It all began with a truck. Well, sort of.
When Jina Lee cancels a United Airlines flight, the airline promises her a credit. She never gets it. What does the company owe her?
To fans of the popular Fast & Furious movie franchise, entering TAC Fabrication’s workshop is almost like wandering onto an action set.
Two Northern Arizona-based Leavitt Group insurance agencies, Butler-Leavitt Insurance Agency in Cottonwood and Leavitt Group of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff, are merging to form a new combined agency.
Something went wrong with Christine Miller’s solar panels. Now the company that was supposed to install them has sent her a bill. Does she have to pay?
After suffering significant sun damage during a Grand Canyon trek, Anita Marcus began looking for ways to repair her skin. As she became familiar with laser technology, it sparked a passion.
Distant Drums RV Resort near Camp Verde has been named 2022 RV Park of the Year for its size by the Arizona Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds. There are more than 600 Arizona RV parks in the medium-size category.
Are you are thinking of starting a new business in the Verde Valley, expanding an existing one, or relocating your business to this region? If so, you may qualify for a small business loan through the Verde Valley Regional Economic Organization’s (VVREO) Revolving Loan Program.
Hilton Grand Vacations celebrated a ribbon-cutting for its newly rebranded resort Sedona Summit, a Hilton Vacation Club, Wednesday, April 27.
When Virginia Cepero returns two chairs to Pottery Barn, the company doesn’t fully refund her. One year later, she’s locked in a battle with the company and Capital One. Is there a way out?
Nearly 20 Verde Valley beef producers met with Congressman Tom O’Halleran April 12 at the Camp Verde Economic Development Office to discuss growing concern over threats to the local beef industry.
The Verde Valley Archaeology Center in Camp Verde hosted the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau
Springhill Suites by Marriott Cottonwood and the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce gathered community members on Tuesday, April 19, 2022
When Michelle Fiorelli wins a battery-powered toy car in a hotel sweepstakes, she looks forward to receiving her prize. But almost four years later, she’s still waiting. Will she ever get it?
Numbers released by the Arizona Department of Revenue showed the expected increase in sales across the Verde Valley for the month of March.
The annual Success Awards, hosted by the AzSBDC Network on the Capitol lawn April 14, included awards to three local businesses because of cancellation of the 2020 and 2021 events.
Environmental Health at Yavapai County Community Health Service inspects all facilities that sell or serve food in the county. Each location is generally visited once or twice a year. This includes restaurants, stores, schools, food trucks and care facilities. Inspectors look for violations of the county health code regarding food safety.
Verde Valley winery owners and Yavapai College Viticulture and Enology degree graduates Emil and Cynthia Molin were awarded one of Arizona’s highest wine awards, winning the Governor’s Cup in the 2022 AZCentral Arizona Wine Competition.
Wendy Schlessinger receives skincare products from Rodan + Fields that she didn’t order. Should she dispute the charges on her charge card? Or is there a better way to get her money back?
Wednesday, April 20 from 4 to 6 p.m., Keep Sedona Beautiful will honor groups and individuals
The Arizona unemployment rate dropped to 3.6% in February, well below pre-pandemic levels and the lowest it has been since 2007, according to the most recent numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
After serving Rimrock over the last four years as the only fitness option in the area, Emerald Waves has opened a second location in the Village of Oak Creek to continue to serve locals and now tourists alike.
Yavapai College and the Regional Economic Development Center are partnering with other community organizations to sponsor the Verde Valley Job Fair at the Cottonwood Recreation Center (150 S. Sixth St.) on Wednesday, April 6, from 3:30 to 6 p.m.