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Sunday, January 25, 2015
New year, new strategies to put Old Town Cottonwood's best foot forward
Mitch Levy runs the Old Town Association meeting at the Bootleggers Beer Club in Cottonwood on Wednesday night. VVN/Vyto Starinskas
Mitch Levy runs the Old Town Association meeting at the Bootleggers Beer Club in Cottonwood on Wednesday night. VVN/Vyto Starinskas

COTTONWOOD -- A good crowd of business operators gathered at the Bootleggers Beer Club Wednesday evening to welcome board members for the Old Town Association and to plan for the New Year.

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• Small business can succeed in international marketplace
• Arizona lags in homes with computers, high-speed Internet access
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• Thanksgiving dinner quite the bargain this year
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The Villager

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Kudos Spotlight

• Battle of the DJs returns to Cottonwood's Main Stage
• Celebrate The Well Red Coyote one last time
• The Met: Live in HD: Lehár's 'The Merry Widow' makes Sedona debut Jan. 24
• Experience the funny side of magic with Dana Daniels
• The Corner Gallery presents 'Two Men and Their Art'
• Mike Oblinski to share photo techniques of storm-chasing with Sedona Camera Club
• Windham Hill Artist Scott Cossu and Friends perform at Old Town Center for the Arts
• Film Festival presents 'Song One' and 'Six Dance Lessons'
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Local | Regional

• Mingus girls soccer playing strong
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• Achieving the dream
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• Mingus girls soccer getting it all together
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• Obituary: Kathleen Marie Hodge 1930 - 2015
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• Death Notice: Orvan Thomas White 1922 - 2015
• Obituary: Burnetta West Ooley
• Obituary: Evelyn Riehl 1920 - 2014
• Obituary: Allen Richard Marshall 1937 - 2014
• Obituary: Anna Vida 1930 - 2015
• Obituary: Diana Marie Monachelli 1972 - 2014
• Obituary: Barbara Ellen Frazier 1954 - 2015

Special Coverage
Galleries | Videos | Projects

• John Tavasci Sr. 90th celebration photo gallery
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• Verde Heritage -- 1917: New V. T. & S. Railroad, January 18
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• New Arrival: Paige Marie Badger
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90th for community patriarch
90th for community patriarch
John Tavasci, Sr, is congratulated by long-friend Bill Pirtle at the Clarkdale-Jerome School on Saturday morning at his 90th birthday celebration where the gym was packed with family, friends and relatives for a coffee and cake party for Tavasci who is well-known in the Verde Valley. VVN/Vyto Starinskas

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