The band 38 Special rocks into the night in Cottonwood at Thunder Valley Rally as a large crowd turns out for the first night of the annual event.
Two Camp Verde residents are raising money for Montezuma Veterinary Services, which was destroyed by fire in late July.
Gov. Doug Ducey won’t support extending state laws to prohibit discrimination against individuals based on their sexual orientation, he said this week.
The Camp Verde Business Alliance has no plans to rebrand itself as the Camp Verde Chamber of Commerce, but it will take on a new name that helps re-brand the organization.
If you are looking for a way to help the community, you may consider donating blood.
Oh, Hillary, how we worried about you. Yes, we can all breathe a sigh of relief, as Hillary, the stranded donkey who was marooned for three years on a tiny island, has now been successfully rescued.
Nothing presents us with comfort-zone busting challenges like standing on the edge of a psychological cliff.
Calling all area cookie bakers eager to conjure up their tasty, clever or creative treats for The Verde Independent and Fry’s grocery stores’ ninth annual holiday cookie contest.
The Camp Verde Community Library will present a preview of Ken Burns’ PBS film Country Music, Oct. 3, 6 p.m.
A man who was arrested in July is still being held on charges stemming from multiple robberies that occurred in the west Verde Valley earlier this year.
The City Council voted to approve a committee-generated breakdown of grants to eight agencies from the $100,000 at Tuesday’s meeting, using a scoring system to rank the applications of 13 local agencies.
Some articulated criticism was issued by local residents Tuesday against a re-plat plan for a newer section of Clarkdale’s Mountain Gate community.
In a special meeting Thursday morning, the Jerome Town Council voted that town residents will pay to park at the town parking kiosks scheduled to be installed in late October.
The 4,190-acre Whiskey Fire is now 20% contained. But the fire, burning about eight miles east of Turkey Butte Lookout is not expected to be fully contained until Oct. 16, according to an incident overview at InciWeb, an incident information system.
Sept. 8, Yavapai County sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the 1100 block of East Willow Point in Cornville regarding a burglary report.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety is investigating a single motorcycle crash that occurred Tuesday on State Route 89A between Clarkdale and Jerome.
Arizonans have no legal right to know where the state obtains drugs to execute inmates, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Tuesday.
Paperwork filed Tuesday with the secretary of state's office would make it illegal for legislators to take any action on measure in which they or a relative have a "direct and substantial financial interest.'' That is defined to mean any financial benefit that is not shared by at least a significant portion of the general public as a whole.
For the second time in less than a week, a Verde Valley resident has been arrested for alleged felony driving under the influence with their own children as passengers in the car.
At about 10:40 a.m. Tuesday, a neighbor of Clarkdale-Jerome School was doing construction work at his residence and using a gunpowder-loaded nail gun to drive nails into concrete.