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Tuesday’s Cottonwood City Council meeting will include a unique request.
Secretary of State Katie Hobbs pointed out that Louis DeJoy, a donor to the Trump campaign and the president's appointed postmaster general, has announced what he called changes to the "organizational structure'' of the financially struggling Postal Service.
- Ducey: 'Ultimate and final decisions' on school re-opening left to local districts
- COVID-19 infection rate continues downward slide in Arizona
- Landlords, mobile home park owners want ability to evict reinstated
- Cottonwood-Oak Creek, Clarkdale-Jerome schools won’t offer in-class instruction before Sept. 14
- DPS report: January shooting by Sedona PD justified
Masks are now mandatory. That’s the only change Camp Verde Superintendent Danny Howe said he has made to the Return to Learn plan the district released in July.
As part of the exploratory process, the town of Camp Verde will hold an open house at 6 p.m. Wednesday to take public feedback and answer questions about the proposed boundary alignment.
- American Heritage hires new principals for its Camp Verde and Cottonwood campuses
- Dee Jenkins, Charlie German both have 1,213 votes
- Will state’s benchmarks affect Verde Valley schools?
- UPDATE: Dee Jenkins leads Charlie German by 3 votes in Camp Verde mayoral race
- UPDATE: Charlie German ahead of Dee Jenkins by 7 votes in Camp Verde mayoral race
- Dee Jenkins has narrow lead over Charlie German in Camp Verde mayoral race
- Mayor: Town position on Verde Connect unlikely to change
- Camp Verde council considers construction tax rebate
- Camp Verde Unified to participate in national school breakfast/lunch program
- 20 citations, 36 stops in speed enforcement detail
The suspect from that wrong-way incident is Daniel Richard Zimmerman, 44, of Phoenix, according to Bart Graves, DPS media relations specialist. He was booked into the Yavapai County Jail in Camp Verde on charges of aggravated DUI and endangerment, Graves added.
David Michael Getzen, 59, of Cottonwood, was sentenced July 31, to 1.5 years in the Arizona State Prison after pleading guilty to two counts of impersonating a peace officer, both class six felonies.
Stewart was booked into the Yavapai County Detention Center for several felonies related to possession of meth for sale. He also had pending meth sales charges from Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking and booked on those charges as well.
Although Mary Lue Allen had a photography exhibit at the Camp Verde Community Library from August 2018 until January 2019, it’s her pottery that has found a second home at the library.
Crazy for the Heat: Arizona Tales of Ghosts, Gumshoes, and Bigfoot is a collection of humorous short stories set in the Grand Canyon State.
- Yavapai College offers one-semester or less certificate courses to help students quickly land a job
- COVID ‘downtime’ opens doors of productivity for Christy Fisher
- Movies to watch on DVD or stream
- New music includes release from 'Doors' guitarist
- Village Gallery features new exhibit by ceramist Alex Rovang
As long as Arizona Interscholastic Association member schools are offering education, they can offer sports.
Every year for 46 years, hundreds of runners met at the village of Shungopavi, Second Mesa, on Hopi land, to race in honor of Louis Tewanima, a Hopi who won a silver medal in the Olympics in 1912.
- Camp Verde's Jason Collier to attend Graceland University
- Bradshaw Mountain hires Bob Young as football coach
- NJCAA to vote on moving all sports to spring semester of 2021; Yavapai to move sports to spring regardless
- COVID-19 sports roundup: ASU won’t release test results
- NAZ Suns to leave Prescott Valley for new home in Phoenix area
It is time for teachers and school boards of Mingus and Cottonwood-Oak Creek to stop being negative and more positive for all and look into reasons why school consolidation would be good for the students and the community and not their individual needs or wishes.
I believe there is a virus and that it is dangerous. But the people who are disseminating the information to us have a long record of lying to and showing dismissive contempt for American citizens as a whole.
The prestige of being a Dark Sky Community comes with responsibilities, lighting regulations, enforcement rules, and community commitment. When the designation was granted, Big Park seemingly had everything in place -- but, perhaps not.
- Letter: Now has nothing to do about when consolidation is a good or bad idea
- Letter: Show compassion for the illiterate
- Commentary: Mid-pandemic is the wrong time to consider school consolidation
- Letter: Wearing a mask is not like asking you to go to war
- Letter: Common sense says the virus won’t simply disappear
- Editorial: Encouraging news on pandemic front
- Letter: Verde River Nature Preserve, Duck Pond must remain as sanctuary for many
- Letter: Statues, pictures, and relics of past misdeeds are instruments of learning
- Letter: It’s the message, not the messenger
- Editorial: School plan proves flaw in statewide pandemic mandates
The United Verde Copper Company mine and smelter closed. Unemployed men and their families left town. Reports circulated that green grass would soon grow on the streets of Jerome.
After the September fire, adobe, concrete, and brick were used to construct a more substantial town.
On July 28, at the food bank sponsored by Bread of Life in Camp Verde, the Jerome Elks Lodge #1361 located at 100 S. Broadway in Clarkdale presented a $2,000 check to Executive Director Jeremy Embry of Bread of LIfe.
Melissa Reay, Pharm.D., of Rimrock, has completed the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) degree at the College of Pharmacy Glendale (CPG) of Midwestern University. Conferring of degrees took place in a virtual graduation ceremony hosted by Midwestern University on May 22..
Herbert Plocher, 1934-2020 Herbert (Herb) Plocher, 85, former resident of Columbus, Ohio, passed away at Circle of Life, Alzheimer’s Home, in Cottonwood, Arizona on July 27, 2020, with his daughter Claudia by his side.
Vera Ballesteros Reyes entered into eternal peace on July 27, 2020.