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After a pandemic flight cancellation, Waleska Abreu has waited almost two years for a refund from Corsair International and her online agent, Flight Network. Is her money lost forever?

By Christopher Elliott April 3, 2022
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Verde Community Healthcare LLC is a new primary care clinic in Cottonwood seeing adult family practice patients.

April 3, 2022
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It is no secret that the Verde Valley is a popular tourist destination, whether it a be a trip to the beautiful red rock country of Sedona, a day spent exploring the old mining town of Jerome, or an afternoon outing browsing the shops and galleries of Cottonwood.

By By Grant Cloud, Intern Summit Economics, on behalf of VVREO March 27, 2022
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The Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting with Denise Kelly, the owner of 3 Kings Kasbar.

March 27, 2022
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Before Tom Moran buys his 58-inch Samsung Smart TV, he asks a representative if the unit is compatible with the MLB app. Samsung says it is -- but it isn’t. Does he deserve a refund?

By Christopher Elliott March 27, 2022
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Louisa Allard had low expectations for the entertainment scene in Prescott Valley when she moved 10 miles north from her former Prescott home.

By By Kevin Redfern, Cronkite News March 20, 2022
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Of the 231 Yavapai County food establishments that earned the 2021 Golden Plate Award, more than 70 were in the Verde Valley.

March 20, 2022
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Mark Kovac pays for three tickets to an NBA game but receives only two from Vivid Seats. Where’s the third ticket, and can the company make the assist before game time?

By Christopher Elliott March 20, 2022
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When Mayank Kumar gets into an accident in his Avis rental car, he does everything in his power to return the vehicle to the company. But nothing seems to be working, and now Avis is asking about its car.

By Christopher Elliott March 13, 2022
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Wednesday, a day after a celebration of local female leaders, Sedona Chamber of Commerce announced the sudden resignation of President/CEO Candace Carr Strauss.

March 9, 2022
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Michelle Guillemet’s cupcakes, cookies and pie look good enough to eat.

By Vyto Starinskas February 27, 2022
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The state’s transaction privilege tax for January shows a year-over-year increase in collections for every city and town in the Verde Valley. In every community, the percentage increase was in double digits.

By Verde Independent February 27, 2022
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The City of Cottonwood is assisting home buyers with down payments for a home if they work inside Cottonwood city limits.

By Vyto Starinskas February 27, 2022
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When BTS cancels Barbara Evans’ show, Ticketmaster offers her a refund. There’s just one problem: She canceled the credit card she used to pay for the tickets. Will she ever see the money again?

By Christopher Elliott February 27, 2022
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Tammy Hamada of Cottonwood has started Who Bakes Cookies, a new home-based bakery offering delicious decorative cookies for sale.

By Cindy Cole February 20, 2022
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As the world nears the second anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic next month, analysts say the U.S. economy is almost entirely “back to normal.”

By By Endia Fontanez, Cronkite News February 20, 2022
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The number of Arizonans fearing eviction has grown sharply since a pandemic moratorium on evictions ended in September, with advocates and landlords both saying rental assistance from the federal government has not reached renters fast enough.

By By Reagan Priest, Cronkite News February 20, 2022
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United Way of Yavapai County is now a Certified Sustainable Business at the Conservationist/Bronze level from the Sustainability Alliance.

February 13, 2022
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Sara DeGroot’s Colorado Avalanche game is canceled at the start of the pandemic. The organizer promises her a refund but then switches to a credit. Can it do that?

By Christopher Elliott February 13, 2022
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An attorney for business interests asked a judge Friday to block the public from voting on -- and possibly vetoing -- the $1.9 billion tax cut that largely benefits the wealthy approved last year by the Republican-controlled legislature.

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When Gloria Lenoir returns her merchandise to eBay, the company doesn’t refund her $29 and closes her case. How does she get eBay’s attention?

By Christopher Elliott February 6, 2022
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The Arizona Department of Revenue is encouraging taxpayers to practice due diligence when selecting a tax preparer this tax season.

February 6, 2022
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Barbara Trombley said she dreams in glitter.

By Vyto Starinskas January 30, 2022
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As the wine tourism industry bloomed locally, Kimberley and Sebastian Stinson noticed most of the shuttle tour companies were not based in the Verde Valley.

January 30, 2022

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