The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office reported that officers responded to a call from a man who reported he had been shot the prior night on Ogden Ranch Road and was at his motorhome with a “worsening wound” on Friday, Sept. 15.
In a long-delayed trial of a case involving sexual exploitation of a minor, child pornography, theft, embezzlement and absconding from the country, a Cottonwood man was sentenced in Yavapai County Superior Court to 50 years in prison.
National monuments in the Verde Valley are getting money to help an ongoing Arizona effort to eradicate non-native frogs and support native species.
Labor Day weekend will likely stay out of the triple digits in the Verde Valley forecast. According to the National Weather Service, the mid-week heat will retreat to upper 80s and lower 90s coming up on the holiday.
The deadline for signing up to compete in this year’s Colonel’s Daughter competition is Sept. 6.
Nine months after losing its shelves of household goods, paper supplies, toys, hygiene products, food and candy in an overnight fire, the Dollar General store in Camp Verde has opened its doors again.
The county elections department is cleaning house and getting ready for the next elections.
Ongoing construction on Interstate 17 involving widening, repaving and new bridges will also introduce Arizona drivers to a new feature meant to battle traffic congestion.
Wind delays Wilbur Fire Tactical Firing Operations Monday, June 19.
Saturday, May 27, the Verde Valley Military Service Park will host the annual Memorial Day observance
Clarkdale-Jerome School has chosen its next superintendent.
The Cottonwood City Council interviewed 12 applicants to fill the vacant seat on the board Monday, May 8, in the City Council Chambers. One more applicant will be interviewed at a later date.
When Silicon Valley Bank failed earlier this month along with Signature Bank and Inter-American Federal Credit Union, many other banking establishments moved to assure their depositors of their own stability.
The Verde River at Camp Verde continues to rise as feeder creeks ebb from their peak flooding mode overnight.
Police are using DNA to identify the body found in a vehicle that was fully engulfed in flames on Stoneman Lake Road on Dec. 4, but police seemed to have ruled out foul play.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Linda Liu, MD, board-certified breast surgeon with Northern Arizona Healthcare in Sedona, shares some tips for women going through the process of detection and treatment.
A local resident trying to drive home down his narrow street encountered a group of tourists wandering down the pavement and gazing up at the old buildings, as unaware of him as a flock of wild turkeys. He had to honk and shout at them to get on the sidewalk.
The Town of Camp Verde has three council seats up for election this year, with four candidates on the ballot.
The Verde Independent and its readers presented a series of questions to candidates running for the new Legislative District 1 House and Senate seats this year. Responses to introductory questions were published June 29. Early voting begins July 6.
This time of year in Arizona is such a combination of warnings, it may be frustrating for newcomers and visitors. Wildfire warnings, heat warnings and now - right on the dot - monsoon warnings come in succession.
“We’ll be dead by then.”
Under the guise of improving efficiency and removing politics, Camp Verde Town Council removed the Marshal’s Office from the supervision of the town manager.
A man suspected of robbing the Whole Foods store in Sedona April 1 was shot dead by Oklahoma State troopers the next day, authorities said.