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The Verde Independent | Cottonwood, Arizona
Friday, February 5, 2016
College advisory chair makes his case on administrative district
Paul Chevalier, chairman of the Verde Valley Board Advisory Committee
Paul Chevalier, chairman of the Verde Valley Board Advisory Committee
"The outcome would be two colleges, each with their own head," said Paul Chevalier, chairman of the Verde Valley Board Advisory Committee ... "Bob Oliphant has really thought this out and is providing us some good information."


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• Sgt. Daniels retires because of injuries suffered in Gaver brawl
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• State Senate unanimously endorses revamping police, fire pension plan
• Plans proposes restoring $28 million to JTEDs
• Popular vote process gains support in State House
• New push to allow guns in public buildings
• Attorney: Text deletions should not be fodder for legal challenge
• Gaver parents back on trial track

Opinions
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• Editorial: Creating Verde Valley College 'tilting at windmills'
• Letter: DMV needs to rethink this ludicrous policy
• Letter: Toys for Tots generosity took the load off Santa Claus
• Commentary: You can never be too prepared during flood season
• Editorial: Lt. Governor for Arizona as bad an idea now as it was in 2010
• Letter: Thanks for the memories? Maybe not!
• Letter: We'd be better off to rent grocery carts
• Editorial: Great way to begin new job for Cottonwood police chief
• Letter: Your donations directly benefit Old Town Mission

Business & Economy


• 'Green' uniquely-styled apartment project near post office completed
• New ownership for Dewey's Plumbing
• Linn Montjoy named Employee of the Year at Spectrum Healthcare
• Verde Valley Caregivers get $2500 boost from Graham's Integrity Auto Sales
• Oxendale Chrysler Technician wins Prestigious Award by FCA
• Hilltop Deli takes over Tropical Dreams location
• One for the Verde funds Oak Creek water quality education program
• Guard against credit card fraud
• WalletHub study explores holiday shopping limits

Features
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• Something fishy is going on
• What's Happening Feb. 3, 2016
• Stitches for Syria
• I hope you dance
• What's Happening: Jan. 29, 2016
• Top 10 reasons to get flu shot
• 135-year-old penny shows up in cash register of Old Town business
• Helfrich named 'Big Brother of the month'
• What's Happening: Jan. 15

The Villager


• VOC parents get their first glimpse of Big Park's future
• Villagers to be honored at KSB Awards of Excellence
• Only constant in school system is promise of change
• Season for volunteering
• Communication is foundation of relationships; building block that gives strength to our community
• Village gets Visitors Center
• Village resident Eric Holowacz shares vision for Sedona Arts Center
• Yavapai Food Council collections on upswing
• The Hudson: A Neighborhood Restaurant

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• Fingerstyle guitar champion Muriel Anderson in concert at Old Town Center
• Sweetheart of an Art Walk weekend planned in Jerome
• Andrea Smith Gallery debuts new Kurt Wenner exhibit
• Celebrate New Year with Sedona Gallery Association
• Rowe Gallery presents 'Art With Heart'
• Full week of music ahead at Sedona's Sound Bites Grill
• Super String Quartet returns to Sedona
• The Treasure an engaging and humorous film
• New Movies Coming to theaters this week

Sports
Local | Regional | Gallery: Mingus at Sedona Red Rock Hoops Classic (2015)


• Marauders take down Tuba City
• Desert Thunder 16U just keeps winning
• Hole in One's at coyote Trails Golf Course
• With 78-65 win, Marauders hold sole possession of Section IV
• Mingus grapplers finish regular season at home
• Marauders finish season on three-game win streak to finish at .500 after 6-1 win over Sunrise Mountain
• No. 13 Marauders take down Independence after slow start
• Mingus wins 4-0 on Senior Night
• Hernandez nets second-straight hat trick in 4-1 win

Obituaries


• Obituary: Ceble Stephens 1925-2016
• Obituary: Burton W. Brown
• Obituary: Duwain Jones
• Obituary: Sylvia A. Morris Oates 1927-2016
• Obituary: Lucy Ann Lucero 1944-2016
• Obituary: Edward John Mure 1958-2016
• Obituary: Joe Roy Joy 1924-2016
• Obituary: Ceble Stephens 1925-2016
• Obituary: Walter (Sonny) E. Jordan, Jr 1936-2016

Special Coverage
Galleries | Videos | Projects


• Verde Heritage -- 1916: CLARKDALE FLOURISHING
• Sedona Pathways ... our daily journey Feb. 5, 2016
• Life in the Slow Lane: I can buy them back any time I want
• Verde Heritage -- 1903: JEROME IS NOW THE WICKEDEST TOWN
• Sedona Pathways ... our daily journey Feb. 3, 2016
• Verde Heritage -- 1892: COTTONWOOD; News Notes, January 26
• Sedona Pathways ... our daily journey Jan. 28, 2016
• Sedona Pathways ... our daily journey Jan. 27, 2016
• Verde Heritage -- 1961: Scenic Black Canyon Highway

Celebrate
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• Engaged: Amanda C. Harbeson and Jarrod S. Rogers
• New arrival: Anais Siana Pesqueira
• New arrival: Hunter VanVoy Adams
• New arrival: Grant Lee Howard Smart
• 60 Years and Counting
• Golden Anniversary
• Cottonwood's Desiree' Marie Sanchez promoted to Master Sergeant
• New arrival: Xander Parker Canfield
• New arrival: Sarah Jade Monay Romero

Blazin' Time!
Blazin' Time!
The Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce celebrated it's annual dinner at the Blazin' M Ranch in Cottonwood on Friday night to the theme of Viva Las Verde. The event had a Las Vegas and Elvis theme, live auction and music. A large turnout filled the dining hall, above, as members looked at auction items. VVN/Vyto Starinskas

This Week's Events
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Sweet Heart Dance Dinner 6:00pm

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National Theatre Live: Behind the Beautiful Forevers (Verde Valley Campus)

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Rebuffing claims she should be in charge of education policy, a Senate panel voted Thursday to take away some of the powers that now appear to be granted to state schools chief Diane Douglas.

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