CAMP VERDE – The Aug. 4 approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Verde Valley’s three public high schools was the first step in continued joint technical education services for Camp Verde Unified, Mingus Union and Sedona Oak Creek Unified school districts.
German, Jenkins to put together draft of contract for Russ Martin
At two separate meetings this year, the Camp Verde Town Council has discussed Russ Martin’s contract status as the Town’s manager.
Police ask merchants to exam currency before accepting it
Local law enforcement agencies are looking for at least two people they believe are connected with distributing $100 and $50 bills in Camp Verde, Cornville, Jerome and Cottonwood.
A graduate of the University of California at Irvine with a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminology, Peggy Dickey is a certified substitute, not a certified teacher.
Dr. Dennis Goodwin says that the best way to keep students engaged is to give them choices.
Workers with Tierra Verde Builders and Stapp Drywall have one goal when it comes to the new Vince’s Auto Body location that fronts SR 260 in Camp Verde, but the official address in 1900 N. Moonrise.
Accepts job with former Mingus boss at Saddle Mountain Unified
In a few weeks, Waddle will leave Mingus Union, and he will join Dr. Tighe at Saddle Mountain Unified, a district with schools in Buckeye and Tonopah.
COTTONWOOD – In southeast Alaska, the community of Game Creek is nestled in the shadow of neighboring Hoonah, a city dwarfed by Juneau, about 30 miles to the east.
A bit of an introvert, she would say, but Lindsay Bane survived the big city on the way to finding closeness in the Verde Valley.
When doctors told Lisa Diacik that her son was dying, the Rimrock resident realized that what she had known about medicine was not working.