Important Notice
subscribe

Recent Stories

Tease photo

New Zealand mudsnails infest Page Springs Fish Hatchery

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.

Tease photo

Pedestrian taken to hospital after accident with motorcycle

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.

Tease photo

Santa: Early stopover in Clarkdale

Santa came to Clarkdale on Saturday and even organizers were surprised by the huge turnout of children and parents at the Clark Memorial Clubhouse.

Tease photo

EF Production presents ‘Celebration of Christmas’

The cast performs during the EF Production’s 25th annual "Celebration of Christmas" on Saturday.

Tease photo

Pickleball equipment broken, stolen from Clarkdale courts

The Clarkdale pickleball players are having their paddles taken away.

Tease photo

Jerome Council meeting to include more parking discussions

The Jerome Town Council’s regular meeting agenda for Tuesday, Dec. 10, includes a break for Holiday cookies.

Tease photo

New life for former bordello

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.

Tease photo

Life on the Road: YouTube RV family clicks on Cottonwood

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.

Tease photo

Red Rock High students save decades-old palm

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.

Tease photo

Taking a break on a board

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.

More stories