Kelcie Grega

Associate Editor

Kelcie Grega is the Associate Editor of the Verde Independent, Camp Verde Bugle and Kudos entertainment guide.

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Verde Valley river expert John Parsons says ‘probably not’

Heavy snow on Thursday and Friday resulted in closures and power outages throughout the Verde Valley.

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Clarkdale Council to review CDBG distribution process

CLARKDALE -- The Town of Clarkdale will review a presentation on the distribution of Community Development Block Grants Tuesday.

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County approves IGA in effort to mitigate border crimes

COTTONWOOD -- The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors approved an Intergovernmental Agreement between county law enforcement and the state in an effort to mitigate border-related crimes such as human trafficking.

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Jerome awarded $28,000 for parking improvements

Town committee to discuss parking kiosk in Jerome

Jerome was awarded $28,000 by the Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation to be used toward parking improvements, according to a town news release.

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Jerome revamps town website, adds text alerts

The Town of Jerome’s website got a makeover last week, countesy of Town Manager Candace Gallagher.

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Cottonwood to adjust various city service fees

Cottonwood City Council approved a Notice of Intent Tuesday to adjust fees for various city departments during a regular meeting.

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City completes cleanup work at Riverfront Park

COTTONWOOD -- City crews finished cleanup efforts at Riverfront Park as of noon Wednesday.

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Cottonwood, Yavapai County cash in on Prop. 202 funds

COTTONWOOD -- Yavapai-Apache Vice Chairman Larry Jackson presented gaming funds to the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors and Cottonwood City Council this week.

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More floods? What to expect this weekend

Local Verde River expert says additional flooding isn't likely

Local river expert John Parsons (aka Mr. Verde River) said because there is no "rain-on-snow" forecast this week, additional flooding isn't likely. Parsons has been studying flows of the Verde River and its tributaries for 38 years.

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Heavy snow causes power outages, closures throughout Verde Valley (with video)

VERDE VALLEY -- Heavy snow on Thursday and Friday caused closures and power outages Friday morning.

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