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Sovereign chronicles her life’s most trying times Print E-mail
Written by Jeff Wood   
Thursday, 12 April 2012 00:00
Some people have lives that inspire others to say, “You should write a book.”

Ina Gesell Sovereign is one of those people.

Sovereign’s 200-page memoir “The Potter and the Clay: Surviving Life’s Hardest Blows...

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Students plant spring garden Print E-mail
Written by Jeff Wood   
Wednesday, 11 April 2012 00:00
After a one-week delay due to snow flurries and cold weather, students from Desert Star Community School marked the arrival of spring by planting a garden on the school’s Cornville campus.

Under the supervision of...

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Patio placement permits possible Print E-mail
Written by Jeff Wood   
Tuesday, 10 April 2012 00:00
Clarkdale Town Council gave direction to staff to set a fee structure for sidewalk cafe permits in the central business district on Main Street at a regular meeting March 27, a move designed to increase the appeal to...

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Horses pull Runyon right back in Print E-mail
Written by Jeff Wood   
Sunday, 08 April 2012 00:00
Just when she thought she was out, they pulled her back in.

Five years ago, Karen Runyon remarried and moved to the Verde Valley, intent on taking a break from tending to horses, something she had done nearly all her...

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Old Post Office may return to Cornville Print E-mail
Written by {ga=mlineberger}   
Friday, 06 April 2012 00:00
Just off State Route 260 between Camp Verde and Cottonwood, there sits a moderately sized structure which was cut apart to build the highway nearly hidden by the desert hills.

If a person isn’t specifically looking for...

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Photographer captures Arizona landscapes Print E-mail
Written by Jeff Wood   
Wednesday, 04 April 2012 00:00
Anyone with an Arizona Highways engagement calendar or classic wall calendar for the month of March might want to take a closer look at the photos.

Doug Sherman, retired professor of geology and Cottonwood resident, took...

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Chickens axed by county zoning Print E-mail
Written by Jeff Wood   
Tuesday, 03 April 2012 00:00
No harm, no fowl?

Verde Village resident Debbie Crincoli recently had to give up her backyard chickens due to Yavapai County zoning ordinances, and she feels wronged.

Until recently, Crincoli lived with six chickens on a...

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Wine’s success intoxicates valley Print E-mail
Written by Jeff Wood   
Monday, 02 April 2012 00:00
As the Verde Valley grows under the influence of local wineries, is there any aspect of life in the area they won’t touch?

The wineries have become major employers, sparked the revitalization Old Town Cottonwood, and...

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