With COVID-19 cases increasing nearly fivefold since September, the Town of Camp Verde will revert to Phase I safety measures beginning Nov. 30, Town Manager Russ Martin said Wednesday.
Joe Butner’s attorney opined that his client’s actions leading up to and including the Camp Verde Town Council’s Jan. 8 meeting were protected – constitutionally.
Camp Verde Parks and Recreation has decided to cancel this year’s Christmas Craft Bazaar and Parade of Lights, events that had been scheduled for Dec. 12.
After a discussion lasting about 70 minutes, Board President Tim Roth took an informal vote, 4-1 in favor of keeping campuses open to students.
During August, September and October of this year, Camp Verde Kiwanis Club members participated in the “Sunday Undies” campaign.
The Camp Verde School Board has called a special meeting for 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19, to evaluate how COVID-19 is impacting the district.
Tuesday, Camp Verde Athletic Director Dan Wall told the Verde Independent that the remainder of the school’s football season has been canceled because of COVID-19.
On Nov. 4, the Camp Verde Town Council agreed, 7-0, as it approved a resolution that designates Copper Canyon Fire and Medical as the town’s fire service agency.
Paraprofessionals at Beaver Creek School District do more than aid the teachers and students whose classrooms they serve.
Tuesday, the Camp Verde Town Council is expected to go into executive session regarding Bruce George’s lawsuit against the town.
As of Thursday’s 5:37 p.m. unofficial results, 53.62% of Camp Verde’s participating voters said yes to a permanent base adjustment that allows the town to spend the revenue it receives each year.
Thanks to a $211,000 motorized trail grant from Arizona State Parks and Trails, the Ryal Canyon Trailhead is now ready for folks to enjoy as they start – or finish – their 5.03-mile hike off Salt Mine Road just a few miles southeast of town.
Camp Verde Unified Superintendent Danny Howe has confirmed that 12 students district-wide have tested positive for COVID-19 since Oct 26, including seven of the high school’s student/athletes.
Camp Verde High School canceled its Friday, Oct. 30 football game – and canceled this Friday’s homecoming game – because of at least one positive COVID-19 test, Camp Verde Athletic Director Dan Wall confirmed Monday.
A 16-year-old Yavapai-Apache boy and a 23-year-old Sedona man accused in a shooting incident Tuesday evening at the Camp Verde Maverik convenience store have been arrested, the Camp Verde Marshal’s Office said Thursday.
Camp Verde’s Oct. 27 and Oct. 29 volleyball games, and all practices for the week have been canceled because a member of the team has tested positive for COVID-19, Athletic Director Dan Wall confirmed Tuesday.
With the governor’s limit on large public gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic, Verde Valley leaders and others who typically coordinate Halloween events have made adjustments.
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.