VERDE VALLEY- Having an idea of what you want to be when you grow up gives you a goal to strive toward.
Sometimes throughout childhood these goals change, you decide to go down a different career path. But either way, having a dream to be something is important. Though each child may have a different goal, the students in the Verde Valley want to be successful.
CAMP VERDE - In the past 10 years, the popularity of tattoos has skyrocketed. In the Verde Valley alone there are close to 20 tattoo shops. Tattoos have become more accepted by society and in the work place recently.
PEONGA, BENIN -- Sierra Petrosky attended Dr. Daniel Bright School in Cottonwood, graduated from Mingus Union and studied at ASU for her Bachelor's. But, she knew she wanted to travel and work overseas, so she attended the University of South Florida to take advantage of its Masters International program, that gives a student tuition and fee waivers for field experience in an international Peace Corps setting. Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Ever since our dog, Cookie, died almost three years ago, I have been dogless. It’s not that I didn’t want another dog much sooner. Since my husband, Steve, is not the animal lover that I am, I had promised to honor his request to wait awhile before bringing another canine companion into our lives. Tuesday, November 24, 2009
There is no greater puzzle in the world than the world itself. When we look out across the landscape, we see not only rocks and rivers, hills and valleys, cliffs and canyons but also a record of the past.
With news reports about a possible swine flu epidemic and constant references to the Spanish Influenza epidemic of 1918, a look into what happened in the upper Verde Valley during the 1918 outbreak might provide insight into an epidemic. Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Running 2,448 miles from Chicago to Los Angeles, U.S. Highway 66 was born Nov. 11, 1926. It rolled across Illinois, Missouri, Kansas (only 12 miles), Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California, and it lived almost 60 years before being pronounced dead June 27, 1985.
Frank Lampson, of Rimrock, has been making knives for more than 50 years. He says it all started when he was a young man who enjoyed hunting, but got very frustrated with having to skin and butcher his own game with dull knives.