The animals come to live out their lives at her refuge. The animals are brought to the sanctuary for a number of reasons, she said,
It’s been seven years since Camp Verde High School’s yearbook crew won its first Gallery of Excellence award.
The Town of Camp Verde approved $175,000 to begin work immediately on the soccer, football fields and parking lot to allow for play at the town’s new $12 million Sports Complex.
The Class of 2021 had trouble keeping their caps on during Thursday’s windy graduation celebration, but a beautiful sunset topped off the night as approximately 80 of the school’s seniors collected their diplomas.
The Camp Verde Town Council will consider a job contract this week to install reclaimed water supply lines to the town’s new Sports Complex.
A year ago, Camp Verde High School held traditional graduation, something Superintendent Danny Howe said recently he was “glad, and thankful” his district could offer its Class of 2020.
More than 15 years ago, Robert Foreman began his tenure with the Town of Camp Verde.
Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council will consider updating the town’s policies, rules and procedures.
From 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 4, the Yavapai-Apache Nation will hold a second free COVID-19 vaccination drive for area residents ages 18 and older.
At 2 p.m. Wednesday, the Camp Verde School Board will consider rescinding its mask mandate and temperature checks for the district’s students, staff and visitors.
At 6 p.m. Tuesday, the Camp Verde School Board will meet in the district’s multi-use complex library, 280 Camp Lincoln Road.
A year ago May, with his Bachelor’s degree from Northern Arizona University, Parker began a one-year assignment with the Town of Camp Verde through Alliance of Arizona Non-Profits, funded by AmeriCorps and its VISTA program.
Over the next two years, Camp Verde will receive another $2.67 million in stimulus, Town Manager Russ Martin said.
Huey said Wednesday that the Nation hopes to administer 1,000 vaccines in its first of two vaccination drives.
For $1 per year, the Camp Verde Arena Association will have use of the town’s surplus equipment to maintain the equestrian center.