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Jason W. Brooks
Associate Editor

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jbrooks@verdenews.com

Jason W. Brooks is the associate editor for the Verde Independent and Camp Verde Bugle.

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The Mingus Union softball team hasn’t simply been winning. They’d been trouncing their opponents.

By Jason W. Brooks April 9, 2021
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Man accused in 2019 VOC bank threat pleads guilty
Sentencing hearing set for Monday, April 19

A man accused of making terroristic threats in a 2019 Village of Oak Creek bank incident has pleaded guilty to several charges.

By Jason W. Brooks April 9, 2021
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After about three years on the run, the Cottonwood Police Department announced Wednesday that a woman wanted for stealing from the Old Town Association was recently captured in Michigan.

By Jason W. Brooks April 8, 2021
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The Cottonwood City Council wants to move city hall out of Old Town.

By Jason W. Brooks April 7, 2021
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Former homeless coalition director: 90 days in jail, probation for theft
Debit card used for small amounts at first; later for $12,000

Matthew Ryan Martin, 48, of Cottonwood, pleaded guilty to three counts of theft. Ryan began serving a 90-day jail sentence on Feb. 17 at the Yavapai County Detention Center.

By Jason W. Brooks April 7, 2021
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Mingus’ 6-3 home win over Flagstaff on April 1 made the Marauders 7-0 on the season.

By Jason W. Brooks April 5, 2021
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Cottonwood Clippers to swim in 2021
Competitive team took 2020 off due to COVID-19

Cottonwood Clippers will swim in 2021 after taking 2020 off because of COVID-19.

By Jason W. Brooks April 5, 2021
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This year’s Verde Valley Fair is set to run Wednesday through Sunday, April 28 through May 2.

By Jason W. Brooks April 5, 2021
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Crystal L. Briley, 39, of Ohio, was charged with several drug-related crimes after a Dec. 1, 2020 traffic stop along I-17.

By Jason W. Brooks April 5, 2021
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According to a news release from the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office, Andres Herrera, 23, of Phoenix, was booked into the Camp Verde Detention Center on multiple drug charges.

By Jason W. Brooks April 5, 2021

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