Yavapai County health officials reported 181 new cases of COVID-19 and seven new deaths over the weekend, according to a news release Monday.
Fort Verde Days is right around the corner and the annual rodeo event is saddled right along with it.
Forest officials issued a warning to Verde Valley residents this week not to wade or swim in a group of lakes due to a “fish die off,” according to a news release.
The Arizona Department of Transportation is advising motorists to plan for daytime lane restrictions along a six-mile stretch of State Route 179 north of Interstate 17, according to a news release.
With the fall season upon us, Verde Valley doctor offices, urgent cares, medical clinics and even the hospital are seeing patients coming in with symptoms of COVID-19, but may just have the flu.
More than 100 people attended the fifth annual Human Library event, resulting in more than 300 readings Sept. 19 at the Sedona Public Library, according to a news release.
Storytelling is back Friday, Oct. 29, from 7 p.m. at Sedona Center for Harmony & Enrichment, according to a news release.
Sometimes when no one shows up to a public hearing, it can be seen as a good thing.
Three Sedona Red Rock High School students and a Camp Verde High School student each earned $500 scholarships during the first inaugural Youth Salute Program at Sedona Red Rock High School on Wednesday, Sept, 22.
Camp Verde Parks and Recreation announced advance planning for the annual Main Street Trunk or Treat Halloween Festival, according to a news release.
An Arizona Auditor General investigation has led to a former Valley Academy for Career and Technical Education superintendent and Arizona Department of Education program director being indicted on five felony counts related to the misuse of public monies and fraudulent schemes.
Dan Cherry, director of the Yavapai County Public Works department, recently announced a Verde Valley community cleanup event scheduled for several dates in October and November.
Two Cottonwood residents were arrested by police this week after one allegedly stole a vehicle and the other helped commit a burglary, according to a news release.
Good things come to those who wait. Well, not always. But for the City of Cottonwood, councilmembers sure look like they saved the taxpayer a pretty penny this time around.
The Camp Verde Community Library recently announced it is set to host Wind & Strings, comprised of Woody Haiken on saxophone and Shelley Haiken on the guitar and vocals, according to a news release.
The Camp Verde Parks and Recreation Department has openings for parade entries and outside vendors for the 65th annual Fort Verde Days in October, according to a news release.
The woman universally described by her former students and colleagues as a fiercely dedicated champion of Yavapai College art programs is being honored posthumously with the renaming of the YC Verde Art Gallery in her honor, according to a news release.
In celebration of National Public Lands Day and to encourage a shared sense of land stewardship, the National Forest Service announced a “fee free day” Saturday, Sept. 25, according to a news release.
The third week of September is National Child Passenger Safety Week, and the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office teaming up with local resources to show parents how to not only install a car seat properly, but to review front seat rules.
In August, Camp Verde Marshal’s Office Deputy Ty Wantland was nominated to attend the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Honoring Heroes Recognition Banquet in Phoenix for the third straight year, according to a news release.
The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office Volunteer in Policing (VIP) has partnered with the Verde Valley Senior Center and Meals-on-Wheels program to deliver food to those in need, according to a news release.
Yavapai County Recorder Leslie Hoffman announced that the Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District and the Mingus Union High School District are among four jurisdictions that will hold all-mail elections in November, according to a new release.