CAMP VERDE -- A Camp Verde family has been referred to the Red Cross after being displaced from their home following a residential fire on South Fifth Street Wednesday morning.
It’s been a week since the Town of Camp Verde and Marshal Nancy Gardner officially parted company.
Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council could approve the Town’s recommendation for rate increases over the next five years.
Citing ‘conflict of interest,’ Mayor German to abstain from discussion, vote
Now that the Town of Camp Verde has completed clearing and grubbing the site of the Camp Verde Sports Complex, the next step is to commence grading, drainage and infrastructure improvements.
Gov. Doug Ducey wants to close some reporting loopholes to ensure more information is available when background checks are done of gun buyers but has no interest in requiring every weapon sale goes through that system.
Since the Cottonwood-Oak Creek School Board agreed in February to approve Steve King’s plan for realigning three of its schools into two K-8 schools, both the board and the superintendent are still trying to decide on a restructuring plan that is best.
Elementary students cook Asian-inspired recipes March 28
For five of Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District’s students, the eighth annual Sodexo Future Chefs Challenge is an opportunity to use their creativity and culinary skills to make Asian-inspired dishes that are both healthy and delicious.
The Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District offers free developmental screenings for preschool children between the ages of 3 to 5 years, who live in the school district, and are not already receiving special education services or enrolled in kindergarten.
Verde Valley Leadership is fast approaching its 13th year. The concept of a leadership program for the Verde Valley was first introduced by founder Mike Johnson, then the community manager for Arizona Public Service, and a graduate of the Prescott Area Leadership (PAL) program.
The City of Cottonwood Parks and Recreation Department invites local youngsters to this year’s annual Easter Egg Hunt at Riverfront Park, March 31
A funny thing happened on the way to a career in finance. Klint McKean couldn’t surrender his love of words.
Saturday, March 24, Meals on Wheels, in partnership with the Verde Valley Senior Center will sponsor the third annual Camp Verde March-a-Mile event in conjunction with the National March-a-Mile for Meals on Wheels in an effort to raise funds for the Meals on Wheels program.
At about 11:42 a.m., March 19, Clarkdale Police Department received numerous reports of a cement truck accident at the roundabout at Hwy 89A & Lisa St.
According to a media alert issued by Mingus Union School District Superintendent Penny Hargrove Sunday morning, the Mingus administration has requested the assistance of law-enforcement in investigating an incident involving a matter that occurred on one of its buses.
Physical therapy makes difference for Timmie Bell
In June 2016, Timmie Bell was hospitalized for an infection in her lungs. Her chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, also known as COPD, started as a small cough left that left Bell struggling to breathe.
CAMP VERDE – About 17 months ago, Camp Verde High School’s then-interim football coach proposed to his then-girlfriend on the field following a tough win.
City looks to rebrand Civic Center to old roots
From Workers Progress Administration project, to community clubhouse to naval housing, the Cottonwood Civic Center has stood the test of time and now Cottonwood city employees hope to see it stand even longer.
PHOENIX -- Gov. Doug Ducey is nixing enacting the same new restrictions on guns to control school violence that fellow Republican and Florida Gov. Rick Scott just signed into law.
PHOENIX -- A Prescott Republican lawmaker lashed out at Democrats Thursday, accusing them of being more interested in political “theater’’ than solving the question of gun violence in schools.
Although members of the Advisory Committee for Consolidation have discussed wage equalization at each of their meetings, talks have mostly been about certified employees such as teachers and paraprofessionals.
CLARKDALE – Freeport Minerals initiated the United Verde Soil Program (UVSP) to test soil at residential, commercial and public properties in areas of Clarkdale near the historical copper smelter.
Yavapai County ‘listening’ sessions announced
Thursday, March 8, Yavapai County Sheriff Scott Mascher along with Sheriffs from Michigan, Colorado and Florida, had the honor to meet with Attorney General Jeff Sessions on the topic of School Safety and Information Sharing.
Are we better off than we were five years ago when it comes to access to services for mental health issues in the Verde Valley?
JEROME -- A measure to initiate staggered terms may not end up on Jerome’s ballot after all this year, now that the Jerome Town Council was notified of the cost.
JEROME -- While no action was scheduled in regard to the revised Jerome General Plan, that did not stop the room from having the usual lengthy discussion on the plan Tuesday.
- Former marshal will not seek reinstatement
- ‘One of worst child neglect cases officers have seen’
- Wischmeyer lawsuit against Camp Verde on hold
- Mingus requests law enforcement investigation into school bus incident
- Camp Verde did Goodwin ‘a favor’ with reassignment
- Commentary: The best solution to life’s challenges is to stop thinking and just swim
- Youthful Camp Verde baseball impresses
- Jerome Rhoades resigns as Camp Verde head football coach
- Simbric returns to Camp Verde School Board
- Mingus Union coaches Bob Young, Tim McKeever resign
- Man dies after being struck by bucket of a backhoe
- Yavapai-Apache Nation plans Friday opening of casino’s new hotel
- $2,000 taken from Camp Verde Chase bank
- 425-unit RV park coming to Camp Verde
- Gardner out as Camp Verde Marshal
- Sports complex on hold as Wischmeyers sue Camp Verde mayor
- Prescott man accused of robbing Camp Verde Chase Bank
- Former marshal will not seek reinstatement
- Camp Verde ‘still waiting’ for results of Marshal investigation
- Man ruled mentally competent in Fossil Creek murder case