A “rite of passage” is what Steve Darby calls Ladder Day at Valley Academy of Career and Technology Education.
Certified Public Accountant Sharon McQuestion will talk about 2018 Business Tax laws at 6 p.m. Jan. 22 at the Camp Verde Community Library.
It’s possible that Camp Verde’s wastewater fees could increase as much as $5 per home on a per-month basis over the next two years.
COTTONWOOD – Though most folks are accustomed to the right hand up, left hand on the Bible, and “repeat after me,” taking the oath of office for a school board is as simple as signing a document.
Mikayla Howell has seen a glimpse of what her future could be like.
Though Camp Verde Town Council will continue contract negotiations with Town Manager Russ Martin, Wednesday’s special session is not expected to yield an official contract offer, the Town Manager said.
It’s been 11 years since American Heritage Academy’s Camp Verde campus opened.
Annual BeneVET fundraiser now in its ninth year
CAMP VERDE – In 2010, Camp Verdeans Nikki Miller and Mike Jacobson put on their first BeneVet Bowling Tournament to raise money for the Prescott VA.
6 things you may not know about the proposed consolidation of Cottonwood-Oak Creek and Mingus Union districts
COTTONWOOD – Charged with being a fact-finding committee for both the Cottonwood-Oak Creek and Mingus Union school boards, the Advisory Committee for Consolidation reviewed answers Tuesday to questions it asked of Yavapai County Schools Superintendent Tim Carter.
When Camp Verde Schools Superintendent Dr. Dennis Goodwin told the board in December that he would no longer seek a renewal to his current contract, he didn’t necessarily say he wouldn’t entertain an entirely new pact.