David Stutzman always grew tomatoes that were fire-engine red.
The lightning-ignited Rafael Fire grew significantly Sunday to 10,000 acres from 400 acres earlier in the day, according to InciWeb website.
The override is a continuation of past voter-approved override budgets and will not cause an increase in taxes, Westcott said.
“Our focus is performing arts,” Director Rachel Dubien explained. The Liberty Leadership Academy is enrolling students for the 2021-2022 school year and plans to have 100 students from kindergarten to fourth grade.
The Mingus Union School Board meeting Thursday night was interrupted by a hacker on its Zoom feed who repeated racial slurs several times before the Internet feed could be disabled, according to Superintendent Mike Westcott.
The Camp Verde Town Council will continue planning the remaining work for the town’s $12 million sports complex at its regular meeting on Wednesday night.
Some Sedona residents believe their lifestyle is being overrun by the stress of vacation home rentals, traffic jams and piles of trash left by visitors.
The Camp Verde School Board unanimously approved Business Services Director Steve Hicks as the administrator-in-charge Tuesday after accepting Superintendent Danny Howe’s request for retirement.
Verde Village Property Owners Association is taking the survey so they can submit a Vision Statement and Community Plan in conjunction with Yavapai County’s Comprehensive Plan Update, explained Patti Greeneltch, president of the VVPOA.
Verde Valley Ambulance Chief Kim Moore built her long career the way she helped build the Verde Valley Ambulance Service – one ambulance at a time.
The Camp Verde School Board will consider releasing Superintendent Danny Howe from his present contract due to personal reasons at its regular meeting Tuesday night.
The quick reaction by a passing tow-truck driver stopped a small brush fire which was started when a pickup truck lost a wheel on State Route 260 near East Prairie Lane late Saturday morning, according to the Verde Valley Fire District.
The Camp Verde Town Council has approved the lease about 6.8 acres of Verde Lakes Recreational Corporation property for a publicly maintained municipal park.
The team has a record number of swimmers signed up for the program this year, after taking a year off because of the pandemic in 2020.
The Camp Verde Town Council will discuss and consider the approval of a lease of about 6.8 acres of Verde Lakes Recreational Corporation property. The town hopes to convert the park from privately maintained to a publicly maintained municipal park.
The Verde Valley grows the best corn, tomatoes, pecans and other produce in Northern Arizona. Now it’s a matter of letting the rest of the world know.
An 11-year-old boy is facing felony charges after police said he was responsible for intentionally setting a fire that caused more than $30,000 worth of damage at the closed Beaver Creek Golf Resort.
The 260-plus graduates of Mingus Union High School’s Class of 2021 had a perfect evening for their graduation Friday night after a turbulent year disrupted by the pandemic.
The cornerstone to rehabilitating downtown Clarkdale has been bought by the Arizona Copper Art Museum.
A three-foot rattlesnake crawled across the backyard of Scott and Heather Parris’ property in Verde Village last week.
The animals come to live out their lives at her refuge. The animals are brought to the sanctuary for a number of reasons, she said,
The Town of Camp Verde approved $175,000 to begin work immediately on the soccer, football fields and parking lot to allow for play at the town’s new $12 million Sports Complex.
Mingus Union baseball junior Jan Alvarez was named First Team All-4A Grand Canyon Region Position Player in the 4A Grand Canyon Region for 2021.
The Class of 2021 had trouble keeping their caps on during Thursday’s windy graduation celebration, but a beautiful sunset topped off the night as approximately 80 of the school’s seniors collected their diplomas.
If you’ve run out of unique dining experiences to try in Cottonwood, you might want to head down to the heart of Old Town to Eric and Michelle Jurisin’s latest culinary experiment – the Strada at Bocce.
Students at Dr. Daniel Bright Elementary School followed Cottonwood Police Officers to school on Thursday morning during "Bike to School Day."
The City of Sedona has installed two new Level 2 electric vehicle charging spots in Uptown Sedona for free public use.
The Sedona Police Department were the symbolic guardians of the flame Wednesday as they hosted the Special Olympics Torch Run.
Senior pitcher Trey Peters struck out his last batter on his 105th pitch Wednesday, ending Mingus Union’s baseball season with an exciting 1-0 win in front of a home crowd.
Verde Village residents watched Wednesday as a Native Air medical helicopter landed on their street to help two female accident victims who crashed their vehicle in the neighborhood.