On Monday, Oct. 19, Beaver Creek School learned of a positive COVID-19 test on its campus, District Superintendent Karin Ward said Friday.
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.
The Town of Camp Verde has three openings on its Planning and Zoning Commission, and one opening on its Board of Adjustments and Appeals.
The Verde Valley Archaeology Center is marking International Archaeology Day and its Tenth Anniversary with a Virtual Gala Benefit.
A four-year board member decided to not seek re-election. Another board member, recently appointed, moved out of state a month after the August primary election.
Camp Verde Arena Association’s inaugural Fort Verde Days Rodeo kicked off Friday at the new equestrian center, off State Route 260 east of the town’s sports complex.
I have become more involved in the community through foster care, facilitating parenting classes and through my children’s educational needs. I feel that each of these roles have fueled a passion for children, their education and the impact the schools and teachers are having.
I am seeking a seat on the Camp Verde School Board because I want to make a positive difference in the families of our community. The education needs of our students and families have been underrepresented.
Have served for 11 1/2 years on the Camp Verde Unified School District Governing Board. Before that I was actively involved in site advisory councils at the high school, middle school and elementary school.
As a retired educator and a current board member seeking re-election, I would like to continue the privilege of being a board member and the opportunity to serve the district.
One of Camp Verde Arena Association’s newest members has plans to hold go kart racing events on the site of the new equestrian center.
Friday, Cliff Castle Casino Hotel donated $10,000 to Verde Valley Sanctuary as part of Cliff Castle’s Month of Giving.
Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter is again looking fill a vacancy on the Valley Academy for Career and Technology Education governing board.
Drivers along what was an already busy I-17, through the Verde Valley, experienced even more traffic delays than usual Friday afternoon due to a fire.
Sunday, Sept. 27, 2 p.m., the Camp Verde Cavalry will hold its 60th annual Colonel’s Daughter competition.
The Town of Camp Verde confirmed Monday that planning for this year’s Fort Verde Days will continue as scheduled.
The woman they knew as Monie wasn’t a veteran of the nation’s armed forces. But her husband Darrel was.
CAMP VERDE — Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council will consider borrowing $1.2 million as it builds plans for sewer service along State Route 260. The planned sewer expansion would begin at Interstate 17 and continue to about one-half mile west of the Aultman Parkway roundabout.