Richard Martin and Chuck Runyon have been living the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle for seven years, beaming music from their low-power community radio station throughout the Verde Valley on Gulch Radio 100.5 FM, KZRJ.
The Christmas tree cutting permits for the Coconino and Prescott National Forest may be the hottest ticket in town.
The Verde Valley Archaeology Center is reopening at its new location as contractors, artists and volunteers create a new museum with artifacts, art and history about local Native Americans.
The Town of Camp Verde means business. To show they are serious they have added two new members to their Economic Development Department to assist long-time Director Steve Ayers.
A Valley Academy for Career and Technology Education class is providing students with the beginning knowledge of law enforcement and is also providing volunteers in the community.
The late Sen. John McCain will be remembered for spending summers by the Oak Creek with his family in Page Springs. Now the community is remembering the late statesman by naming a new mountain bike park at the Oak Creek School after him.
Mingus Union High School junior Cesar Diaz sat in the football stands at Mingus field Thursday with his Division III state championship medal, but what he was thinking about was winning his next race.
The Verde Valley Leadership is coming back for its 15th year in January of 2022 with a new class, new leader, and new program.
Old Town Mission Executive Director Kelly Wilson said she is “scrambling trying to find food for the Great Turkey Giveaway” this year.
The weather was perfect for this year’s Walkin’ on Main event in Old Town Cottonwood on Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021.