- Final four: Community stakeholders meet finalists for Cottonwood City Manager
Community members and stakeholders from all over the Verde Valley had the chance to meet the finalists Friday morning at ...
- Homeless group seeks new cold-weather shelter in Cottonwood
Raena Avalon has had success sheltering Cottonwood’s homeless population.
- Becky O’Banion steps down from school board, but not from Verde Valley education
CLARKDALE – As of 5:59 p.m. Tuesday, Becky O’Banion is no longer on the Clarkdale-Jerome School Board.
- Alex Barber selected as mayor of Jerome
JEROME – Alex Barber was appointed Mayor of Jerome Tuesday by an almost entirely new council Tuesday.
- Clarkdale swears in Regner, Hunseder
- Clarkdale Town Council swore in council members Bill Regner and Debbie Hunseder Tuesday.
- Thunder and Lightnin’, pony rides, Farm-a-go-go all part of Cornville’s Olde Tyme Country Fair
CORNVILLE – From 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17 come to the Olde Tyme Country Fair at Oak ...
- Flake threatens judicial nominations, to force vote on special counsel
Sen. Jeff Flake said Wednesday he will oppose all judicial confirmations until the Senate is allowed to vote on a ...
- Garrison sets sights on paving Ogden Ranch Road
Ogden Ranch Road is a one-mile stretch of dirt road that is occasional graded on the outskirts of Cottonwood, but ...
- Setting the pace: Survey to help Camp Verde Marshal’s Office ‘strengthen community partnerships
It’s been a month since Corey Rowley took over as Camp Verde Marshal. Recently, he said that the officers and ...
- Bread of Life elects new board president as Spoo replaces Hach
CAMP VERDE – Camp Verde recently lost a husband-and-wife team of volunteers, as Denny and Phoebe Hach relocated to the ...
- Cottonwood sets Dec. 4 public hearing for 2019 CDBG projects
The City of Cottonwood is expected to receive approximately $330,000 in FY19 federal CDBG funds from the Arizona Department of ...
- Woman accused in Halloween shooting arrested
A Cottonwood woman accused of being involved in a shooting in Old Town Halloween night was arrested Sunday on weapons, ...
- A word on the bird: Lower prices on turkey for consumers
PHOENIX -- A healthy supply of turkeys is going to make the cost of feeding the family Thanksgiving dinner a ...
- Genie Gee assumes dual role as Mingus superintendent, principal
COTTONWOOD – There’s no telling how long Genie Gee will be in the front seat at Mingus Union High School ...
- Country Bank to become State Bank of Arizona
Immediately, however, the Cottonwood branch is known as Country Bank, a Division of State Bank of Arizona, Tufte said, though ...
- Old Town Assn. showing progress following Chamber partnership
Last summer, the Old Town Association was still in rehabilitation stages following an embezzlement scandal.
- Hoffman 54,000 votes ahead of Riggs for AZ schools chief
PHOENIX -- Democrats will take at least one statewide office for the next four years.
- Camp Verde Kiwanis won’t sell Christmas trees this year
CAMP VERDE – For the first time in 35 years, the Camp Verde Kiwanis will not sell Christmas trees.
- Latest vote tally gives Sinema clear lead for U.S. Senate seat
PHOENIX -- The latest batch of votes counted Monday put the U.S. Senate out of the reach of Republican Martha ...
- Speed of Trust on Camp Verde School Board agenda
CAMP VERDE – Earlier this year, Camp Verde Unified School District’s governing board and Administrator-in-Charge Danny Howe began reading the ...
- Cottonwood council bumps magistrate position to part-time
Cottonwood City Council decided to bump Cottonwood Magistrate Douglas LaSota’s position down from full-time to part-time.
- City Council tables implementation of use tax
COTTONWOOD -- Implementation of a Cottonwood use tax has hit another delay.
- Forest Service seeks public input on Slide Rock proposed fence and guardrail
SEDONA — The Coconino National Forest’s Red Rock Ranger District seeks public comment, in compliance with the National Environmental Policy ...