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Friday, in addition to its weekday COVID-19 report, Yavapai County Community Health Services also issued some helpful tips for voting in person during a pandemic.
Tuesday, Oct. 27, is the last day to mail your automatic ballot-by-mail, using the U.S. Postal Service. Do not mail your ballot after Tuesday.
Nov. 3, Camp Verde voters will have the chance to decide if the town should have permanent base adjustment, as is the case already in Cottonwood and Clarkdale.
All Bruce George wanted was an apology – and for the Camp Verde Town Council to censure council members Bill LeBeau and Joe Butner for their actions leading up to and including the council’s Jan. 8 meeting.
A Phoenix man was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly stole a pickup truck that had a 4-year-old child inside, police said.
The charges stem from allegations that he was laying in the middle of the road in the nude.
A Rimrock man was booked into the Camp Verde Detention Center over the weekend on attempted first-degree murder and other charges, according to a report from the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office.
- Driver tosses nearly 300 fentanyl pills during traffic stop
- Etienne gets 16 years in prison for 2nd-degree murder
- Accused VOC bank robber has new judge, attorney
- Camp Verde man accused in traffic death of police officer faces second-degree murder charge
- Police seek your help to identify spray-paint vandals
Professional photographer Shane McDermott will present to the Sedona Camera Club starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 26.
Red Earth Theatre brings a few witches and others to haunt the Patio de las Campanas in a family friendly live performance with social distancing and safe practices at Tlaquepaque Thursday, Oct. 29, for shows at 5.30 and 6.30 p.m.
- Cottonwood’s Dead Horse Ranch State Park the perfect getaway
- This week’s newest movies include 'After We Collided'
- New music includes Bruce Springsteen's first new record with the E Street Band since 2014
- Sedona Arts Center offers many levels of hands-on courses
- Sandra Beck Plein Air Watercolor mini workshop
Monday, the Camp Verde girls soccer team travels to Payson for the team’s final regular season game of the fall soccer season. Camp Verde is set to face the 3-8 Longhorns at 4 p.m.
Saturday, Camp Verde boys soccer hosts Blue Ridge at 1 p.m. at Sam Hammerstrom Field.
- Diaz, Bliss continue torrid pace for Mingus cross country
- Mingus volleyball drops home, road matches
- Camp Verde volleyball dominates Chino Valley for first win of season
- Pac-12 players want parents to attend games
- As costs rise and participation falls, nonprofits helping families pay for youth sports
Equality should not fall on the backs of our students, nor their teachers. Consolidation is not a bad idea to consider, but this particular proposal and its planning, or lack thereof, will undoubtedly harm students, teachers, and taxpayers alike. So no, it is not really “about the kids.”
I feel it is necessary to use caution and “VOTE NO” on Consolidation in this upcoming election. Preserve our Independent School Districts. Preserve our thriving Mingus Union District, legacy and community.
Schools do not function well in the midst of chaos or change; they function best when there is stability, especially during turbulent times.
- Commentary: A look back at 1998 consolidation effort
- Consolidation can take best of both districts for better overall system
- Commentary: Best outcome for local education comes by consolidation
- Letter: There are no boundaries, borders or protections against this virus
- Letter: What I will vote for and against
The Cottonwood Progressive Association constructed the post office at 827 N. Main Street, which is now Cottonwood City Hall.
Michelle Furness hopes that brides-to-be will come to her newly relocated bridal shop, Wedding Belle in Cott
Finnish carrier Finnair will start selling business class airplane food in supermarkets in a move to keep its catering staff employed and to offer a taste of the airline experience to those missing flying in the COVID-19 times.
Tasmanian devils, the carnivorous marsupials whose feisty, frenzied eating habits won the animals cartoon fame, have returned to mainland Australia for the first time in some 3,000 years.
A 1794 silver dollar, believed to be among the first to be minted in the U.S., and the most valuable, went unsold during a public auction in Las Vegas.
- Watch: Driverless boat in Florida spins out of control, smashing docks
- Connecticut city OKs renaming sewage plant for John Oliver
- Ex-jail employees charged for playing ‘Baby Shark’ on repeat
- Subway bread isn’t bread, Irish court says
- Watch: Giant rat wins animal hero award for sniffing out landmines
Jess C. Burress passed away peacefully in his sleep on October 12, 2020. He was 88 years old.
Gregg David Webber was born on August 22, 1951 to George and Arliss Webber. He was raised in Inglewood, California, along with his four siblings.
Wanda Jean Butler, 77, of Camp Verde, Arizona, passed away on October 12, 2020 in Ahwatukee (Phoenix), Arizona after a battle with Lung Cancer. Wanda was born in Salem, Indiana to Donald Robert Davis and Virginia May Coffey on July 31, 1943.