Halie Chavez

Staff Reporter

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Jerome nuisance abatement an uphill climb

Residents of Jerome might ask: what is the technical definition of a public nuisance?

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Jerome police hope to begin parking permit system by May

Police Chief Allen Muma said it is the department’s goal to operate a parking permit system by May 1, according to a report submitted to the Jerome Town Council.

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What’s going on at the Clarkdale Classic Station?

Residents of Clarkdale may have noticed the gas pumps and storage tanks have been removed at the Clarkdale Classic Station.

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Ryan Bigelow leaps from Parks and Recreation to Cottonwood Library

The first word Ryan Bigelow used to describe his transition from parks and recreation to the library was “unique.”

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Man pleads guilty to stabbing roommate, sentenced to four years

A man who inflicted a “life-threatening” neck injury to his roommate was sentenced to four years in prison on Monday.

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He did it; she did it: Two suspects charged in Taco Bell robbery plead not guilty

CAMP VERDE -- The suspects charged in an attempted Cottonwood Taco Bell robbery last month are all pointing fingers at each other, according to probable cause documents submitted to Yavapai County Superior Court.

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Cottonwood studies flood risks in Old Town

Long-time residents may remember when Old Town Cottonwood flooded in 1964, filling houses, businesses and the old hospital with water and mud.

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Clarkdale gets silver, according to Verde Valley Sustainability Alliance

The Town of Clarkdale has a certified silver rating, according to the Verde Valley Sustainability Alliance.

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An inside look at Cottonwood’s new Riverfront Wastewater Reclamation Facility (photo gallery)

COTTONWOOD – The Riverfront Water Reclamation Facility is operational – more than six years after former Cottonwood City Council members authorized its construction.

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500 take to the streets for Women’s March in Sedona

‘Power to the Polls’

Hundreds people arrived for the mile-long Women’s March at 10 a.m. despite cold rain showers. Sedona Police counted 500 marchers between Rodeo Road and Coffee Pot Drive, according to Sergeant Stephanie Foley.

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