Jobs for America’s Graduates, or JAG, has been around for the last 40 years and has finally made its way to Camp Verde.
Officers from the Cottonwood Police Department and Verde Valley SWAT served a warrant at a home in Camp Verde Wednesday, Nov. 30, resulting in the arrest of a man accused of at least two assaults.
As the holiday season is here, MATForce, a nonprofit organization, wants to educate the community about the increasing rates of suicide.
Despite appeals from more than 50 people to reject the results of the 2022 general election, the Yavapai County Supervisors unanimously approved the canvassing of the Nov. 8 election this week.
Fire Managers on the Verde Ranger District plan to burn 436 acres of the Springs RX on Thursday, Dec. 1, pending favorable weather conditions.
Probation, community service, fines and restitution are the final legal fallout for the former superintendent of a local educational institution and a former state employee.
Access to healthcare, availability of services, and continuity of care are hot-button issues being discussed in the Verde Valley. Additionally, many retirees want to remain in the community but find themselves moving away to find better access to health care.
It’s been called a “generosity crisis” or a dying incentive or simply a lack of urgency. Over the past few decades, organizations tracking donations to nonprofits have rung alarm bells that giving is trending downward.
Verde Valley Homeless Coalition has made tremendous progress in the past few years, especially with the new Friendship House that is being constructed on Main Street.
Keep your stomach full of turkey and free from foodborne illness this Thanksgiving holiday.
The Cottonwood Planning and Zoning Commission is holding a special meeting at the Cottonwood Recreation Center concerning the 152 multi-family dwelling project behind Walmart.
An incident with a teacher, during which a student allegedly was “dragged” by the hoodie on Nov. 9, was investigated by the Clarkdale-Jerome School administration, but parents of several students said those concerns have not been addressed properly.
The Interact Club at Mingus Union High School has had huge success for nearly 10 years. With various projects happening year-round, the ultimate goal is to simply make a difference.
Domestic and sexual violence occurs every nine seconds in the United States. With over 30 shelters across Arizona, one shelter in the Verde Valley is doing everything it can to support survivors.
Officers from Camp Verde Marshal’s Office helped recover two stolen vehicles from unrelated cases at the same time late Tuesday morning, both of which were involved in crimes at the same time in separate locations.
With cars lined up and down all sides of the street, hundreds gathered for the first-ever two-day Verde Valley Pottery Festival.
Thanksgiving is expected to be a sunny day in the Verde Valley, with temperatures perfect for some backyard football.
With the weekend right around the corner, Teen Librarian Zack Garcia wanted to create something for the teens to celebrate the next few days of no school.