Pam Tully dedicates 6 months a year to rescuing baby flying foxes alongside the volunteers who help her.
“Sheriff Rhodes to speak to Preparedness Team, Oath Keepers”: A complete whitewash of the facts.
Twenty years ago, even a decade ago, talking about the future of the Verde River was all the rage.
September is National Voter Registration Month and September 20 marked the 10th anniversary of National Voter Registration Day.
In the Sunday, Sept. 18, edition of The Verde Valley Independent, there was a front page article titled “4th time’s the charm.” The article is about a fourth attempt to put a 2,050-home development at the corner of 89A and Cornville Road.
A big thank you to the Verde Valley Fire District rescue paramedics and the doctors and nurses at Verde Valley Medical Center.
Goodbye, Ma’am. We will miss you. With 70 years of service, a stabilizing force in an ever-changing world, you defined an era.
As many of you know, I am a native of Arizona and was raised here in Yavapai County.
James (not his real name; he prefers not to be known for his work off the field) is a college football coach. He knows that in football, you are judged by winning and losing. But in life, character endures. So James focuses on teaching players about their past so they can improve the future.
My colleague reluctantly moved to a new city to be closer to her daughter. She is shy and worriedly asked, “where can I meet friends?”
I was enjoying Olivia Dow’s “Slither and Bound” article about snakes and Sonoran desert toads in the 9/14 Verde Independent, expecting her to at least touch on the serous issue of toad licking.
What has happened at the Cottonwood Airport is happening again at Arena Del Loma in Camp Verde.
Once upon a time, Sedona was considered an artists’ town. It was a space for creatives to come and immerse in nature, drawing inspiration from ethereal beauty. Guess what? It still is an artists’ town, but the artists are facing increasing challenges.
Cottonwood Fire Department and Cottonwood Police Department want to publicly thank those individuals who graciously donated funds and components to finish the restoration and build of the motorcycles for the sons of Jody Makuch.
I have lived in Camp Verde since 1981. Arena del Loma has always been a place for rodeos, bull bashes and other events, even including Colonel’s Daughters contest. For the people around Arena del Loma to be complaining, they should have known before they moved in there that it was a working arena.
Interesting article in Sept. 11 paper regarding the millions of dollars from the federal infrastructure bill aimed at improving AZ water systems but fall far short of what is needed. Why hasn’t Arizona been able to tackle some of these water issues without federal assistance by using its own tax money?
We all like our heroes bigger than life. Muhammad Ali looms large not only because of his incredible boxing skills but also because of how outspoken he was.
I recently watched a couple sob as they said goodbye to their beloved cat and dog in the lobby of the Verde Valley Humane Society shelter.
When I moved here 15 years ago, I could cycle on Cornville Road and make trips to Cottonwood to shop, keep appointments and riding to Tuzigoot and Sycamore Canyon.
GO OTTO! What a great service this doggo is doing for his community.
Oh Freya, how we loved you. Named after the Norse Goddess of beauty and love, you were 1,300 pounds of blubber, a chubby maiden of the sea, with all your sea mammal splendor and plus-size personality.
Over the past couple of weeks, a few people have approached me as the Chair of the District Governing Board for Yavapai College regarding athletics at the college. From what a few have asked, it is a belief that the college has stripped all funding from the athletic department.