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.
Santa came to Clarkdale on Saturday and even organizers were surprised by the huge turnout of children and parents at the Clark Memorial Clubhouse.
The cast performs during the EF Production’s 25th annual "Celebration of Christmas" on Saturday.
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.
Payson couple to open former Jerome bordello as gallery
Chuck and Mimi Romberger said they have bought the House of Joy in Jerome and hope to reopen the business by March.
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.
Former Sedona Red Rock High school librarian Elaine Vail couldn’t hold back her giggles as she watched all the fuss being made over a 20-foot-tall palm plant outside of the high school on Wednesday.
Cheryl Juracich was on the way to the Arizona Snowbowl in Flagstaff on Friday with her boyfriend and son when they got stopped by “too much snow” on Interstate 17 that closed the highway.
J.C. Penney employee Tambalyn Campbell packs up customer Amyah Lee of Cottonwood during a Friday, Nov. 29 sale.
The garbage truck’s engine roared as its wheels ground up the steep hill lugging a load of Jerome’s trash with a worker clinging to the back.
Boxcar Clay, LLC offers a complete line of supplies to serve the needs of ceramists.
The plume of smoke coming from the Mingus Avenue Bridge in Cottonwood area on Monday morning was from a burn of a house as a training event for the Verde Valley Fire District.
Cottonwood’s Old Town Mission celebrates Thanksgiving a bit earlier than most. In the photo on top, Pastor Bill Witt said a prayer at each of the tables. Bottom left, Rachel Collins passes a plate to Lisa Jacobo. VVN/Vyto Starinskas
The Town of Jerome is moving forward with its plan to create a district in which businesses will be able to pay a one-time fee to acquire parking spots from the town for buildings that require on-site parking.
Verde Valley Complete Auto Care is offering complete car service, maintenance, repair, body work and painting.
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.
Raena Avalon is resigning as the executive director of the Verde Valley Homeless Coalition.
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.
Under Canvas, the glamour camping company that proposed a 100-tent luxury camping site on 82 acres at the end of Bill Gray Road, has withdrawn its application with Yavapai County.
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.
Detectives working to determine source of pills; reward offered
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.
“Good morning ladies” may not be the greeting that most town-council members receive before a meeting. But, what may be for the first time in Jerome history, four women sit on the five-member Jerome Town Council.
Finding a three-legged dog in the Verde Valley is like finding a needle in a haystack.
The town began charging for parking at 10 a.m. Wednesday and things went smoothly, said Muma. In the first hour, the kiosks generated $155, the chief added.
The 45th annual Jerome Fire Dept. Auxiliary Halloween Dance is Saturday, Oct. 26, at Spook Hall.
Iva Wood opened Sissy’s Consignment Cottage Boutique recently at 56 S. Main St. in Cottonwood.
The Arizona Department of Transportation has marked 708 trees for removal along State Route 89A in Oak Creek Canyon, according to Ryan Harding, ADOT spokesman.
U.S. District 4 Rep. Paul Gosar, made it clear this week he will not vote for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
It was an exciting moment when Mingus Union High School students Emma Warner and Andrew Peterson were named Homecoming Queen and King during halftime of Friday’s Homecoming football game.
You can finally take that broken VCR or pair of pants without a button out if the closet and get them repaired at Sedona’s first Sustainability Fix It Clinic.
A local hiker found an unconscious mountain biker on the Chimney Rock Trail on Tuesday morning, called 911, and performed CPR until Sedona Fire and others arrived to carry him down the trail.
Raffle of VW bus set for Sunday; winner must be present
Max Ryniewicz, 21, and his girlfriend, Madi West, 23, were “chillin’” inside their 1970 Deluxe Safari High Top VW bus Thursday in a time-warp any hippy would have loved.
A new contractor has been selected for the United Verde Soil Program in Clarkdale and residential yard cleanups should resume this fall.
Lisa Dahl has done it again.
In a special meeting Thursday morning, the Jerome Town Council voted that town residents will pay to park at the town parking kiosks scheduled to be installed in late October.
Under Canvas, the glamour camping company that proposed a 125-tent luxury clamping site at the end of Bill Gray Road, said on Friday that it will submit its plan to Yavapai County on Sept, 20 for review, but will scale back the number of tents by 20 percent.
The Old Town Mission is offering a carrot to people to give away more produce.
Volunteerism ‘a time-honored tradition’
The Jerome Town Council said no thanks to a payday Tuesday.
The Jerome Town Council could not decide if local residents should have to pay when parking at the six kiosks that will be installed in certain parking areas in the community.
The Jerome Town Council will meet Tuesday and discuss exemptions or discounts related to the new parking fees when the town’s kiosks are installed, according to the meeting agenda.
The hang gliders and paragliders resembled mosquitoes as they hovered hundreds of feet above Mingus Mountain Saturday during the annual Arizona Hang Gliding & Paragliding Labor Day Fly-In.