COVID-19 infections in Arizona are at their highest level since February. The Friday morning report from the Arizona Department of Health Services shows 1,479 new cases, with seven deaths, in the past 24-hour reporting period.
The rush of new COVID-19 cases in Arizona continued Wednesday as the state has seen more than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases in six of the past seven days.
Fifty years ago, Edward Abbey and his conservation disciples warned that we were making a monumental mistake in constructing Glen Canyon Dam.
Arizona has had more than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases in five of the past six days.
The Arizona Department of Health Services has reported more than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases for three consecutive days.
Yes, it’s great to see Cottonwood and Sedona step up and jointly hire a housing professional to find the answers, but it’s questionable what either community can realistically do to find a solution.
We saw the very best in community spirit from the folks in Cornville in the midst of what easily could have been a tragedy.
Arizona finished the month of May with the fewest COVID-19 cases and deaths in a year.
Peterson’s winning clearance was a full foot and a half better than the next best jump in the competition.
Sedona-Red Rock junior Shota Yabuuchi and Camp Verde senior Ashlee Bueler were among the brightest stars in the 2021 Division IV Track & Field Championships last weekend.
The Camp Verde Town Council will consider a job contract this week to install reclaimed water supply lines to the town’s new Sports Complex.
If you spend any time at all on local social media sites, you likely have heard about a vicious assault that occurred at the Verde Valley Fair.
Arizona experienced its fewest number of daily new COVID-19 cases in eight months in April.
Jerome is one of those towns that is just too good for its own good.
With just five weeks remaining, athletes from both Mingus Union and Camp Verde high schools have positioned themselves strongly for the Arizona State High School Track and Field championships.
Of all the things totally wrecked this past year by COVID-19, public education took one of the hardest hits.
Today, Rough Cuts is back on the market under new ownership. It’s being touted as the perfect site for a new Cottonwood City Hall, no doubt at a higher price tag than if the city had rolled the dice on this building a decade ago.
Arizona closed out the month of March with the fewest number of new COVID-19 cases since September and the fewest fatalities since November.
Local control seemed like a great idea a year ago when Gov. Doug Ducey allowed Arizona municipalities and county governments to establish their own COVID-19 safety protocols.
For the first time since October, the average number of COVID-19 cases in Arizona has dipped below 1,000 cases daily.
This is the week in which young people are encouraged to let loose and enjoy life.
One must ask if Michaels fully understands her scope of authority in making such change.
The sour taste from this incident will not soon fade away.
Arizona had only a quarter of the number of new COVID-19 infections in February than it had one month earlier. The Arizona Department of Health Services also reports February’s COVID-19 caseload was the lowest seen in the state since October.
In February, we’ve been on the right path in this war with COVID-19. We’ve won this battle.
The state’s mortality rate for coronavirus is at its highest level since testing began.
While vaccination protocols are in place and COVID-19 numbers show a steady decline over the past 10 days in Arizona, January still turned out to be the state’s most infectious and deadliest month yet.
As Arizona moves into Phase 1B of its vaccination protocol, COVID-19 infections and deaths are at unprecedented highs in the Grand Canyon State.
The latest data from the Arizona Department of Health Services shows the state has surpassed 100,000 new cases of coronavirus in just 11 days to begin 2021.
Yavapai County Community Health Services Monday reported 578 new COVID-19 cases and 10 deaths over the weekend.
9,727 cases and 113 deaths. Those are the numbers of COVID-19 infections and deaths Arizona is currently averaging on a daily basis this month.
January continued its torrid pace Thursday to be the worst month yet for COVID-19 infections and deaths in Arizona.
December was bad. January is already on pace to be a lot worse for COVID-19 infections and deaths in Arizona.
The New Year’s holiday weekend resulted in 834 new COVID-19 cases in Yavapai County combined with 11 deaths.
Arizona said goodbye to 2020 with one of the year’s worst days for both COVID-19 infections and deaths.
Arizona will say goodbye to 2020 following a year in which more than half a million residents were infected with COVID-19. More than 8,600 Arizona died of coronavirus during the past year.
Some leaders simply prefer communication the old-fashioned way. They want to hear it directly from the horse’s mouth.
Arizona hospital intensive care unit bed capacity has now reached 93%. December’s COVID-19 caseload has confirmed 136,083 positive tests.
Already Arizona’s most infectious COVID-19 month of 2020, December is also now on pace to be the deadliest.
A little more than two weeks into December and already the Yuletide month has become the most COVID-19 infectious of 2020.
The next time there is a major development issue in Rimrock or Lake Montezuma, how would it be received if Mayor Tim Elinski and City Manager Ron Corbin showed up and told the folks on the Beaver Creek Association that this development needs to be run past the Cottonwood City Council first.
Cottonwood – like any government – is always interested in the prospect of growing itself. The city just doesn’t want to come across as a bully in the process.
Yavapai County continues to be one of Arizona’s “substantial risk” areas for COVID-19 transmissions with 603 new cases reported since Friday.
In this time of year when the joy of giving is paramount, this is the very best gift you can give yourself, your friends and family.
December’s COVID-19 assault on Arizona continues with the latest Department of Health Services report showing 6,983 new cases and 91 deaths in the past day.