The Mingus Union High School track & field team came away from the state championships with gold, silver and bronze medals.
The new principal of Camp Verde Middle School knows the town like the back of her hand – and that includes Beaver Creek, too.
The Mingus Union High School softball team lost a ballgame Thursday night, but it was its own kind of triumph.
Mingus Union High School’s softball team has built a remarkable rivalry with Greenway that played out in full in the “loser’s bracket” Tuesday as both teams fought to stay in the state playoffs.
What happens to a mine when it is no longer mined?
With one exception, Angel Valley Retreat Center received approval from the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors for a use permit.
Yavapai County Elections Director Lynn Constabile announced the location of vote centers to be used in the Aug. 2 Primary Election and Nov. 8 General Election.
Meal-packing for people in need is a common practice for Manzanita Outreach, but this summer one event will be a little bit different.
Battling the noonday sun and Sonoran Desert heat, not to mention the top 4A baseball team in the state, Mingus Union came up just short in the opening round of the state playoffs.
After a couple attempts, the owners of Angel Valley Retreat Center between Cornville and Sedona are getting their day in front of the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors.
With a quintessential two-out rally, the Mingus Union High School baseball team made a dramatic comeback to upset Vista Grande Wednesday and advance to the state championship bracket.
A one-woman, two-art show is coming back to Sedona Creative Life Center April 30 at 7 p.m.
Mingus Union High School senior Brynley Lynch signed a letter of intent last week to play volleyball at South Mountain Community College, which offered her a full scholarship.
Whether a religious affirmation or a time to hunt boiled eggs in the back yard, Easter is above all a time of renewal and hope.
As work continues on the Camp Verde Sports Complex, town leaders are preparing to choose the lighting.
It was not a blast from the past, fortunately for a Gila Street neighborhood.
Facing an April 1 deadline, the City of Cottonwood opted to provide a $250,000 loan to boost an affordable-housing project.
Dirt may be moving this summer on highly anticipated commercial buildings, including a hotel.
The Camp Verde Pecan & Wine Festival is back.
After legal sparring, the parties in a lawsuit against the Town of Clarkdale are awaiting a judge’s ruling on whether the case can move forward.
When is adoption about family and when is it about race?
How did COVID-19 affect your budget?
A 28-acre parcel has been given the go-ahead for up to 350 housing units on Homestead Parkway.
Prom Night is just around the corner for the Verde Valley’s high school students, and that can prove to be an expensive affair.
After months of what they observed to be illegal camping, trespassing, trash, drugs, “lurking” and soil erosion on state lands at their back doors, the Oak Creek Valley Property Owners Association had enough.
Yavapai Silent Witness has added $1,000 to the reward for information in the shooting of Yavapai-Apache Police Sgt. Preston Brogdon.
Artist J. Michael McDonald is getting his own show at Yavapai College.
With Presidents’ Day upon us Monday (followed immediately by George Washington’s birthday), now is a good time to look at factoids about all those who served in our highest office.
Bill LeBeau’s time on Camp Verde Town Council apparently came to a tempestuous end Wednesday.
As one of the oldest school districts in the state, Beaver Creek School has a long tradition of maintaining aging buildings.