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.
Scott Honey makes a hell of a halibut in Smelter Town Beer batter. Ditto for his pecan-smoked pulled pork sandwich with house-made coleslaw, or his breakfast chimichanga and a chorizo green chili benedict.
For 20 years, Cathleen Jochim-Malapanes, MSN FNP-BC, has been her dad’s employee.
Les and Laura Hammond were married in Livingston, Montana on Sept. 7, 1956.
W. A. Clark shortened the working day for some employees and plans to hire more men for both shifts. The capacity of the refinery would soon be doubled.
It’s a simple concept as simple as its name – By the Bucket, Hot Spaghetti to Go.
Preston and Ruth James were married July 3, 1948, in the old Church of Jesus Christ orf Latter-Day Saints in Cottonwood.
It is reported, with other gossip, that the soiled doves are rampant against the fire ordinance and that they have threatened to burn down that part of Jerome that escaped the flames.
On June 18, Dr. Rick and Rosalie Malter celebrated their 60th anniversary.
Legislative panels gave initial approval Wednesday to a $100 million plan for fighting fires and their effects, but not before the discussion strayed into the question of climate change and whether humans are responsible for the heat and drought conditions that result in huge blazes.
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 Memorial Day 2010, the staff of Montezuma Castle National Monument hosted an educational program by Navajo Code Talker Dan Akee.
The animals come to live out their lives at her refuge. The animals are brought to the sanctuary for a number of reasons, she said,