- Police search for two suspects in attempted armed robbery of Cottonwood Taco Bell (with video)
The man in the car then crawled across the driver and through the drive-thru window. He then hit the Taco ...
- Copper Canyon Fire responds to trailer fire on I-17
At approximately 5:15 a.m. Jan. 21, Copper Canyon Fire and Medical was dispatched to I-17 mp 292.5 for report of ...
- What you need to know about municipal elections
The following information about municipal elections was provided by Camp Verde Town Clerk Judy Morgan:
- Camp Verde council: Two incumbents say yes, one still deciding, one says no
For Robin Whatley, it started back in 2006 when she attended her first Camp Verde Town Council meeting.
- What you need to know about Clarkdale and Jerome's election season
Candidate packets are currently available at the Clerk’s Office.
- What you need to know about Cottonwood’s election season
Three council member seats will be up for election in 2018
- Friends of the Verde River appoints first executive director
The Verde River is the historic and vital pulse that created the Verde Valley.
- Offices up for election in Yavapai County
Candidate packets are available now
- Plans for animal therapy sanctuary could get green light
Plans for an animal therapy sanctuary could get approval Monday at Cottonwood’s Planning and Zoning Commission meeting.
- Road closure notification for 7th St., Mingus Ave. Jan. 22
Motorists traveling on 7th Street between Aspen Street and Mingus Avenue can expect a road closure of 7th Street at ...
- Man sentenced in attempted luring of a minor
The oldest case on Judge Michael R. Bluff’s calendar was resolved on Jan. 8.
- City Council appoints Kyla Allen vice mayor
“I’ll be one of the biggest cheerleaders you could have,” said newly appointed Cottonwood Vice Mayor Kyla Allen to Mayor ...
- Are 2 principals better than 1?
For the past few months, Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District Superintendent Steve King has researched, discussed and considered the ramifications of ...
- Lower prices good news for ham, cheese lovers
Good news if you like grilled ham and cheese.
- Arizonans consumed more than 43 tons of legal medical marijuana in 2017
Arizonans smoked, ate, drank or otherwise consumed more than 43 tons of legal medical marijuana in the year just ended.
- Tuzigoot, Montezuma close during government shutdown
Tuzigoot National Monument is closed because of the government shutdown that began at the stroke of midnight Friday after a ...
- Two pets die in Clarkdale house fire
Two family pets died during a residential house fire in Clarkdale Thursday night.
- Cottonwood man arrested on sex-with-minor charges
COTTONWOOD — On Jan. 13, the Phoenix Police Dept. contacted Cottonwood PD requesting assistance in attempting to locate a 15-year-old ...
- The Sensational 16: Verde Valley Wine Festival selects winemakers for May 12 event
Four Eight Wineworks and The Clarkdale Foundation have just released the names of the "Sensational Sixteen" -- the wineries who ...
- Women's March comes to Sedona
January 20, 2017: More than 1,500 people marched in Sedona. Approximately 2,000 marched in Flagstaff and 1,200 in Prescott.
- A warm bed on a cold night: Cottonwood council approves temporary shelter at Y.E.S. the Arc
COTTONWOOD – Cottonwood’s homeless will now have a warm place to rest their heads on freezing nights, thanks to an ...
- Funeral held for Kansas man shot and killed by U.S. Forest Service officer in Oak Creek Canyon
Tyler Miller, the man shot killed and killed by a U.S. Forest Service officer on Jan. 5 in Oak Creek ...
- Verde Valley Fire District promotes 12 employees
COTTONWOOD – The Verde Valley Fire District promoted a total of 12 employees to Battalion Chiefs, Captains, Engineers, and new ...
- Local veteran continues serving through Team Rubicon volunteerism
Some folks are born with a commitment to service – and that’s an apparent trait displayed in one Cornville Legionnaire. ...
- Cottonwood City Council Roundup for Jan. 19, 2018
Cottonwood City Council Roundup for Jan. 19, 2018