Welcome to the Verde Valley’s best new bike ride – Odgen Ranch Road.
After not having 1,000 or more COVID-19 cases in a single day since Sept. 3, Arizona has now eclipsed the 1,000 single-day caseload for two consecutive days.
Yavapai County Recorder Leslie Hoffman has issued some important election season reminders to voters. All registered voters are eligible to vote in the Nov. 3 general election.
The council voted Tuesday against granting the waiver, 4-2. Mayor Tim Elinski and Council Member Jackie Nairn voted for the waiver. Vice Mayor Michael Mathews and Council Members Tosca Henry, Debbie Wilden and Doug Hulse voted against it. Council Member Ruben Jauregui was absent.
Thursday, the Cottonwood Police Department released more information about Friday’s funeral services for Commander Jody Makuch.
The actions of the three teachers, according to Dep. Yavapai County Attorney Joy Biedermann, were not against the law.
A Cottonwood teenager has been arrested on an assortment of felony charges after threatening party-goers with a handgun Sept. 12.
Here are some events and other announcements about things happening in the Verde Valley.
Yavapai County Development Services announced Tuesday that Eric Borowsky of Scottsdale has withdrawn his application for a planned area development in Cornville.
Late last week, a Yavapai County Superior Court judge denied an injunction request from a Prescott Valley resident that was an attempt to delay the construction of the county’s new jail/justice center.
Sept. 29-Oct. 2, Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter will host five question and answer sessions specific to the proposed consolidation of the Mingus Union and Cottonwood-Oak Creek school districts.
It is entirely inappropriate to impose this huge tax increase when many of our citizens have experienced a drastic drop in their household incomes as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Your Board of Supervisors has lowered property tax rates for three out of the past four years even though our costs for providing services continue to increase year after year.
Two new reports suggest that Arizonans will be among the least likely to get immunized against COVID-19 once a vaccine becomes available.
Arizona is experiencing a devastating increase of sellers and users of methamphetamine due to increased production of the drug and declining costs.
The Cottonwood Police Department has issued a warning about a phone scam. The scam attempts to solicit donations for a police commander who died last week.
A full agenda for Tuesday's Cottonwood City Council meeting is set to inlclude the city's annual funding of outside community agencies.
Due to a large amount of public interest, the Cottonwood Police Department released information, over the weekend, about a funeral service one of its own longtime officers.
On Thursday, Sept. 17, about half of Mingus Union's student body will be invited back to school. The next day, the other half.
At Tuesday’s regular meeting, the Clarkdale Town Council agreed to spend $113,000 in designated funds on four priorities.
Run the Verde River or join the paddle from any body of water.
Although Cottonwood-Oak Creek schools do not officially reopen for face-to-face learning until Monday, Sept. 14, the district has invited its K-2 students back a week early to get a sneak peak into campus life.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Camp Verde Unified is only short about 4% from its 1,650 student headcount at the end of the 2019-2020 school year.