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This is Cottonwood! Arizona Culture Challenge takes flight
A combination of forces brought the Arizona Culture Challenge to Cottonwood in April.
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Tue Jul 08, 2014
Letter: Independents should make their voices heard en masse
Hopefully, Independents on the Permanent Early Voter List don't need to be reminded July 12 is the last day to request a Partisan Primary Ballot in the mail.
Rollover on 260
Cottonwood police and paramedics were dispatched about 4 p.m. Monday on State Route 260 to a one-vehicle rollover accident as monsoon rainfall slickened the roadway.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Verde Valley Teen Center is preparing for lift off
The new Verde Valley Teen Center hopes to open with the beginning of the new school year the first week of August.
Cottonwood celebrates Fantastic Family 4th
Solstice Whitehouse-Marion is thrilled with her finish in the watermelon-eating contest during the Cottonwood Fantastic Family 4th of July festivities at Cottonwood Kids Park Friday.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Things you did not know about ... John Bassous, contractor, Tierra Verde Builders
With his wife Mary, Residential and Commercial General Contractor John Bassous has owned and operated Tierra Verde Builders for 16 years.
Still no decision on charges in bicyclist Lynn Hartline death
Ethelyn Hartline was the 48 year old Gilbert bicyclist killed in a collision with a van on Cornville Road May 17. The avid bicyclist was among the hundreds of riders that took part in the Bike MS Ride the Vortex event.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Minerals Research and Recovery plant rising from old slag pile
The operation will use service trucks like the ones used by CTI to transport cement products from the plant in Clarkdale.
Editorial: Best face forward for Verde Valley
But with increasing frequency, the rest of the world is catching on to the fact that the Verde Valley is one special place to live and visit.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Verde Valley Leadership hosts Criminal Justice Day
Class VIII of Verde Valley Leadership hosted their criminal justice issue day on Friday June 20, beginning at the Yavapai County Sherriff's Office and Jail.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Legislative trio visits Cottonwood
Most questions focused on water conservation and immigration issues in the state, like the recent influx of teen immigrants who have been staying on federal land.
City of Cottonwood expands free spaying neutering offer for the Verde Valley
Starting July 1, the City of Cottonwood Ordinance Enforcement team will be partnering with the Verde Valley Veterinary Hospital, Montezuma Animal Hospital, and Cornville Pet Clinic to provide free spay/neuter services.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
The Arizona Republic
Puppy recovers after being thrown from moving vehicle
Her name is Hope, for good reason. MaryAnn Canning rescued the pup after she witnessed her being thrown out the window of the vehicle in front of her on a highway between Cottonwood and Cornville.
Letter: Thank you for the work you do to make this garden thrive
I am writing on behalf the Don Godard and Bill and Margie Grant families to thank the City of Cottonwood and Mayor, Diane Joens for the work they do to preserve the Cottonwood Community Orchard on South Willard Street.
Brush fire in intersection
Monday afternoon, Clarkdale Fire crews were dispatched to a brush fire in the intersection of Eagle Ridge Road and Buena Vista Drive.
Wine and Music Festival a Class Act
The Tilted Earth Wine and Music Festival, sponsored by Page Springs Cellars, brought together seventeen Northern Arizona wineries for a daylong celebration on Saturday, June 21, at Riverfront Park in Cottonwood.
City breaks ground for 1st phase of 12th St.
A Cottonwood street project that has been in the planning since 2009, finally kicked off Monday morning, as council members, staff and contractors broke ground on the south end of 12th Street.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Sales tax revenue boost for Camp Verde, Cottonwood
Cottonwood hit its six-month stride for positive growth in sales tax receipts in May, according to a new report from the Arizona Department of Revenue.
Sun Jun 22, 2014
Editorial: Time to get to the facts of library usage
Talking off the top of one's head in a public meeting can be a dangerous practice.
Old Verde Lynx bus generates new bus for VFW
The City of Cottonwood recently thought it could finally make good on a VFW request to satisfy their need for transportation of the Post #7400 Color Guard to and from events and other functions.