By a 3-2 vote Wednesday, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors narrowly approved a repeal of the county’s water well code.
The City Council voted to approve a committee-generated breakdown of grants to eight agencies from the $100,000 at Tuesday’s meeting, using a scoring system to rank the applications of 13 local agencies.
Some articulated criticism was issued by local residents Tuesday against a re-plat plan for a newer section of Clarkdale’s Mountain Gate community.
In a special meeting Thursday morning, the Jerome Town Council voted that town residents will pay to park at the town parking kiosks scheduled to be installed in late October.
Sept. 8, Yavapai County sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the 1100 block of East Willow Point in Cornville regarding a burglary report.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety is investigating a single motorcycle crash that occurred Tuesday on State Route 89A between Clarkdale and Jerome.
For the second time in less than a week, a Verde Valley resident has been arrested for alleged felony driving under the influence with their own children as passengers in the car.
At about 10:40 a.m. Tuesday, a neighbor of Clarkdale-Jerome School was doing construction work at his residence and using a gunpowder-loaded nail gun to drive nails into concrete.
Friends of the Verde River are now planning for the 2020 Verde Valley Birding and Nature Festival.
The Verde Valley Archaeology Center has received a sizable donation, literally, which will go on display beginning Saturday, Sept. 21.
The Cottonwood Community Band, under the direction of Dr. Sy Brandon, and assistant conductor Neil Manzenberger, has four concerts planned through the end of 2019.
Registration is now open for another season of Camp Verde’s youth Grasshopper Basketball program. Grasshopper Basketball is for boys and girls in grades 1-4.
Cottonwood Mayor Tim Elinski says this is a good reason for people to attend “Meet Me at the Hop, a Fabulous ‘50s Party,” on Saturday evening, Oct. 5, 6 p.m., at the Cottonwood Community Club House (formerly the Cottonwood Civic Center) in Old Town Cottonwood.
Minerals Research, Inc. announced this week that there will be some blasting activity conducted at the Cottonwood slag pile on Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.
As American entities that collect recyclables continue to adjust to China no longer buying U.S. plastic, nonprofits involved with recycling continue to adjust — including one of the Verde Valley’s oldest organizations dedicated to such an effort.
Under Canvas, the glamour camping company that proposed a 125-tent luxury clamping site at the end of Bill Gray Road, said on Friday that it will submit its plan to Yavapai County on Sept, 20 for review, but will scale back the number of tents by 20 percent.
It’s almost time for one of the Verde Valley’s biggest, most fun weekends of the year. Here are three things you need to know about 2019 Thunder Valley Rally, set for Friday and Saturday
Cottonwood’s Old Town Mission is willing to expand its hours — if more volunteers can be located.
There’s room for more runners to participate in the Camp Verde Kiwanis’ second Fort Verde Days K Run, held on Saturday, Oct. 12 at Veterans Memorial Park.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call about drunk and disorderly behavior from a man who had two young children with him Saturday — and were able to arrest him before he could drive away.
Anti-discrimination laws do not trump the rights of business owners to refuse to provide services to gays, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday.