Retile indigenous to eastern United States found in monument’s irrigation ditch
RIMROCK – He doesn’t have a name yet, but the snapper turtle found on April 13 at Montezuma Well National Monument is now at his new home in the Phoenix Zoo.
A recent report by WalletHub says that Camp Verde ranks 63 of 65 Arizona communities based on desirability for raising a family.
A “wonderful mix of success and difficulty” is how Mike Westcott views his profession.
For the second year in a row, Camp Verde Middle School was named National Showcase School for its work with the Capturing Kids Hearts Program.
Leave it to ecologically conscious people to offer free water – yet ask that folks bring their own reusable water receptacles.
10-year-old Dillin LaRue says he will fight it, beat it, get over it
It’s quite a story when a child is so loved by everyone that his hospital stays summon envy from his friends.
Ditch company, Salt River Project not permitted to litigate shareholders’ water rights in county superior court
CAMP VERDE – The Verde Ditch Company and the Salt River Project are not permitted to litigate the water rights of Verde Ditch shareholders in the Yavapai County Superior Court, said the ruling of a three-judge panel of the Arizona Court of Appeals.
Phoebe Chilton to attend University of Arizona as sixth Marauder to win coveted award
COTTONWOOD – Phoebe Chilton’s career at Mingus Union High School has been one of all A’s.
Beaver Creek Kiwanis welcomes Culpepper & Merriweather for April 20 performance
As a precursor to the circus coming to Beaver Creek, Skeeter the Clown visited the children at Beaver Creek School on April 10.
Either on stage or on celluloid, Fiddler on the Roof has been performed professionally each decade since it first hit Broadway in 1964.