9,450-plus miles, 267 Dutch oven meals, 18 old-time photos
CAMP VERDE – Half-way between Sydney and Melbourne, in Australia, is a rural town called Albury. From there it is about 9,500 miles as the Kangaroo hops to Camp Verde.
A barber, a therapist, a friend
Tadeo’s Barber Shop is new to Camp Verde, having just opened on Oct. 2 in the Wingfield Plaza a few doors down from Sutler’s Steak House.
The town of Camp Verde’s 60th annual Fort Verde Days celebration kicked off Friday with a plethora of carnival rides and games, as well as lots of food and music.
Fort Verde Days schedule of events for Sunday, Oct. 15
Initial scores a ‘superficial way of quantifying effectiveness’
Boiling down everything a school does into a single letter grade is a “very superficial way of quantifying a school’s effectiveness,” says Tim Carter, president of the Arizona State Board of Education.
There are two schools of thought – no pun intended – to preparing students for their future.
The construction class at Valley Academy of Career and Technical Education recently started a unit on pier building in the masonry part of the curriculum.
It’s part historical, part reenactment – and 100-percent fun.
Campus vineyard yields 6 tons of grapes
CLARKDALE – It may be big news that the Tasting Room at Yavapai College’s Southwest Wine Center exceeded forecasts for the fiscal year by almost $29,000.
Come to Fort Verde Days on Sunday for a salsa contest that starts at noon sharp at the Ramada.