The Page Springs and Bubbling Ponds fish hatcheries near Cornville will close Monday, Aug. 15, as Arizona Game & fish Department continues to battle a bacterial outbreak.
A man and woman from California are facing felony drug charges after an incident at the Safeway in Cottonwood Wednesday, Aug. 10.
As work continues on improvements to State Route 89A through Oak Creek Canyon, the Arizona Department of Transportation will have a series of overnight closures of the highway beginning Monday, Aug. 15.
Cottonwood Area Transit (CAT) has reinstated all routes (green, yellow, red, and blue) starting Tuesday, Aug. 9.
Two traffic stops by Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office netted more than 50,000 fentanyl pills.
A centerpoint of great anticipation and anxiety, the Camp Verde Sports Complex gets its own special meeting Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.
Yavapai County is in the middle of hosting several community meetings around the county to explain its Comprehensive Plan.
The Yavapai County residents running for the new Legislative District 1 had a very different Primary Election experience, depending on whether they were running for the state Senate or the House, and certainly whether they were Republicans or Democrats.
The Sedona Fire District responded to a single-vehicle accident on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2022
While there were clear-cut winners in Clarkdale and Jerome in the unofficial vote tallies, the City of Cottonwood still had questions after Tuesday’s municipal elections.
The Town Council has joined several other Arizona municipalities considering resolutions to protect women’s rights in the shadow of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.
The Verde Village Property Owners Association received a letter from the Cottonwood Ditch Association stating that due to drought and the adjudication of water rights of the Verde watershed, ponds that are not used for irrigation will be prohibited from using water from the Cottonwood Ditch.
The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors is taking applications for the 2022-23 Title III Forest Fee Program. The funding available for this program is approximately $143,000. Funding will be on a reimbursement basis.
A possible medical issue may have caused a driver to flip his vehicle on 12th Street near Fir Street
A close race appears to be playing out for the Republican gubernatorial primary, with Karrin Taylor Robson ahead of Kari Lake in results from Arizonans who voted early by mail.
In early vote counts in the 2022 Primary Election, former Secretary of State Ken Bennett has a lead over Steve Zipperman in the Republican race for state senator for the new District 1.
Unbranded cattle roaming public lands belong to the U.S. government.