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Never let it be said the Jerome Town Council did not give the issue of paid parking exemptions for residents a fair hearing.
Trash, water and sewer. For decades, in cities and towns across America, people received a monthly bill from their local municipality for these three essential services.
What’s scary about this massive drug busts is not what was prevented from entering the Verde Valley, but what actually gets through at other times.
When the governor and Arizona Legislature go back to the drawing board on short-term rental properties, let’s hope their guiding principle is neighborhood preservation.
More importantly, it was a clear indictment against the dirty politics that were front and center during the 2018 Sedona municipal election.
The Beaver Creek communities of Lake Montezuma, Rimrock and McGuireville have become the epicenter for the Verde Valley’s latest growth and development challenges.
There are many economic reasons to hate on APS. But its proposal to take steps to possibly reduce blackouts in Clarkdale is not one of them.
Let’s hope Tuesday’s presentation about Cottonwood’s noise abatement program at the municipal airport will end the months-long debate about excessive aviation noise.
The myriad strategies outlined this week to make the Cottonwood Recreation Center more profitable missed one key point.
The haggling over Verde Connect represents an opportunity for the Verde Valley’s collective leadership to re-examine its process for determining transportation priorities.
Like the dutiful parent whose child comes home with a lousy report card, the Mingus Union School Board grounded Superintendent Penny Hargrove last week.
The experiment called Camp Verde Promotions has been a case study in the adage that no good deed goes unpunished.
When a major new project is first proposed in Cottonwood, it’s typically espoused by the majority or at least a very vocal minority that this is something we can’t afford. It’s frivolous. It falls into the category of “want” much more than it does a justified “need.”