Halie Chavez

Staff Reporter

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4 things you need to know about Jerome’s new residential parking permits

Violations of the permit system can result in a $25 citation.

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Jerome fire responders honored by Town Council

JEROME – Waves of responders arrived on the scene of a fire that occurred on Verde Street in Jerome Nov. 29. The first, town crew employees who happened to be nearby.

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Manzanita Outreach delivers 'Oasis in a Food Desert'

Verde Village is a food desert, according to Mike Newcomb, the executive director of Manzanita Outreach.

Trial shortened in Cottonwood murder case

CAMP VERDE – Calvin Rashad Clark appeared in custody for a pretrial conference in Yavapai Superior Court on Monday. Clark faces two counts of first-degree murder, two counts involving armed robbery and three counts of aggravated assault in relation to a robbery-turned-murder in Cottonwood on Dec. 4, 2015.

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Man pleads guilty to attempted luring of a minor

CAMP VERDE – Craig David Boening, of Gilbert, pleaded guilty to attempted luring of a minor for sexual exploitation Monday at Yavapai Superior Court. He is currently out of custody.

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Cottonwood men sent to prison for Camp Verde burglary/arson

CAMP VERDE – Two of the men involved in a 2013 Camp Verde burglary-turned-arson were sentenced at Yavapai Superior Court on Monday.

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Trial date set for man allegedly involved in Clarkdale burglary

A trial date for Gary Devin Amaro-Godoy, 18, was set on Monday by Judge Michael R. Bluff at Yavapai Superior Court in Camp Verde.

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Camp Verde man accepts plea deal in molestation case

Tristan Alan Horton, 21, pleaded guilty to three dangerous crimes against children on Monday at Yavapai County Superior Court in Camp Verde.

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Preserving the Verde River, one beer at a time

Sinagua Malt prepares for winter malting

A Camp Verde startup is utilizing Arizona’s love of beer to increase flows in the Verde River.

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Volunteers step up in absence of Camp Verde animal control officer

In the absence of an animal control officer, three volunteers are making all the difference for both the Camp Verde Marshal’s Office and lost dogs.

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