- VERDE HERITAGE 1972: COTTONWOOD BUILDING CODE
New building codes and an inspector will result in the clean up (repairing, remodeling, redecorating) of abandoned and old structures, ...
- Life in the Slow Lane: Tiny's Shadow
The conversion of Lonely Girl from pig to sheep is now complete, at least in her mind and much to ...
- Sedona Pathways, Our Daily Journey: Dec. 12, 2018
No one really likes waiting in line at the grocery store and some even take naps while waiting for their ...
- Q&A with Verde Valley Teacher of the Week: Matt Bazzill
Before Matt Bazzill became a teacher, he studied Chinese medicine, martial arts, and acupuncture. Though he still love these things, ...
- Chabad hosts menorah lighting, festival of lights at Tlaquepaque
Chabad of Sedona hosted a menorah lighting event to commemorate the first night of Hanukkah Sunday at the Tlaquepaque in ...
- Verde Canyon takes trip to North Pole
Verde Canyon Railroad made its inaugural trip to the North Pole Saturday night with a train full of children and ...
- VERDE HERITAGE 1972: Indian Community Requests 800 Acres
There are 400 acres available near the Middle Verde Reservation and 400 acres available near Lynx Lake east of Prescott.
- Q&A with Valley Academy of Career and Technology Education Business Manager Shawnna Patton
It’s been more than 20 years since Shawnna Patton’s mother started working in education. It’s why she works in education, ...
- Mingus thespians present: A Christmas Carol
Over the next two weekends, Mingus Union High School’s theater troupe will present A Christmas Carol at the school’s auditorium.
- Comic book artists set up shop in Old Town
Locals and visitors in Old Town Cottonwood can not only pick up a locally made piece of jewelry or clothing ...
- Q&A with VERDE VALLEY’S EDUCATOR OF THE WEEK Felisa McGavock
CAMP VERDE – Felisa McGavock was 7 years old when she decided she would become a teacher. McGavock, now lead ...
- Cornville Historical Society holiday event planned at Cracchiolo DK Ranch
The Cornville Historical Society has announced its annual holiday fundraiser event at the historic University of Arizona, Cracchiolo DK Ranch, ...
- VERDE HERITAGE 1973: CLARKDALE; Old Lindner Garage
Cottonwood businessmen move to Clarkdale
- Sedona Pathways Our Daily Journey: Nov. 26, 2018
I love clouds and habitually shoot clouds that speak to me. I took this shot of the clouds from our ...
- Life in the slow Lane: 'Lonely Girl'
It's that time of year and four out of my five piggies are now gone.
- Heart of Arizona Wine country just got bigger with 23rd tasting room
The “Heart of Arizona Wine Country” just got a little bigger. So big, in fact, that the list of tasting ...
- Verde Valley Bicycle Company rolls into new era
Verde Valley Bicycle Company owner Bill Jackson and his staff pose for a photo during their open house after the ...
- VERDE HERITAGE 1904: Trip to Jerome and Camp Verde, Part 2
The travelers visited Camp Verde, Montezuma Castle, Soda Springs, Montezuma Well, etc., before returning to Jerome, Jerome Junction, and Prescott.
- VERDE HERITAGE 1904: Trip to Jerome and Camp Verde, Part 1.
A traveler's impressions of the scenery, mines, smelter, and Town of Jerome.
- Q&A with VERDE VALLEY’S EDUCATOR OF THE WEEK Sarah O’Donnal
COTTONWOOD – It’s not uncommon for Sarah O’Donnal to spend her spare time with work on her mind.
- Sedona Pathways Our Daily Journey: Nov. 19, 2018
Sometimes the sky and my moods intersect in a soft glow where the world becomes a vista of pastels and ...
- C&B Construction earns EPA indoor airPLUS Leader Award for 2018
C&B Construction has once again received the EPA indoor airPLUS Leader Award for 2018 from the Environmental Protection Agency.
- Verde Valley helps Manzanita Outreach deliver hope abroad
On behalf of myself and Manzanita Outreach, I would like to express our heartfelt thanks to our generous community. Here, ...
- VERDE HERITAGE 1928: Clarkdale Street Paving.
The retaining wall and sidewalk on the hill by the old high school are 90 years old.
- Q&A with VERDE VALLEY’S EDUCATOR OF THE WEEK Debra Terrey, first grade teacher, Verde Christian Academy
COTTONWOOD – Ben Russel recently sat behind Verde Christian Academy first grade teacher Deb Terrey during the school’s chapel time.