Important Notice
subscribe

Recent Stories

Tease photo

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 ghost of the Cuban Queen could not help her as she and her partner walked away empty handed Thursday night.

Tease photo

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. at the Thousand Trails roundabout on State Route 260.

Tease photo

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 a.m. on State Route 89A, according to Cottonwood police.

Tease photo

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 Verde Valley.

Tease photo

Going full circle: Old pro is ‘Rookie of the Year’ for Cottonwood PD

In the latest chapter of a policeman’s life that has gone full circle, the 59-year-old veteran lawman was named Cottonwood PD’s “New Employee of the Year” last month.

Tease photo

Recruitment a constant job for firefighters in Jerome

Being short-handed is a way of life at the Jerome Fire Department.

Tease photo

Hauser’s sweet corn a sweet deal for police officers

Free sweet corn for police is one way a Camp Verde farm is showing support for the women and men in blue

Tease photo

Camp Verde ‘green’ pile smoke will be seen for weeks

If you see smoke rising from the Camp Verde transfer station in the weeks ahead, that's expected.

Tease photo

Residents urged to quickly report bear sightings in Jerome

Police chief: Objective is to trap and relocate bear

There hasn’t been a reported bear sighting in more than a week in Jerome, but that doesn’t mean no one’s seen a bear.

Tease photo

New life for Jerome’s Cuban Queen?

Property owners turn to Board of Adjustment on parking dispute

The town’s Board of Adjustment has scheduled two July 18 public hearings to determine how many parking spaces should be allowed at the former Cuban Queen.

More stories