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Fry’s pushes button on Internet shopping in Cottonwood

The Cottonwood grocery store was the first of the chain supermarkets in town to offer pick-up service for its customers this week.

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Faust puts Cottonwood’s best foot forward for vibrant business climate

Faust’s job is to show the glass half-full, so he was masterful in making the case that the present condition of Old Town Cottonwood is actually in a sweet spot.

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Christopher Dowell named Cottonwood Police Officer of the Year

Christopher Dowell, top left, was named Cottonwood Police Officer of the Year during the department’s annual award’s ceremony at headquarters Wednesday.

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Verde homeless group gets P&Z nod; Sedona homeless center shuts down

The Verde Valley Homeless Coalition has gained Cottonwood Planning and Zoning approval for its new homeless drop-in shelter, along with a $13,000 check from rock star and local businessman Maynard Keenan, a pledge of a $10,000 car and $2,000 in donations to operate the facility next year.

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APS substation endorsed by Clarkdale P&Z commission

The new APS substation in Clarkdale is on a path to approval thanks to a Planning Commission decision Tuesday, but townspeople will still be able to voice recommendations about the substation at another Town Council meeting and an APS open house, according to Clarkdale Planning Manager Beth Escobar.

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Cottonwood Fire quickly douses Jail Trail fire

Cottonwood Fire Department firefighters quickly doused a wildfire that spread high into several old Cottonwood trees near the Jail Trail in Cottonwood on Thursday afternoon.

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The Sweetest Job in Town: Gayle’s Chocolates hopes to be perfect pair to Old Town Cottonwood wine industry

Portnoy said the popularity of the local wine industry is one reason he opened the already successful chocolate retail and production facility on North Main Street with his wife, Andrea, and son, Louis.

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Sedona In Motion project designed to ease city's traffic challenges (with video)

SEDONA -- The calm before the storm is over. Monday, crews began ripping up Jordan Road for the city’s Sedona in Motion.

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Jerome Town Council moves forward with parking kiosks

JEROME -- How much is it worth to park and look at a “million dollar view” of Sedona and the Verde Valley?

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County brings Verde Connect show and tell to Cottonwood

COTTONWOOD -- Verde Valley residents Tuesday got their first up-close look at the various routes under consideration for the Verde Connect project, which proposes a new two-lane highway and bridge over the Verde River between Cornville Road and the roundabouts on SR260 between Cottonwood and Camp Verde.

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