That’s what Rimrock Farmers Market Manager Candy Hammond says as she and the community’s farmers and gardeners prepare for opening day of the new market season.
The governing board at United Christian School has named Lynda Hilton interim administrator for the 2019-2020 school year.
CAMP VERDE – Once the Town of Camp Verde awards a contract for sidewalk improvements along Hollamon and 7th streets, the project should take about four months to complete.
Thanks to the efforts of Eagle Scout candidate Kristjan Kilichowski, the Camp Verde Heritage Pool opened on schedule with a great new look.
From 7 a.m. until just before parade time, come have pancakes, sausage and coffee at Rollins Park, located at the Lake Montezuma Village Square, across from the Ranch House.
A longtime teacher and administrator in the Sedona school district has agreed to become principal at American Heritage Academy’s Camp Verde campus.
CAMP VERDE – The Camp Verde United Christian School’s governing board has announced that it will not renew lead administrator Kathy Holden’s contract for the 2019-2020 school year.
Ann Metlay, artist and owner at Expressions Artist Gallery at 423 S. 6th Street in Cottonwood, brings her ceramic sculptures to Camp Verde Community Library.
In August 2018, John Teah of JT Bistro was making plans to open a second restaurant, which would be located in the old Ming House building at 348 S. Main St.
CAMP VERDE – Verde Ranch RV Resort, the 402-unit recreational vehicle complex located on the northwest side of I-17 and SR 260, is “on track” for opening on its Aug. 1 target date, said Lisa Harold, chief operating officer with Contemporary Resorts and Residences.
On May 28, Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Michael R. Bluff ordered the charges against the 47-year-old Loken be dismissed without prejudice, meaning the state could again bring those charges against Loken.
CAMP VERDE – Though being educated is its own reward, Verde Valley libraries are all on-board with making reading fun.
Camp Verde’s Jared Barker claimed top honors and the $150 prize in the 36th annual Verde River Memorial Day Catfish Contest sponsored by the Camp Verde American Legion.
CAMP VERDE – Camp Verde’s Public Works department has plans “in the next week or so” to “clean up” the water catchment basin on Cliffs Parkway, Public Works Director Ron Long said.
VERDE VALLEY – This summer, Beaver Creek, Cottonwood-Oak Creek and Mingus Union school districts will partner with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Summer Food Service Program to offer free meals to children ages 17 and younger.
CAMP VERDE – Carmen Howard made it clear Wednesday that Camp Verde’s town staff “does support” Dugan McDonald’s plan to develop 185 acres along SR 260 into a residential and commercial community.
For Camp Verde businesses and the Camp Verde Business Alliance to consider, let us say that Middle Verde Road is even mildly successful – meaning traffic will make traffic easier from Camp Verde to Cottonwood easier.
MCGUIREVILLE – For the sixth year in a row, McGuireville will celebrate Memorial Day with its Memorial Day Tractor and Engine Show, beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday.
CAMP VERDE – Should the Camp Verde Town Council approve a request to rezone 185 acres on the south side of SR 260 just west of Aultman Parkway, most any socioeconomic group would be able to afford quality housing in Camp Verde.
LAKE MONTEZUMA – Kay and Ralph Nye will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on May 25.
When Yavapai County residents receive their ‘I voted’ sticker next year, they’ll have a 50-50 shot at getting sticker designed by Camp Verde High School senior Logan Pratt.
Briana Clarke, the new National Junior Honor Society advisor, inducted new members and honored existing members with the candle lighting ceremony.
With 81 graduates this year and another four from the district’s accommodation school, Camp Verde High School does not recognize the title of valedictorian, nor salutatorian.