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.
More than 1,000 nonprofits across the state will be participating in the 10th annual Arizona Gives Day, from noon on April 5 to noon April 6. That includes more than 30 organizations in the Verde Valley.
Nearly 62 years ago, the decomposed body of small child was found outside Congress in Yavapai County. Ever since, her identity has been unknown, her body unclaimed.
The town council has multiple agendas Wednesday that include the next step in developing a large commercial lot near Interstate 17.
In February 2020, Jill Marie Knox drove a Chevy Suburban into oncoming traffic, causing a collision that killed her 5-year old daughter.
The grown-ups have shown up, but it’s a bit late in the day and anything but a sure answer to a crisis.
According to the Yavapai-Apache Nation, Police Sgt. Preston Brogdon has been moved out of intensive care and to a rehabilitation facility.
With Valentine’s Day rushing up on us Monday, we asked our readers how they met their romantic partners and how they made the relationship work. We received long answers and short answers but many seemed to agree – friendship first was key.
No longer just a person of interest, Valentin Rodriguez officially became a suspect when an arrest warrant became public Friday following last week's shooting of a Yavapai-Apache Police officer.
Yavapai County Sheriff's Office announced the coordination of a community support campaign for Yavapai-Apache Police Sgt. Preston Brogdon and his family.
Hunting for a suspect in the shooting of Yavapai-Apache Police Sgt. Preston Brogdon, the FBI Phoenix Field Office identified a “person of interest” who “may have further information on the shooting,” according a news release from Yavapai County Sheriff’ Office.
A Yavapai-Apache Police officer was shot after an altercation in Camp Verde Wednesday, Feb. 9.
A Verde Valley law enforcement officer was reported shot near Camp Verde, and officers from several agencies gathered to hunt for the suspect Wednesday night.
We are seeing yet another fallout of the failures of the community to lessen the spread of COVID-19 as nurses play hard-to-get.
If you’ve been feeling frustrated with politics and government crises – real or imagined – all around and just want your community to function the way it’s supposed to, Yavapai County has a plan.
The identity of the victim in an alleged hit-and-run incident Jan. 23 that killed a pedestrian was announced by Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Wednesday morning.
They are thinking about it.
When the Omicron variant of COVID-19 first started spreading in Arizona, some businesses started going back to their most rigorous pandemic policies out of precaution.
An idea with support from a cross-section of people is always worth serious consideration.
What do Americans really think about the First Amendment?
No one was injured when gunshots were fired on East Gila early Thursday morning, allegedly coming from a vehicle.
A common theme emerges in talks about the present and future in Verde Valley communities. It’s an old theme but a goodie: Affordable housing.
A pediatrician who has already been noted as a staff standout has been named 2021 Physician of the Year at Dignity Health’s Yavapai Regional Medical Center.
Years from now, it may be instinctive to look back on 2021 with a cringe or, for many, a moan of mourning.
In 2020, there were 1,982 deaths in Arizona attributed to opioid overdose. That was a 45% jump from the year before, indicating the public health emergency declared by Gov. Doug Ducey in 2017 has not ebbed.