The fire department is proposing a 100-foot communications and cell tower at its station near the intersection of Page Springs Road and Cornville Road after two controversial cell towers have been proposed in Cornville in recent years, but not built.
Drivers should be alert for lane closures on Interstate 17 this week in two work zones.
Cliff Castle Casino Hotel announced the appointment of Larry Resick as the new director of marketing.
Northern Arizona Healthcare (NAH) announced that Sanjiv Faldu, MD, FACC, has joined the Cardiovascular Institute in Cottonwood at Verde Valley Medical Center (VVMC).
After his highly rated program, “Telescopes In (And Out Of) This World,” last March, Lowell Observatory Executive Director Jeffrey Hall, PhD, will make another presentation at the Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts, 201 Camp Lincoln Road, in Camp Verde.
To kick off Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month, the Verde Valley Archaeology Center and Museum (VVAC) will offer a class on the archaeology of Sedona and the Verde Valley.
Yavapai County has released voter information for the upcoming elections this year.
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office issued the following sex-offender notification Feb. 20, 2024, in accordance with the requirements of ARS 13-3825, the Community Notification on Sex Offenders Law.
It happens once a decade, and the topics affect everyone in the city. The Cottonwood City Council is reaching out to the public for input about an update to its Cottonwood General Plan, which the residents will vote on this year.
The City of Cottonwood is exploring ways to encourage developers to build more housing in the city, which could include everything from reviewing the zoning regulations to offering builders financial incentives.