How do you want to live the rest of your life?
Perhaps if our schools were more selective regarding the caliber of teacher candidates, our children would think before acting out.
Beaver Creek School District is focused on learning and growing throughout the entire district.
Editorial Cartoon: Aug. 18, 2017
Editorial Cartoon: Aug. 16, 2017
With this week’s announcement about the resignation of Mingus Union’s highly respected business manager Kirk Waddle, we have an excellent opportunity to put some action behind all the recent words of late about the consolidation of the Mingus and Cottonwood-Oak Creek districts.
So my next question is does the National Weather Service actually have anyone stationed in any location in Cottonwood?
After waking from my long nap that Jim Barber observed I took, I awoke to find, in my amazement, that Congress did not allow Barack Obama to run for a third term! Had he done so, we would not be in this twittertornado so bad that I look forward to the commercials on TV now.
On August 15, the five elected members of the Arizona Corporation Commission will tackle the APS rate case. The Commissioners, not APS, will ultimately determine whether the monthly basic service charge and the rates of APS customers’ increase
The Waste Water Treatment Plant at Riverfront Park has reached another setback. The excess waste water that is produced by the plant has no place to go.
While I’m no fan of Ann Coulter I agree with one point she made in her essay Contract with Republicans, published in the Verde Independent on Friday, August 4, 2017, namely that the United States should stop wasting money and precious lives on pointless wars.
Editorial Cartoon: Aug. 11, 2017
There is no better example of political doublespeak than those who choose to take pot shots at Sen. John McCain.
Last week Rhode Island became the fourth state to offer two years of community college free for state residents, joining New York, Oregon and Tennessee.
Wow! I had no idea that Trump supporters were so touchy. We all know that Trump is thin skinned – any perceived slight will unleash a torrent of adjectives aimed at the offender, but I thought his supporters might be more restrained.
There is a disturbing precedent being set in our wonderful community.
Donald Trump is showing Americans just how good a President Barack Obama was.
I have had three homes in Arizona with solar.
In response to Charlene Day-Rudolph’s letter about the Mingus Union School Board’s lousy treatment of Dale Williams, Charlene is not only right about how Dale was treated per her retirement, she was downright tepid and reserved.
Friends of Clark Memorial Library greatly appreciate the upwelling of support we’ve received over the last month.
Editorial Cartoon: Aug.l 9, 2017
Last week, the president unilaterally declared that transgender people will no longer be allowed to serve in America’s armed forces.
I had doubts when Friends of Clark Memorial Library set up a book collection booth at July 29’s Concert in the Park.
Bob Burke (“Right-wing hypocrisy…”,CVBugle, Opinion) seems a little conflicted.
Editorial Cartoon: Aug. 6, 2017
- Arson suspect arrested in Rimrock
- Camp Verde football foe drops varsity team for 2017, Cowboys get bye
- 4 killed, 1 injured in I-17 crash
- 5 haunted dwellings of the Verde Valley
- Vince’s Auto Body expects to open new SR 260 location in mid-September
- Fiber cut impacts CenturyLink service
- Counterfeit money circulating in Verde Valley
- Peggy Dickey talks 5th Day programs at Camp Verde Unified
- New Camp Verde business Love Yourself, Love Your Health focuses on natural healing
- Beaver Creek school named Yavapai Healthy School
- Two Camp Verde residents found dead at home
- Driver dies after SR 260 collision
- Man identified in deadly SR 260 crash
- Accident shuts down SR 260 near Cherry Creek Road
- Camp Verde shows potential for commercial, retail expansion
- Obituary: David Williams
- CCFMA receives 38 calls within 48 hours
- Two taken to hospital after SR 260 crash
- Deployed 4 times to Iraq, Lt. Col. Troy Bucher remembers childhood in Camp Verde, Rimrock
- Verde River ranchers worry about safety in Arizona’s newest state park