More than a decade after it was first proposed, a residential development may break ground as early as next week.
Richard Martin and Chuck Runyon have been living the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle for seven years, beaming music from their low-power community radio station throughout the Verde Valley on Gulch Radio 100.5 FM, KZRJ.
The Christmas tree cutting permits for the Coconino and Prescott National Forest may be the hottest ticket in town.
The co-owners of Heart Wood Cellars have been named Yavapai College’s 2021 Verde Valley Alumni of the Year, according to a news release from the college.
EF Productions’ Celebration of Christmas returns to Cottonwood this holiday season after the production had to be modified in 2020 due to COVID-19.
The Verde Valley Archaeology Center is reopening at its new location as contractors, artists and volunteers create a new museum with artifacts, art and history about local Native Americans.
In support of National Novel Writing Month and as one of the guest speakers for Cottonwood Public Library’s “Author Talks” series, international bestselling author Eris Adderly invites you to an interactive discussion that covers what to do with a finished manuscript and how to get published.
Sedona City Manager Karen Osburn named Andy Dickey as the new public works director/assistant city manager for the city of Sedona, according to a news release Wednesday.
The Camp Verde Community Library is scheduled to host the winner of “Verde Valley’s Got Talent,” Donna Hazlewood, for a concert Thursday, Dec. 2, according to a news release.
The Arizona Thespian Society recently announced the “Best Musical” award to the ATORT Theatre troupe at Mingus Union High school for the 2021-22 school year.
The holiday season typically produces the largest chunk of revenue for many small businesses across the country every year, but with COVID-19 pandemic and a shortage of workers, everyone is working harder than ever to support their community.
A 19-year-old man wanted for aggravated assault with a weapon and other felony charges out of Coconino County was arrested Tuesday after barricading himself inside a home, according to a news release.
Arizona hunters who were unsuccessful in the recent 2022 spring draw still have an opportunity to receive a hunt permit-tag for javelina or turkey, a news release stated Monday.
The City of Cottonwood announced that due to “unforeseen complications,” the current closures on Mingus Ave. are being extended to Friday, Dec. 3, according to a news release Monday.
Starting Wednesday, Dec. 8, from 3 to 4 p.m., Lynn Sweitzer is scheduled to present in-person or virtually a series of five hands-on classes on how to successfully and safely do online banking, according to a news release.
The Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the City of Cottonwood are scheduled to host the 67th annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 4, according to a news release.
Think of the holiday season … for most people, happy memories come to mind and being surrounded by loved ones. For children in the foster care system, it can be a harsh reminder of what is missing – family.
The Town of Camp Verde means business. To show they are serious they have added two new members to their Economic Development Department to assist long-time Director Steve Ayers.
More than 1,400 criminal cases are currently caught in a backlog that Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk said was created by the interruption and suspension of court cases during the COVID-19 pandemic.
State health officials announced that everyone 18 and older is now eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine booster, according to a news release Monday.
A Valley Academy for Career and Technology Education class is providing students with the beginning knowledge of law enforcement and is also providing volunteers in the community.
The late Sen. John McCain will be remembered for spending summers by the Oak Creek with his family in Page Springs. Now the community is remembering the late statesman by naming a new mountain bike park at the Oak Creek School after him.
Starting Friday, Arizona State Parks and Trails is challenging everyone to hike eight trails in four state parks.
The Jerome Elks Lodge took 15 local veterans shopping at Walmart to purchase clothing and other items in need, according to a news release.
Holiday stress will be the topic of the next Mental Health Monday on Nov. 29, according to a news release.