Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Camp Verde Unified is only short about 4% from its 1,650 student headcount at the end of the 2019-2020 school year.
Camp Verde Arena Association, in conjunction with the Town of Camp Verde, plans to hold a special rodeo Oct. 9-10 during this year’s Fort Verde Days weekend.
Camp Verde Town Council members Bill LeBeau and Buck Buchanan will attend the training for an Open Meeting Law violation in July.
The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office’s new school resource officer grew up wanting to become a dentist.
Despite the town providing more financial assistance than ever before, the Verde Valley Senior Center’s Meals on Wheels program continues to operate at a loss in Camp Verde.
Although the Camp Verde Arena Association needs about $150,000 to complete the equestrian center, Association President Mary Phelps said she would have been happy if council would help them to the tune of $80,000.
Almost 48% of Camp Verde’s registered voters participated in the town’s Aug. 4 primary election. By a difference of 34 votes, Camp Verdeans asked Dee Jenkins to be their next mayor.
Work on the Camp Verde Sports Complex is not expected to resume until March 2021, Town Manager Russ Martin said Monday.
Mary Phelps, president of the Camp Verde Arena Association (CVAA), estimates that the arena thus far has been built with about than $930K in donated services, materials and money, as well as $380K allocated by the town of Camp Verde and a $60K USDA Grant. CVAA estimates about $35K in remaining funds.
Before voting on the budget, council will hold a hearing to take public comments and questions. Email questions or comments to Town Clerk Cindy Pemberton at email@example.com. Submit all call to the public requests before the meeting.
On Aug. 5, the Camp Verde Town Council voted 5-to-2 that council members Bill LeBeau and Buck Buchanan must attend training for an Open Meeting Law violation committed in July.
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.
Dee Jenkins now has a 34-vote lead in her effort to become Camp Verde’ next mayor.
The new principals at American Heritage Academy’s Camp Verde and Cottonwood campuses each have more than 20 years of experience in education.
In the tug-o-war that has become Camp Verde’s mayoral race, Dee Jenkins and the town’s sitting mayor by had the exact same number of votes, according to Yavapai County’s unofficial results, as of Friday, Aug. 7.
The superintendent of Yavapai County schools said Friday that benchmarks released Aug. 6 by Arizona Department of Health Services are for guidance — not for policy.
As of 5:20 p.m. Thursday, Dee Jenkins is ahead of Charlie German by three votes in the race to become Camp Verde's mayor.
As of 5:20 p.m. Wednesday, Camp Verde Mayor Charlie German has 7 more votes than challenger Dee Jenkins, according to unofficial Yavapai County election results.
With 98% of precincts reporting, Dee Jenkins is 16 votes ahead in her quest to unseat German.
Camp Verde Mayor Charlie German told the Verde Independent he doesn’t think the town council will try to work with Yavapai County leaders to change the route of a controversial project that will connect Cornville Road with State Route 260.
At 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council will consider a construction tax rebate for Verde Commercial as it plans to develop an 81-acre parcel at State Route 260 and Interstate 17, adjacent to Comfort Suites.