Blossoming festival scene, environmental and historic preservation, uptick in housing and business brighten 2016
CLARKDALE – The Town of Clarkdale wraps-up 2016 with a blossoming festival scene, recognition for its environmental and historic preservation and an uptick in housing and business development.
Leaning wall, tourism outreach resolved while impact of vacation rentals, water supply, new mayor unfold
JEROME – The Town of Jerome managed to not only survive, but thrive in 2016. Despite its infrastructure woes, it earned recognition by the Arizona Office of Tourism as the second most visited site in the Verde Valley (next to Sedona).
New library, medical center, SR 260 improvements, cannabis cultivators chart new course in 2016
The Town of Camp Verde reached a crossroads in 2016 - - both literally and figuratively.
TEMPE – A survey of 13 to 17-year-olds by Junior Achievement (JA) and Opinion Research Corporation revealed over half (51 percent) expect to pay more than $100 on gifts, with one in seven (15 percent) saying they plan to spend $250 or more.
Japanese bombing of U.S. Fleet took 2,403 lives, injured 1,178
At 7:48 a.m. Dec. 7, 1941, over 350 Japanese fighter planes, bombers and torpedo planes descended on the U.S. Pacific Fleet docked in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. By the end of the two hour sneak attack, 2,403 Americans lay dead and 1,178 had suffered wounds. Nearly half the casualties occurred aboard the ship USS Arizona.
After nearly six months of searching, the Town of Jerome selected Kyle Dabney as its new Zoning Administrator during an Executive Session at its Nov. 22 council meeting.
Black Friday discounts on average of 39 percent expected
Retailers are anticipating a $25 billion hike in holiday sales this year compared to last, with sales expected to rise from $631 billion to $656 billion, according to The National Retail Federation (NRF).
Tips for maximizing bargains
The analysts at WalletHub.com asked eight business school professors to share their best Black Friday shopping tips. Here’s a summary of their top ten tips for maximizing bargains:
Newly-elected Council member Dee Jenkins, general manager/financial analyst at Quintus Inc. in Camp Verde, announced the Nov. 3 passing of Quintus Founder and Chairman of the Board Dick Cook, 87 during her first meeting Nov. 16.
Farewell to departing Vice Mayor Bruce George, Councilmember Carol German
Camp Verde Town Council celebrated welcomes and farewells during its Nov. 16 meeting as the Oath of Office was given to new-elects and Certificates of Recognition to those departing office.