October 18, 2016
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Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council could approve the final development plan for an RV park located on approximately 65 acres just northwest of the I-17/SR 260 interchange.
With a new jewelry case on display, as well as a new display of textiles, the folks at the Verde Valley Archaeology Center continued in 2017 their mission of preserving the many items it has collected since opening in 2011.
Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council could approve a resolution that would authorize the sale and issuance of Camp Verde Sanitary District General Obligation Refunding Bonds.
The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office is pleased to announce an $5,000 award from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety for DUI enforcement programs.
Monday, August 21 at 9 a.m., join Miss Nadia to learn about solar eclipses and how to safely view this unique event.
From 4:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. June 29, SpectrUm Healthcare will have an open house to officially announce that it has added primary care to its list of Camp Verde offerings.
Verde Ditch company landowners first to receive water-use summaries
The Salt River Project (SRP) will begin sending information and providing technical assistance to landowners served by the Verde Ditch Company in late May as part of SRP’s ongoing effort to spearhead “water certainty,” according to a news release.
On May 13, Dollar General officially opened its Verde Lakes store with free prizes and special deals, and a commitment “to delivering a pleasant shopping experience that includes a convenient location, a wide assortment of merchandise and great prices on quality products,” Dollar General’s senior vice president of real estate and store development said in a press release.
The Verde Valley Archaeology Center has agreed to become the official non-profit partner for Montezuma Castle and Tuzigoot national monuments.
The Town of Camp Verde is seeking volunteers to serve on its Board of Adjustments and Appeals and Planning and Zoning Commission.
CAMP VERDE – Camp Verde resident Dexter Allen has been named one of the US Forest Service’s National Wild and Scenic Rivers Award winners for 2016.