Verde Ranch Estates, a new community in the Camp Verde area, is scheduled to host a ribbon cutting Saturday, Sept. 25, according to a news release.
On Thursday, Sept. 16, Friends of the Verde River opened the doors of their new office space to the public.
In effort to honor Verde Valley women on their achievements in not only the business world, but the local community, The Verde Independent is seeking nominations for our annual “Women in Business” edition.
The 20th annual Thunder Valley Rally in Old Town Cottonwood.
Northern Arizona Healthcare is seeing some employees who are resistant to getting the COVID-19 vaccine in their facilities in Flagstaff, Cottonwood, Sedona and Camp Verde, according to Dr. Derek Feuquay, NAH chief medical officer.
The Cottonwood City Council and the Planning and Zoning Board gave the “green light” for staff to work with a developer to build a large resort off State Route 260, just east of town, with several thousand homes, hotels, a retail village and a surf park.
Local residents tuned out to the Camp Verde Job and Career Fair on Thursday, Sept. 16, at the Camp Verde Town gym.
Yavapai County health officials reported 342 new cases of COVID-19 and eight new deaths since the beginning of the week, according to a news release Friday.
The Town of Camp Verde announced Thursday it was awarded a $2.5 million Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) grant, allowing construction crews to finally finish a $12 million sports complex project that started in 2018.
The Camp Verde Community Library recently announced it would be hosting a special performance of music and dance from Chris and Laura Brown, according to a news release.
Start your engines to show your pride-and-joy vehicle at the Donald C. Thompson American Legion Post 135 and Auxiliary’s fifth annual Oktoberfest Car Show set for Saturday, Sept. 25, at the Galpin Auto and RV Center, according to a news release.
The Sedona Police Department is asking the public’s help in identifying two male suspects who broke into a local marijuana dispensary and stole several items before fleeing the scene, according to a news release Tuesday.
The Arizona Department of Transportation is scheduled to begin a project in the City of Sedona that will “modernize” the intersection of State Routes 89A and 179, also known as the “Y” in Sedona, according to a news release.
On Monday, Yavapai County Community Health Services reported 229 new cases of COVID-19 and five deaths over the weekend, according to a news release.
John Knight, the Town of Jerome’s zoning administrator, said he has resigned to take a position as the community development director for the Town of Camp Verde.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7400, at 705 E. Aspen St., Cottonwood, will present their annual POW/MIA recognition at 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 17.
On Sept. 9, 2021, the Jerome Elks Lodge welcomed Verde Valley first responders for a free dinner at the lodge in effort to “thank” them for their service.
Cottonwood Police Department Officer Austin Perez was recently recognized by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) for his outstanding work in taking impaired drivers off the streets, according to a news release.
After an 18-month hiatus, the Sedona Poetry Slam returns for its 13th season Saturday, Oct. 2. Performance poets will bring high-energy, competitive spoken word to the Mary D. Fisher Theatre starting at 7:30 p.m., according to a news release.
In preparation for the 20th annual Thunder Valley Rally Music Festival this coming weekend, the City of Cottonwood and the Cottonwood Police Department announced park closures and traffic plans this week.
Northern Arizona Healthcare announced Monday that its “full workforce” is to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by the end of the year, according to a news release.