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Tuition to rise at Yavapai College
Written by Mark Lineberger   
Friday, 13 March 2015 12:51

Funding is always an issue for Yavapai College.Penny Wills, president of Yavapai College, recently gave an update on the college’s plans ask for a property tax increase.

College President Penny Wills said that the state of Arizona currently provides around 1 percent of the school’s funding.

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Dice run aides ailing Christian
Written by Mark Lineberger   
Friday, 13 March 2015 12:04
Jeff Christian spent a lot of time working to help his community. Now the community is looking to provide a little help for Christian.

Christian helped run the local Food City in Cottonwood, said Allan Marx, a friend who...

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Tour bus U-turn shuts down traffic in Jerome
Written by Christopher Fox Graham   
Tuesday, 10 March 2015 14:36
A tour bus that attempted to make a U-turn on County Road and Clark Street in Jerome has blocked traffic in both directions, according to witnesses.

Traffic into the mountain town has been backing up from both the...

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Evans returns to Old Town & sees how city has grown
Written by Mark Lineberger   
Thursday, 05 March 2015 14:53

Dawn Evans is back in town.Dawn Evans grew up in Cottonwood, but spent 13 years in New Hampshire. There, Evans worked with herbs for healing and spirituality. Recently, Evans reconnected with a brother from the Phoenix area who had been given up for adoption before she was born.

Standing behind a shop counter in Old Town Cottonwood Thursday afternoon, Evans gestured to an area beyond across the street.

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Local town hall eyes economy
Written by Mark Lineberger   
Thursday, 05 March 2015 14:22
Last November, leaders and thinkers from around the state gathered near the Grand Canyon for the 105th Arizona Town Hall.

The town halls are held to bring people together to look at issues and solutions for Arizona on any...

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Survey asks ‘Who needs library?’
Written by Mark Lineberger   
Thursday, 05 March 2015 14:15

The Clarkdale Community Services Department sent out a survey last year to see what town services were being used by residents.Clarkdale Human Resources and Communication Services Director Janet Perry checks out two books to Roger Dunn at the Clarkdale Public Library. Recently a survey was conducted in the town, asking what services residents use, what they would like to see and what they do not use.​

The town council reviewed the results at its Feb. 24 meeting.

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State parks plan for the future
Written by Mark Lineberger   
Tuesday, 03 March 2015 16:02
The new executive director of Arizona State Parks was in Camp Verde last week and talked a bit about what she hopes to accomplish in the agency’s future.
Sue Black was appointed to the position in February by Gov. Doug...

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Flooding hits Verde Valley
Written by Andrew Pardiac   
Monday, 02 March 2015 11:49

Flooding has hit several low-lying areas of the Verde Valley. A flash flood warning is in effect for Monday, March 2, and a winter weather advisory is set for elevations above 6,000 feet.Oak Creek temporarily claimed several RV lots at Sunrise Resort’s Page Springs campground on Sunday. The water level is about two-feet deep on the post for lot 54, where RV owners plug in for electrical service when camping. A few days of rain in the Verde Valley funneled into the creek, swelling it beyond its usual boundaries. About the time this photo was taken, an Arizona Department of Transportation truck was parked on the shoulder of Page Springs Road and its driver was taking a look at the bridge and powerful current beneath it about 100 yards downstream from the RV campground.

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