The 20th annual Thunder Valley Rally in Old Town Cottonwood.
Northern Arizona Healthcare is seeing some employees who are resistant to getting the COVID-19 vaccine in their facilities in Flagstaff, Cottonwood, Sedona and Camp Verde, according to Dr. Derek Feuquay, NAH chief medical officer.
The Cottonwood City Council and the Planning and Zoning Board gave the “green light” for staff to work with a developer to build a large resort off State Route 260, just east of town, with several thousand homes, hotels, a retail village and a surf park.
Local residents tuned out to the Camp Verde Job and Career Fair on Thursday, Sept. 16, at the Camp Verde Town gym.
Mogollon will be the shining star at this year’s Thunder Valley Rally as Cottonwood hosts its 20th motorcycle rally event in partnership with The Law Tigers.
They may not be on the cover of Rolling Stone, but the Mingus Union High School rock band is following in the footsteps of superstar alumni as George Thorogood, Kenny Wayne Shepard and Leon Russell to play at the annual Thunder Valley Rally on Friday, Sept. 17.
John Knight, the Town of Jerome’s zoning administrator, said he has resigned to take a position as the community development director for the Town of Camp Verde.