Mingus High Union High School has suspended two students for vandalism, and the school suspects they were related to a nationwide TikTok challenge to teens that has led to the recent suspensions of 12 students at Sedona Red Rock High School.
The Verde Valley Homeless Coalition has received its approval to open the Verde Valley’s first overnight shelter, according to Verde Valley Homeless Coalition Executive Director Rhonda Bishop on Monday, Sept. 27.
The 30th annual Jerome VW Bus Jamboree took place Thursday, Sept. 30, through Sunday, Sept. 26, in Jerome.
Sometimes when no one shows up to a public hearing, it can be seen as a good thing.
Three Sedona Red Rock High School students and a Camp Verde High School student each earned $500 scholarships during the first inaugural Youth Salute Program at Sedona Red Rock High School on Wednesday, Sept, 22.
The Mingus football team, 2-2 after a 51-0 win over Alhambra on Thursday, Sept. 24, has averaged 40.75 points per game on opponents’ fields this year as players wait for their synthetic field to be completed so they can go home and play.
The Verde Valley Humane Society is timing its “pet food giveaway” with the nearby Manzanita Food distributions.
The Town of Clarkdale’s Summer Concerts in the Park is where Norman Rockwell and Mayberry’s Sheriff Andy Taylor would love to hang out together. And Barney too.
“Bom, bom, bom … bom.”
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.
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.
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.
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.
No one was injured, but the residents were displaced by a mobile home fire on Calle Tomallo in the Centerville subdivision in Clarkdale early Friday, Sept. 10.
The kids at the Cottonwood Community School have turned a bunch of bricks, weeds and worms into a permaculture garden that grows in an area at the school that was once wasted space.
Parents put children on a school bus safely every morning, but bus drivers and police officers are making sure the bus trip doesn’t become the most dangerous thing they do all day.
Brandon Decker wants to take back Sedona. And he’s doing with rock.
Chief Allen Muma is the longest-serving police chief in Jerome’s history, and he plans on staying on for a few more years. That’s great news for Jerome, but also scary news for the ghost town that someday will have to find a new police chief.
In order to quench the thirst for Verde Valley wines, Cove Mesa Vineyard is not wasting any time.
The Camp Verde Council unanimously approved a Montezuma Castle Highway pavement restoration of $76,074.90 to Asphalt Paving and Supply, Inc. at its regular meeting Aug. 18.
A drone is coming to the rescue of the Verde River like no man has been able to before.
Devin Lee Sprecher, 33, of Cottonwood, was arrested Thursday, Sept. 2, on multiple alleged felony domestic violence related charges after a standoff with Verde Valley SWAT on the 100 block of South 9th Street.
There’s an otter, a beaver and even a ringtail that will be hanging out on the benches in downtown Camp Verde.
Build it and they will come. Yavapai College built a new Skilled Trades Center at its Verde Valley campus last summer, and the students have certainly come.
Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District is asking parents to review a new curriculum for its “opt-in” family life education classes, according to COCSD Superintendent Steve King.
Booster shots for COVID-19 vaccinations are recommended for people with weakened immune systems, and other people over the age of 12 will be eligible for a third booster shots soon possibly around Sept. 20 in Yavapai County, according to Leslie Horton, director Yavapai County Community Health Services.
An occupant of a house in Lower Oak Creek Estates was not aware his home was on fire until notified by a neighbor of the fire, according to fire officials.
Two female passengers, a 3-year-old and a 7-year-old were transported to the Verde Valley Medical Center in Cottonwood with minor injuries after a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Main Street and East Mingus Avenue on Saturday, Aug. 21, 2021, according to the Cottonwood Police Department.
The Town of Camp Verde, Cottonwood and Sedona have secured a Rural Business Development grant in partnership with Northern Arizona University to recruit a high-skilled technical workforce in the Verde Valley.
You can buy the world at Looky Lulu’s antique store. Well, it’s actually a globe. But there’s also a pink flamingo, an elephant-print shirt, a rooster painting or even a pair of Elton John elevator shoes.
The body of an 85-year-old man was recovered by police search and rescue teams downstream from a creek-crossing near Sycamore Creek on Monday, Aug. 23, according to police.
The Camp Verde Town Council has accumulated millions of dollars to spend on town projects, but the town is trying to figure how to get them done.
As the COVID-19 infections continue to increase in the Verde Valley, vaccination clinics will likely also increase.
Most children in the Verde Valley are choosing to attend school without masks now that face coverings will be an option, rather than a mandate, in Arizona schools.
A local couple who love sharing their tandem bike together have spun the wheel on a new journey in life, purchasing the Verde Valley Bicycle Co. in Cottonwood.
The spike of the Verde River late Wednesday night and Thursday morning surprised even long-time river watchers.