Halie Chavez

Staff Reporter

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Clarkdale to consider general obligation bond to fund street improvements

The Clarkdale Town Council will discuss the Citizens Bond Committee’s recommendations at the regular council meeting Tuesday at 3 p.m.

Sedona Recycles to shut down Verde Valley service in June

Sedona Recycles announced it will be closing the remainder of its Verde Valley locations in June.

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Man arrested for burglary after arriving to update sex offender registration

A man was arrested for burglary at the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office in Camp Verde after arriving to update his sex offender registration.

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Cottonwood police seek suspect in $100,000 Old Town Association fraud

COTTONWOOD – The Cottonwood Police Department is requesting public assistance in locating a fraud suspect believed responsible for embezzling an estimated $100,000 from the Old Town Association.

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10 YEARS LATER: Village of Oak Creek infant homicide case continues with new judge

Ten years later, the death of a 3-month-old boy in the Village of Oak Creek remains unresolved in the Yavapai County Superior Court system.

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Jerome tackles drone problem

Town moves forward with adopting 'no drone zone' signs

The regulation of drones by towns, cities or counties is prohibited by ARS 13-3729. However, drone operators looking to fly over Jerome do require authorization from the Cottonwood Airport.

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Clarkdale votes to co-locate magistrate court

CLARKDALE – The Clarkdale Town Council voted Tuesday to co-locate the Clarkdale Magistrate Court and the Verde Valley Justice Court.

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Clarkdale Council Member Scott Buckley wins Sedona’s Great Chili Cook-Off

This year the winner of the community contestant Judge’s Choice Award was Clarkdale Council Member Scott Buckley, who has now stolen the crown from Cottonwood Mayor Tim Elinski, last year’s winner.

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Verde Valley Wine Festival returns to Clarkdale

Four Eight Wineworks presents the return of the Verde Valley Wine Festival on Saturday, May 12th.

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Mingus junior Trevor Fuller wins Congressional Art Competition

Mingus Union High School junior Trevor Fuller came in first in the 2018 Congressional Art Competition hosted by Fourth District Rep. Paul Gosar. Fuller was announced as the winner in Wickenburg on April 29. He will receive a $6000 scholarship to Northern Arizona University.

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