A man wanted on domestic violence charges fled from Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies who were called to the Cordes Junction area, but after escaping up I-17, the man later turned himself in.
If 18 percent of the nation’s high schools have some sort of drug testing program, then what about the other schools?
State Sen. Sylvia Allen has introduced legislation that contradicts the three-canvass ballot asserted in SB 1073, Clarkdale-Jerome School Board President Jill Zaske said Wednesday.
One person called for censure. Another called for removal.
Home-grown political signs can be funny, or they can ruffle the feathers of the local pink flamingos that grace Jerome.
In FY 2019, the City of Sedona spent more than $185,000 on employee training and travel.
Friday, Yavapai College will hold a meet and greet with the two candidates to replace James Perey as dean of the Verde Valley and Sedona campuses.
Kegn Moorcroft has interacted with all types of Verde Valley visitors over the past eight years.
Come admire a variety of hand-crafted fabrics, clothing, and rugs on display throughout Clark Memorial Library.
Yavapai College President Lisa Rhine has been recently elected to the Verde Valley Regional Economic Organization 2020 Board of Directors.
Thursday’s meeting is set for 9 a.m. at the County Annex building at 10 S. Sixth St. in Cottonwood, just south of Mingus Avenue.
In her first year as an elementary school teacher, Stacey Gagnon was assigned a little boy who was deemed a school menace.
MATFORCE is sponsoring a lunch-and-learn on stress, anxiety and depression in children at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 16 which will be teleconferenced to Yavapai College’s Verde Valley campus, Building I.
CLARKDALE -- Construction on the Smelter Town Brewery and the Park Hotel in Clarkdale is closer to completion and owners hope to open soon.
COTTONWOOD – If Mingus Union High School chooses to implement randomized student-athlete drug testing, District Superintendent Mike Westcott said Wednesday it will be a matter of intervention.
Friday, Jan. 10, Members of the Modified Motorcycle Association of Arizona, Verde Valley District, present $3,884 to Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District. According to Bethany Campista, left, the district’s National School Program Coordinator, the money will be used to pay down student debt toward the district’s school meals program.
Yavapai College’s Verde Art Gallery presents a special exhibit of Mark Hemleben’s Plein Air studies created before the artist finalizes the work.
COTTONWOOD — In 2017, it was Ruben Jauregui. In 2018, it was Kyla Allen, and in 2019, it was Tosca Henry. In 2020, the vice mayor of Cottonwood will be Michael Mathews.
Not only is 2020 a presidential election year, but Arizona cities and counties will be holding many elections as well.
Not only did Sheriff Scott Mascher announce in November that he won’t seek re-election in 2020, but District 2 Supervisor Tom Thurman also recently said he definitely won’t try to hang onto his position, either.
Cottonwood police officers were called to an armed robbery at about 11:45 p.m. Tuesday at Speedway located in the 900 block of South Main Street.
Here are some announcements about events and other things that affect Verde Valley residents the week of Jan. 8, 2020:
If you are passionate about children’s issues and want to impact the early childhood programs available to young kids in our community, First Things First (FTF) needs you.