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Well by now we realize that in Phoenix we must wear gloves just to touch the steering wheel on our vehicle after it has been parked outside.

By Judy Bluhm: Around The Bluhmin’ Town September 14, 2019
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It costs about $25 per year to purchase and mail a child books for the Verde Valley Imagination Library program. But participating families don’t pay a cent.

By Bill Helm September 12, 2019
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Yes, I'm borrowing from Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, but that snippet is the only piece of poetry (if that's poetry) that I know, and I kept repeating it today, "Chins" being the way I was saying the shortened breed name for my new rabbits.

By Denise Domning September 10, 2019
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Not all days are productive and there are days when I just shoot for the sake of shooting something … this hen dove is one such example.

By Ted Grussing September 10, 2019
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With 12 years of experience as a mechanic and chassis tech, Alex Ferguson was ready to open his own business.

By Bill Helm September 10, 2019
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The hang gliders and paragliders resembled mosquitoes as they hovered hundreds of feet above Mingus Mountain Saturday during the annual Arizona Hang Gliding & Paragliding Labor Day Fly-In.

By Vyto Starinskas September 3, 2019
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Ken Ewing fell in love with the Verde Valley long ago, as his family has lived in the Verde Valley since 1984.

August 27, 2019
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You meet someone special on a dating website. Soon he wants to move off the dating site to email or phone calls. He tells you he loves you, but he lives far away — maybe for business, or because he’s in the military.

August 23, 2019
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Burning Tree Cellars of Cottonwood recently picked up two major awards at the “LUXLife” Magazine awards.

By Staff Report August 22, 2019
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In this place of golden silence as a great blue heron slips quietly across calm waters at sunset

By Ted Grussing August 21, 2019
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Sunshine Hair Studio has been opened at 638 South Main Street in Cottonwood by owner and stylist Candice Finch.

August 20, 2019
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We often see these little guys after dark, either scurrying around our patios or climbing our outside walls.

By Melissa Bowersock August 16, 2019
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Once again, I'm going to offer a couple of updates before I start talking ram lambs. That's because in my last post I mentioned that Moosie was hurting again.

By Denise Domning August 13, 2019
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During the initial evaluation, some Clients tell me that they seem to be doing everything right in terms of their fitness, but they don’t have much (or any) results.

By Magdalena Romanska August 12, 2019
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Stealth Mode: … this Black Hawk has his wings fully extended, max glide ratio and closing in on an unsuspecting target … food for the day soon to be added to his shopping cart.

By Ted Grussing August 12, 2019
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Carrie Holmes steps into role as Yavapai County’s chief building official
First woman in Yavapai County to fill position; started in construction at age 17

Carrie Holmes’ boss describes her as a person who looks for solutions rather than someone who tries to shut down projects.

By By Sue Tone Contributing Reporter August 8, 2019
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Editor's Note: Mingus Union High School English teachers Molly Westcott and Christian Fuller had their students do a year-long multi-genre essay during the 2018-19 school year. The following is one of four of those essays selected for publication on verdenews.com.

By Alexia Haney August 7, 2019
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Editor's Note: Mingus Union High School English teachers Molly Westcott and Christian Fuller had their students do a year-long multi-genre essay during the 2018-19 school year. The following is one of four of those essays selected for publication on verdenews.com.

By Jaeden Williams August 7, 2019
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Editor's Note: Mingus Union High School English teachers Molly Westcott and Christian Fuller had their students do a year-long multi-genre essay during the 2018-19 school year. The following is one of four of those essays selected for publication on verdenews.com.

By Yannely Ruiz- Lopez August 6, 2019
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Editor's Note: Mingus Union High School English teachers Molly Westcott and Christian Fuller had their students do a year-long multi-genre essay during the 2018-19 school year. The following is one of four of those essays selected for publication on verdenews.com.

By Raymond Rivera August 6, 2019
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Tool listening parties planned in Jerome
Members of world-famous band not expected to be there

You probably won't get to meet the local resident who fronts alternative metal bands at his upcoming album release parties. But the event might still draw a crowd.

By Vyto Starinskas August 6, 2019
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After five years in Cottonwood, licensed massage therapist Amber Brandt recently opened AB Massage Therapy in Camp Verde in the Wingfield Plaza.

August 6, 2019
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“There’s a lot things going on in health care that necessitate us needing to find a way to sustain - either through some sort of growth strategy,” explained Rhodes, or some sort of “partnership growth with other like-minded organizations.”

By Vyto Starinskas August 3, 2019
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Sun sweats, triple-digit fidgets, dog days — they seem to make most outdoors lovers crave cool times in the high country.

August 1, 2019
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Who do people call to find out how this year’s tomato crop is doing? – David Stutzman.

By Vyto Starinskas August 1, 2019

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