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Brigham Peterson is 14 but is already taking on some important responsibilities.

The Cottonwood teen was leading a group of people into a nature trail over the weekend out behind Clarkdale-Jerome School.…

Gaudy runs to gold at age 90

Betty Gaudy knows that getting older doesn't mean you have to slow down.

Gaudy recently turned 90 and hasn’t stopped competing in track and field events.…

Boggs tends bar, before going on stage to sing with the band

Abigail Boggs was keeping out of the heat last week, working behind the bar at the Verde Brewing Company inside the old bright red Boler’s Bar building on Camp Verde's Main Street.

She had been working there around a week and a half as of last Tuesday.…

CVMO stays busy as report rolls in

The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office answered fewer calls overall in June compared with the previous June, according to numbers released last week by the Town of Camp Verde.

Deputies responded to 1,096 calls for the month, down from more than 1,200 in June 2014.…

Archaeology Center’s grant will protect historic sites

The Verde Valley Archaeology Center is continuing its mission to preserve and protect sites of historical importance throughout the region.

To that end, the center has recently received grant money to help protect archaeological sites from vandalism.…

Court OKs SRP, ditch agreement

Yavapai County Superior Court Judge David Mackey ruled last week that the Verde Ditch Company can proceed with an effort to establish an agreement with the Salt River Project.

The agreement, a memorandum of understanding, defines some historic water rights on lands irrigated by the Verde Ditch Company, which is responsible for providing water from the Verde River to ditch shareholders and has some records dating back to 1868.…

Barag finds life to be a riot

Christine Barag used to be involved in civic affairs.

She ran for office when she felt like there were things she wanted to change and ended up becoming vice mayor of Jerome.…

County offers slash drop site

You won't have to wait until Tuesday, Oct. 20, at the Wild Horse Pass Hotel to thrash some slash.

Starting Friday, Aug. 21, people will be able to drop off their yard waste at Yavapai County transfer stations for free for a limited time.…