Home-grown political signs can be funny, or they can ruffle the feathers of the local pink flamingos that grace Jerome.
CLARKDALE -- Construction on the Smelter Town Brewery and the Park Hotel in Clarkdale is closer to completion and owners hope to open soon.
The owners of the Cuban Queen are taking a second shot at the Jerome Planning and Zoning Commission Wednesday night in an attempt to get approval to rebuild the former bordello building, this time into a three-room boarding house with retail space.
The vinyl album is no longer the aging hippy sitting in a corner that no one wants to play.
It’s no secret when the Verde Valley DUI Task Force is out looking for drunk drivers.
JEROME -- Eric and Michelle Jurisin have bought Jerome’s Mile High Grill and Inn; and its lucky “number seven” for the business-owning couple.
The 63-year-old pedestrian struck by a 25-year-old motorcyclist Friday evening on State Route 89A in Cottonwood is listed in stable condition at the Flagstaff Medical Center, according to a press release by Cottonwood Police Sgt. Monica Kuhlt on Monday.
PAGE SPRINGS -- An aquatic invasive species, New Zealand mudsnails, were discovered in two Page Springs Fish Hatchery pools Oct. 9 during a routine invasive species survey, said Nicholas Walter, Arizona Game and Fish Department spokesman.
A pedestrian was transported to a hospital in serious condition after being in an accident with a motorcycle on East State Route 89A Friday at about 6 p.m., according to Cottonwood Police Sergeant Monica Kuhlt, who was at the scene.
The Clarkdale pickleball players are having their paddles taken away.
The Jerome Town Council’s regular meeting agenda for Tuesday, Dec. 10, includes a break for Holiday cookies.
A YouTube family’s unusual lifestyle brought them to the Thousand Trails RV Park last week, as they visually document their journey across the United States on the internet.
The Town of Jerome is encouraging residents to attend a special joint-workshop on Monday at 5 p.m. to priorities goals for the town’s future.
COTTONWOOD — The peregrine falcon stretched opened its wings in the warm thermal and hovered over a brightly colored kite fluttering in the wind over Bill Gray Road near Cottonwood.
Verde Valley Medical Center staff and administration gathered at the newly renovated “Northern Arizona Healthcare Medical Group – Cottonwood” building last week.
The Town of Jerome is working on a parking solution to relax its longtime, on-site parking requirement for some businesses in town.
Sedona Mayor Sandy Moriarty recently showed off the city’s newly arrived 2019 Chevy Bolt, the city’s first all-electric vehicle, to be used by the city staff and occasionally by the mayor. Sedona Mayor Sandy Moriarty shows off the city’s newly arrived 2019 Chevy Bolt, the city’s first all-electric vehicle, to be used by city staff, and occasionally, by the mayor. Courtesy photo
CAMP VERDE — When Out of Africa Wildlife Park’s wildly popular giraffe, Kibo, died in August, park staff immediately began looking for a baby giraffe to honor Kibo's legacy — and to continue to educate and charm visitors with the towering creatures.
Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce officials explained how they will try to attract more tourists to Cottonwood during a “Tourist Round Up!” discussion last week.
The United Verde Soil Program, aimed at cleaning up contaminated soil at homes and public properties in Clarkdale, has resumed after the soil removal was suspended last year.
A 17-year-old Cottonwood-area teenager appears to be the youngest person to date to die of a fentanyl overdose in Yavapai County.
Suspected Fentanyl pills have taken the life of a teenage boy, according to a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office news release issued Wednesday.
People will be able to park at the Yavapai College’s Clarkdale campus, and plan their hike to anywhere in the Verde Valley.
The 45th annual Jerome Fire Dept. Auxiliary Halloween Dance is Saturday, Oct. 26, at Spook Hall.
U.S. District 4 Rep. Paul Gosar, made it clear this week he will not vote for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.