With federal aid covering some of the Verde Valley’s bus system costs, the Cottonwood City Council decided this week to continue a recently enacted benefit for area residents.
The Cottonwood City Council this week agreed to spend $615,000 in an effort to remove arsenic from its municipal water system.
With COVID-19 cases rising among Yavapai County employees, along with the entire county, a face mask mandate has now been implemented for anyone entering a county building.
The new COVID-19 vaccine will be available in Yavapai County in about two weeks, according to local health officials.
By a 3-2 vote Wednesday, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors decided to undo a recent decision to kill the Verde Connect road and bridge project.
Here are some events and other announcements about things happening in the Verde Valley.
The Cottonwood City Council will consider an ordinance allowing for the annexation of the Spring Creek Ranch property Dec. 15, 6 p.m., at the Cottonwood Recreation Center, 150 S. 6th St.
Two Yavapai County Sheriff's Office deputies have been recognized for their service in combating drug trafficking by the Arizona Narcotics Officers Association.
COTTONWOOD -- Traffic on State Route 260 was closed for about five hours Tuesday after a propane truck burst into flames.
Recreational use of marijuana will soon be legal in Arizona, thanks to the easy passage of Proposition 207, but economic and logistical hurdles remain before Arizonans will feel the effects.
A Cottonwood man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison following a jury conviction for methamphetamine possession for sale.
For the past three years, substitutes filled about 97% of Yavapai County’s short-term and long-term teacher vacancies.
Thursday, the Mingus Union School Board will decide whether its students should continue taking classes online rather than on campus.
Nearly 90% of Mingus Union employees who responded to a recent survey said they were concerned about coming to work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the film lover on your holiday gift list, consider a gift card for the Sedona International Film Festival and Mary D. Fisher Theatre.
Each year, small businesses across the U.S. rely on the Thanksgiving-to-New Year’s holiday season for a large chunk of their revenue.
Sedona’s gloomy restaurant and lodging numbers have bounced back for the first time during the pandemic — just as the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau has announced that it is resuming out-of-market promotions for the first time since the pandemic began.
The long Thanksgiving holiday weekend saw 814 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and nine deaths in Yavapai County.