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Camp Verde Bugle

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At about 9 p.m. Thursday, deputies with the Camp Verde Marshal’s Office responded to the 3200 block of Lazar Road to reports of shots being fired.

By Bill Helm April 4, 2020
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Through April 30, the Town of Camp Verde will extend the limit of services to the public first enacted on March 18.

By Bill Helm April 2, 2020
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Copper Canyon Fire and Medical is using its website to disseminate the latest information about the coronavirus.

By Bill Helm April 2, 2020
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“We started planning this a week ago when people said they were a bit skittish,” Carrie McCarter, the center’s treasurer, said about closing the center because of restrictions connected to the coronavirus. “When (the lunch crowd) dropped off to six or seven, we know the handwriting was on the wall.”

By Bill Helm April 1, 2020
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At least through April, the Town of Camp Verde will hold council meetings by remote participation only.

By Bill Helm March 28, 2020
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Sheriff’s Office, detention staff adjust to COVID-19
Courthouse still open; jail makes visitation adjustments

Folks in all types of work environments are making adjustments to attempt to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus — even those in positions of authority.

By Jason W. Brooks March 24, 2020
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The decision was made to close in compliance with Governor Doug Ducey’s directive on Friday to close restaurants, bars, gyms and movie theaters to the public in counties with confirmed COVID-19 cases.

By Staff Report March 23, 2020
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Verde Connect to move ahead with public meeting, contracting steps
Garrison: Camp Verde time window for preferred route ‘closing soon’

MIDDLE VERDE - The battle over which route a new road will take over the Verde River has been decided, but there is still time for the Camp Verde Town Council to have a say on how traffic will get to that road.

By Jason W. Brooks March 21, 2020
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Limited hours, services at Town of Camp Verde
Goal is to minimize impact while safeguarding public, staff

From March 23 through April 6, the Town of Camp Verde will limit services to the public due to concerns over the coronavirus.

By Bill Helm March 19, 2020
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Cliff Castle Casino Hotel closes until further notice
More closures announced in Camp Verde area

Until further notice, Cliff Castle Casino Hotel will close at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

By Bill Helm March 18, 2020
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Bread of Life suspends hot Tuesday dinners
Pre-packaged food box distributions from 4:30 p.m. until 6 p.m. Tuesday and Friday at Camp Verde ramada

After the March 17 dinner, Bread of Life will suspend its hot dinner program due to concerns over the coronavirus. But food distribution will be available Tuesdays and Fridays at the Camp Verde ramada.

By Bill Helm March 17, 2020
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Camp Verde’s Parks and Recreation Department has closed its community center gymnasium until further notice, the department announced Tuesday.

By Bill Helm March 17, 2020
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Tuesday, Fort Verde Park Manager Sheila Stubler announced that this year’s History of the Soldier event, scheduled for April 4-5, has been cancelled because of coronavirus restrictions.

By Bill Helm March 17, 2020
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Not all properties within the Town of Camp Verde are included in the jurisdictional boundaries of the Copper Canyon Fire and Medical District.

By Bill Helm March 17, 2020
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Natallia Robinson can see animals, mountains and quite the diversity of vegetation from her Rimrock home.

By Bill Helm March 17, 2020
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According to a news release sent out Monday afternoon by the Camp Verde Marshal’s Office, a woman’s body was found along the bank of West Clear Creek Sunday morning.

By Jason W. Brooks March 16, 2020
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This year’s Pecan and Wine Festival, scheduled for March 21-22, has been cancelled.

By Bill Helm March 16, 2020
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Tim Carter’s interview with Beaver Creek’s newest school board member was one of the best he’d ever experienced in the past 15 years.

By Bill Helm March 14, 2020
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Cheri Wischmeyer has withdrawn her Feb. 18 complaint against Mayor Charlie German for “allowing the public access to information that was not vetted and is potentially harmful” to council members Joe Butner and Bill LeBeau.

By Bill Helm March 14, 2020
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Monday, the Beaver Creek School Board will consider a 5% pay increase for its teachers for FY 21.

By Bill Helm March 14, 2020
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The Town of Camp Verde has received a $59K grant to build loop trails east on State Route 260 at the site of the town’s sports complex and equestrian center.

By Bill Helm March 14, 2020
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Verde River Runoff postponed
Flooding, coronavirus prompt Friends of Verde River to delay event until September

Due to this week’s flooding – and concerns over the coronavirus – Friends of the Verde River has postponed this year’s Verde River Runoff until Saturday, Sept. 12.

By Bill Helm March 13, 2020
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For more than an hour Wednesday, the northbound lanes of Interstate 17 were blocked because of a rolled semi-truck at milepost 282, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.

By Staff reports March 12, 2020
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“We think it is prudent to thoughtfully engage in a bond discussion and decide if it is an issue we would like to place before the voters,” Keller wrote in a letter to the Verde Independent.

By Bill Helm March 12, 2020
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The school board cannot offer to extend or renegotiate Howe’s contract until 15 months before that contract expires, Howe said following the board’s Tuesday meeting.

By Bill Helm March 11, 2020

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