what would become Clarkdale, a distance of about 38.5 miles during 1911 and 1912 with a crew of up to 1,000 men.
Firecreek Coffee Company announced its partnership with the brand new Ambiente, a Landscape Hotel.
When Warren Yue cancels a vacation rental for a church retreat before the pandemic, he initially gets a refund from his Chase Sapphire Reserve card. But then it backtracks, deducting half his money. What gives?
Ready for spring break? So is everyone else. And that’s the problem.
As of Dec. 2, 2022, Spectrum Healthcare and Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Arizona have partnered to create and expand health services in Maricopa County.
“The United Verde Extension Mining Company’s [UVX] smelter at Clemenceau was closed down permanently when Thursday’s shift went off duty, because the company’s mines at Jerome are not producing sufficient ore to justify continuance of smelter operations, it was announced today over long-distance telephone by George Kingdon, of Jerome, general manager.”
Emersyn Rian LeBaron Beltran arrived Friday, Dec. 30, 2022.
At the Arizona Department of Child Safety, children come into care through no fault of their own and often have trauma they carry with them.
Eric and Michelle Jurisin may be the busiest business owners in the area. In addition to handling nine hospitality businesses, they treat nearly 300 employees to uncommon benefits.
Humanity Health Providers (HHP) announced the expansion of gastroenterology services in Cottonwood with Dr. Joyce Richards joining the staff Jan. 3.
The Greater Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce did a recent ribbon cutting at JJs Canteen located at Coyote Trail Golf Course.
Laura Johnson, nurse practitioner in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Flagstaff Medical Center, and Jason Litzinger, nurse practitioner at Northern Arizona Healthcare Medical Group Camp Verde campus, have been named NAH’s 2022 Advanced Practice Providers of the Year.
Ready to bring a new pet into your family? Make an appointment at Verde Valley Humane Society, 1520 W. Mingus Ave. in Cottonwoo
Waterfalls and runoffs began flowing in the red rocks in the Sedona area due to the rain on Sunday, Jan. 2, 2023.
People can drop off their real live Christmas trees, minus the decorations, at the Out of Africa admissions area in Camp Verde during business hours.
Music in the Stacks returns on Thursday, January 12th at 5:00 pm in Camp Verde Community Library's Fireside Room. Music in the Stacks is a showcase of local and national musicians who entertain regularly in Northern Arizona. There are 3-5 different performers during the show, with a rotating variety each month.