- Firefighters making significant progress on Cellar Fire
The Cellar Fire has reached approximately 7,512 acres with about 18 percent containment, as of Sunday morning, July 21, the ...
- Drones become lifesaving tools for fighting wildfires
The whir of aerial drones provided a distinct soundtrack to the month it took to contain the Woodbury Fire, which ...
- What to do about the Cuban Queen?
Windy Jones argued point by point with the two Jerome attorneys and several Board of Adjustment members, but even the ...
- Saturday morning roundabout crash on State Route 260
Cottonwood police and the Arizona Department of Public Safety responded to this single big-rig rollover Saturday at about 9 a.m. ...
- Two sent to hospital following head-on crash in Cottonwood
Failure to yield to oncoming traffic was the cause of this two-vehicle head-on crash in Cottonwood Friday at about 11 ...
- Beaver Creek registration open
Except for Tuesday, registration is ongoing at Beaver Creek School from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
- Weather helps firefighters gain on Cellar Fire
Humid and cloudy conditions have helped firefighters battle a wildfire burning along the southern edge of Yavapai County.
- Sheriff's Office: Congress man killed his father
Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office personnel responded to a homicide scene in the Congress area, southwest of Prescott, Thursday evening, and ...
- Active day for Cellar Fire expected south of Prescott
The Cellar Fire, burning south of Prescott, doesn’t appear to be slowing down.
- Clarkdale property valuations have been on roller coaster
Clarkdale proposes property tax levy increases once again, but its property tax base is healthier than it was six years ...
- Clarkdale Council to hear input on substation, tax rate and levy
Tuesday, much could be decided for the next fiscal year for the Town of Clarkdale.
- Type 1 team takes command of Cellar Fire near Prescott
A fire closure order went into effect Thursday morning, July 18. It includes everything south of Wolf Creek including Potato ...
- Spontaneous combustion source of Mulch Fire
Spontaneous combustion of green materials most likely ignited the fire whose billowing smoke can be seen from all over the ...
- County staff outlines implications of property tax increase
From every $100 that Yavapai County’s residents spend on property taxes, 17 cents goes into a general fund.
- Community meeting with Rep. Thorpe to address impacts of short-term rentals
Sedona residents will have an opportunity to provide direct input on state legislation that governs short-term rentals at a July ...
- Back-to-school backpack program at Camp Verde Community Church
Camp Verde Community Church is once again providing backpacks to local children so they can be ready for school.
- Group threatens lawsuit over ‘cow pies’ in streams
An environmental group took the first steps Wednesday to filing suit against the U.S. Forest Service for failing to live ...
- Protect yourself against mosquitos
Take precautions to avoid the many health concerns that go with mosquito bites.
- The slippery slope of gossip
Chameleons change their color to fit in with their background -- and abandon their own authenticity.
- Reno & Sheila to perform at Beaver Creek Adult Center
Reno and Sheila McCormick will perform at the Beaver Creek Adult Center this weekend.
- New associate editor brings experience from all four time zones
The new associate editor of the Verde Independent has been to a unique combination of places.
- Fire officials upgrading effort against Cellar Fire; Code Red 'READY' alert issued
The Prescott National Forest (PNF) has upgraded its management of the Cellar Fire, a wildfire that was started by lightning ...
- Cottonwood Council to maintain water rates for one year
Water rates for Cottonwood residents won't go up until July 2020.
- Catch 22: Woman, 32, has ties to Cottonwood area
Here's the latest person sought under the Yavapai Sheriff's July 2019 "Catch 22" program.
- Yavapai County announces B2 South/Coury Drive as desired Verde Connect road
Yavapai County announced Wednesday that it would like to link State Route 260 to Cornville Road with a connector road ...