Will the real Arizona monsoon season please stand up?
Saturday, July 20, Clarkdale Community Services welcomes Scandalous Hands from 7-9 p.m. at the Clarkdale Town Park gazebo.
While there aren't immediate plans to make major additions to Cottonwood's Riverfront Park, there has been much public feedback put into what to add to the site.
Coconino County Sheriff’s personnel had to rescue a woman from a cave Saturday.
The Cottonwood Library will present the award-winning PBS documentary A River Reborn: The Restoration of Fossil Creek presented by the film maker, Professor Stefan Sommer.
In the latest chapter of a policeman’s life that has gone full circle, the 59-year-old veteran lawman was named Cottonwood PD’s “New Employee of the Year” last month.
Arizonans this year are dealing with fewer wildfires than last year, but the fires are significantly larger, according to the Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management.
Being short-handed is a way of life at the Jerome Fire Department.
PHOENIX – After an internal audit and investigation, Arizona Department of Public Safety detectives arrested Pedro Javier Aguila Muniz on felony charges of forgery, fraud and theft.
CAMP VERDE – Wildland firefighters continue working to extinguish a mulch fire at the Camp Verde Transfer Station.
A Burned Area Emergency Response team is assessing the condition of watersheds burned in the Woodbury Fire.
Re-zoning of long-vacant property along North Main Street is an item on Cottonwood Planing & Zoning's agenda
What is an avigation easement, and why are they important in Cottonwood?
The Prescott Valley Police Department Criminal Investigations Section is actively investigating potentially a total of 12 cases of alleged child abuse at a child care center. Two facilities are involved.
Late Wednesday, state utility officials rejected a last-ditch plea by an Arizona Public Service customers to undo the rate hike they approved for the state’s largest electric company in 2017.
Free sweet corn for police is one way a Camp Verde farm is showing support for the women and men in blue
Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council asked Town Manager Russ Martin to reject all three bids to complete Phase 1B of the town’s sports complex, and to explore value engineering options before going to re-bid.
After a bond vote failed last November, Clarkdale leaders have had few options in raising road repair funds.
Yavapai County plans to raise primary property taxes over last year’s level by about 18 percent.
If you see smoke rising from the Camp Verde transfer station in the weeks ahead, that's expected.
When Allen Muma started with the Jerome Police Department, smartphones were a thing of the future.