At its May 8 meeting, the Lake Montezuma Women’s Civic Club (LMWCC) awarded its 2018 scholarship of $1,000 to Camp Verde High School senior Kayla Madison Brann.
The phrase person of many hats must have been coined by someone who knew what Karin Ward would become. Superintendent at Beaver Creek School District since 2004, Ward is also the school’s business manager.
Wednesday, Beaver Creek School promoted 42 students in the school’s multi-purpose building.
It’s been 10 years since Chip Norton retired. Though most folks who know him couldn’t say what he did by way of gainful employment, it’s his post-career career as a volunteer that has made him a household name in the Verde Valley.
There’s a man who’s been in the custody of the Yavapai County jail for more than 10 years, and his trial is still not in sight.
Hans Burnett facing felony charges after allegedly forging drinking water bacteria test results
An Arizona grand jury has indicted former Cottonwood employee Hans Burnett after an investigation revealed he allegedly forged drinking water bacteria test results, according to a news release by Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich.
County urges holiday weekend precautions, local agencies to conduct DUI patrols
VERDE VALLEY -- Campfires are out of the question this Memorial Day Weekend as Yavapai County continues its fire ban amid high winds and low humidity. Grilling is still allowed, but only with special precautions.
COTTONWOOD -- Programs at the Verde Valley Teen Center along Mingus Avenue have been on hold due to lack of volunteers. Now, some local leaders are trying to bring it back.
COTTONWOOD – Valley Academy for Career and Technology Education (VACTE) has received a donation for four SkillsUSA jackets from donors who have given to SupportMyClub.org, according to Valley Academy Superintendent Bob Weir.
COTTONWOOD – In an effort to perform community service, the construction program at Valley Academy for Career and Technology Education has repaired the ceiling and the trusses at Habitat for Humanity’s Cottonwood building.
Two days of wine, food, music, commemoration and community
PAGE SPRINGS – Page Springs Cellars is pleased to announce the fifth annual Tilted Earth Festival coming to Cornville Friday, June 22, and Saturday, June 23.
Each year, in June, the Arizona Game and Fish Commission awards Special Big Game License Tags, sometimes called Commissioners’ tags, to selected 501(c)(3) wildlife conservation organizations who are charged to market and sell those tags to raise funds for Arizona’s wildlife.
At 9 a.m. Saturday, McGuireville will celebrate Memorial Day with its fifth annual Memorial Day Tractor and Engine Show.
COTTONWOOD – When Mingus Union High School celebrates its graduates this Friday, the cheers won’t be just about the quantity of students, but also for the quality.
Soil will be stored in temporary location
CLARKDALE -- Crews have begun digging up contaminated soil from some of the 500 properties in Clarkdale in the United Verde Soil program.
Sedona investigation results in felony indictment against couple charge in sexual abuse of 7-year-old girl
PHOENIX – An investigation by the Sedona Police Department and Arizona Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force has resulted in a State Grand Jury indictment against a couple on charges related to sexually abusing a 7-year-old girl.
This year’s graduating class tripled that figure – and then some – with total this year of $2,047,059.
Join the Camp Verde Community Library Wednesday, June 6, 6 p.m., in the Fireside Room for a special musical performance by Tthe Jerome Ukulele Orchestra to kick off the 2018 Libraries Rock! Summer Reading Program.
What’s Happening in the Verde Valley
CAMP VERDE – Recycling bins at the Heritage Pool and Outpost Mall in Camp Verde will be removed effective June 1, according to a May 1 certified letter from Sedona Recycles Executive Director Jill McCutcheon to Town Manager Russ Martin.
COTTONWOOD – Traffic was passable but delayed at 5 p.m. Monday at the intersection of Arizona 260 and Fir Street following a two-vehicle accident.
JEROME – At 10:45 a.m. Sunday, the Jerome Fire Department was dispatched to a rollover accident about six miles outside of Jerome on Perkinsville Road.
The Clarkdale Town Council will discuss the Citizens Bond Committee’s recommendations at the regular council meeting Tuesday at 3 p.m.
COTTONWOOD – Tuesday, the Cottonwood-Oak Creek School Board unanimously voted to support Principal Matt Schumacher’s recommendation to rename his school Cottonwood Community School.
COTTONWOOD As Cottonwood-Oak Creek’s leadership explored the possibility of realigning three of its schools into two K-8 schools, information was solicited from families who would be affected by a change in the schools.
- Sedona Recycles to remove bins in Camp Verde June 1
- Camp Verde High School graduates receive more awards, scholarships than previous year
- Commentary: Verde Valley baseball coaches shockingly lose coach of the year awards
- Man arrested for burglary after arriving to update sex offender registration
- Sedona Recycles to shut down Verde Valley service in June
- Martin hopes to select new police chief before Memorial Day
- Camp Verde’s Decker signs with Loras College in Iowa
- Traffic passable, but delayed, following two-car crash on AZ 260 and Fir in Cottonwood
- Sedona investigation results in felony indictment against couple charge in sexual abuse of 7-year-old girl
- One person seriously injured in Perkinsville Road rollover
- Commercial fire in Camp Verde; evacuations ordered in Tinder Fire
- Local wrestling coach sought for alleged sex crime
- Camp Verde schools to walk out Thursday, return to class on Monday
- Possible ‘changes to format’ of Fort Verde Days
- Crews respond to collision on 1-17
- 4 homes reportedly on fire in blaze near Prescott Valley
- Danny Howe changes Camp Verde Unified School District’s leadership
- School closures to continue as educators demand more funding
- Second suspect arrested in Cornville counterfeit money operation
- Sheriff’s office seeking to identify human remains found near Verde River