Ten ideas for shop-local gift-giving this year.
The cool thing about shopping in Old Town is that many of the businesses are “locally owned and operated, mom and pop shops,” explained Andrea Schultz Director of Operations of the Greater Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce.
The Cottonwood Planning and Zoning Commission is holding a special meeting at the Cottonwood Recreation Center concerning the 152 multi-family dwelling project behind Walmart.
An incident with a teacher, during which a student allegedly was “dragged” by the hoodie on Nov. 9, was investigated by the Clarkdale-Jerome School administration, but parents of several students said those concerns have not been addressed properly.
Officers from Camp Verde Marshal’s Office helped recover two stolen vehicles from unrelated cases at the same time late Tuesday morning, both of which were involved in crimes at the same time in separate locations.
The Mingus girls’ basketball team is 1-0 put on an opening-night show that their new coach Troy Hoke was hoping for – rolling over the Barry Goldwater Bulldogs, 50-19 on Thursday night, Nov. 17.
The theme of this year’s Cottonwood Christmas Parade is “Gingerbread House Christmas.”
There’s gold in them thar hills, and foliage peepers only have to go as far as Dead Horse Ranch State Park to bask in it.
The smiley-face meme said it all.
Food prices are soaring this year as the Old Town Mission kicks off its busy holiday season with a Thanksgiving community dinner on Monday, Nov. 14.
The Camp Verde Town Council postponed any decision about the future of the historic Arena Del Loma at a special meeting, after listening to a handful of the 100 residents who turned out in the community gym Wednesday night.
A local high school student interviewed local vets for a Veterans Day project, before he went to Prescott on Friday, Nov. 5, to sign the paperwork to enlist in the U.S Army.
During the Vietnam War, Terrie Frankel’s father saw an advertisement in the Chicago Sun-Times seeking an accordionist to go to Vietnam for the USO.
The chairman of the Yavapai County Democratic Party has lodged a complaint regarding campaign contributions made by the Yavapai Republican Committee and the Yavapai County Republican Party to two Mingus School Board candidates.
Besides the beef, the best thing about the Zeke Taylor barbecue is getting a hug from 86-year-old Don Goddard.
A little more than a week before the General Election, the Lions of Liberty group said they are not part of the ballot watchers prompting voters to file police complaints in Phoenix and Mesa.
A self-described “science nerd” has been hired as the new tasting-room manager at the Southwest Wine Center at Yavapai College where people can purchase wine made by students.
The roller rink at Riverfront Park was a swirling light show of Halloween characters made up of outfits such as an eagle, a she-devil and a disco-dude.
The Cottonwood City Council will hire a consulting firm to look for new city manager candidates after two of four candidates, who were selected to interview for the replacement for City Manager Ron Corbin, withdrew from the process.
James Ball and his award-winning A.T.O.R.T. Theatre at Mingus Union High School are working overtime bringing a 1920s factory to life for the drama “Radium Girls.”
All three candidates on the Mingus School Board General Election ballot will be on the five-member school board next year.