Officials with the Prescott National Forest recently announced that Christmas tree permits will be available for purchase starting Thursday, Oct. 14, according to a news release.
The week of Oct. 17-23 is National Friends of the Library Week and the Cottonwood Public Library is participating, according to a news release.
The Cornville Community Association, along with Desert Star School and Vitalant, are sponsoring a blood drive on Friday, Oct. 15, according to a news release.
The first antiviral drug designed to be a COVID-19 treatment through a pill form is going in front of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for emergency approval this week, according to a news release.
Local residents and volunteers cheered the opening of the Project Fill the Need food pantry on Saturday, Sept. 25, at the Big Park Community School in the Village of Oak Creek, according to a news release.
Marilyn Roberts was on spring break during her sophomore year of college when she discovered a lump in her breast. She was just 20 years old.
When Verde Valley resident Denisha Ozuna first discovered a swollen lymph node near her right arm pit, she thought to herself, “Ehh, I’m too young.”
For more than two decades, Judy Moeser, RN, BSN, served as a nurse before becoming the director of the Verde Valley Medical Center’s critical care unit.
When a then 16-year-old Steve Gesell watched his mother succumb to breast cancer, the loss was almost more than he or his family could bare.
The Cornville Community Association is hosting District 2 Supervisor James Gregory, District 3 Supervisor Donna Michaels, and Red Rock District Ranger Amy Tinderholt at their upcoming general meeting Tuesday, Oct. 12, according to a news release.
Republican state Sen. Wendy Rogers is sticking up for Democratic U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema – at least when comes to being unfairly confronted by activists.
The Verde River Resort will be hosting a craft show Saturday, Oct. 23, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Verde Valley RV Resort Park, 1472 Horseshoe Bend, Camp Verde.
Parents should talk to their kids about dangers of opioids and drug abuse the way they talk to them about protecting themselves from COVID.
More than 225 demonstrators against a COVID-vaccination requirement for employment at the Verde Valley Medical Center turned out on State Route 89A in Cottonwood on Wednesday, Oct. 6.
A car struck a Mingus Union High School student in a crosswalk on 6th Street Thursday, Oct. 7, after bus driver honked to get the driver’s attention, according to Cottonwood Police.
Yavapai County officials reported Friday that state doctors are starting to become concerned with what they’re calling a “Triple Threat,” which is a COVID-19 infection along with the West Nile virus and flu season.
The Sedona Heritage Museum is scheduled to host a "Monday at the Museum" event that will feature a class on Appalachian Folk Art Broom making Monday, Oct. 18, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., according to a news release.
The Mingus Ave. reconstruction project is going to force crews to temporarily close several streets along the main road beginning next week, according to a news release Thursday.
The Sedona Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau recently announced the formation of the Red Rock OHV Conservation Crew (RROCC) to tackle the effect of increased Off-Highway Vehicle usage in the Verde Valley, according to a news release.
In effort to make the Yavapai Library Network easier to use for Verde Valley residents, the county announced an improved online catalog that is sure to be more user friendly.
The state’s litter hotline program offers even more convenient ways for travelers to reach out when they see motorists trashing state highways, according to a news release.
The Marine Corps Reserves League is scheduled to host a Toys for Tots event Saturday, Nov. 6, according to a news release. The run will start from Walmart, 2003 E. Rodeo Dr., Cottonwood.
The Clemenceau Heritage Museum if offering a free history tour event on Friday and Saturday’s in October, according to a news release.
The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors held the annual legislative summit with nearly every supervisor from 15 counties in Arizona, according to a news release.