No matter what life throws at us, we will persevere. Adversity in every shape and form will knock at our door forever.
To the citizens of Camp Verde: First I want to say thank you for the way in which you have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic that has literally turned our nation, state and county upside down.
Care and kindness will get us through this together. It starts with what we can control … ourselves.
How did these cases test positive in the Verde Valley?
How come we are not hearing from our elected officials in Camp Verde?
Thank you for reporting Supervisor Randy Garrison’s insistence to push forward a wildly expensive, contested, mis-represented road project through the approval process.
The chamber is funded by the city isn’t it? Shutting down Sedona to whatever degree legal and possible falls upon the city government.
The true character of a person is revealed during a crisis. So, we’ve been shown Trump’s.
As we work our way through these historic events we would like to remind everyone that this will pass, and as a community many lessons will be learned, and together we will be stronger for them.
Let me say this clearly: we are NOT actively promoting travel to Sedona and we have not done so since February. Period.
I am a Nurse, and I am scared as everyone else is, but I am in this fight 400%. Bravo Mayor Elinski!
It is time for all Yavapai county residents and anyone who cares about our river, our farmers, our ranchers, the autonomy of our communities and responsible county government to stand up against this project.
Let’s stop pretending Dems and Reps are our saviors and that we care about each other. Government is nothing more than people with power, and power corrupts even the best.
Wildworks is NOT a zoo. It is a wildlife refuge. It is not open to the public. Instead the animals are taken to schools and organizations for educational purposes.
This could be done starting with not accepting any future reservations beyond those already booked unless extenuating circumstances are noted by the potential visitor.
They have a great manager, Tim Watts, who makes sure the local residents of our area are well taken care of.
It’s time to realize what small agricultural does in our communities and why it matters, Mr. Garrison.
The situation is critical and there is no time to waste with poor planning by the federal government.
So, here is my thank you again and if you see this, Perry Conrad at Smoke-N-Guns, would like to say thank you in person.
Just two weeks ago life was very different in the Verde Valley. With the sudden progression of COVID-19 across the nation and into our state and now county, the reality of this infection’s impact has become soberingly clear.
There are many silver linings to find in the COVID-19 pandemic that has gripped the nation.
The Copper Canyon Fire and Medical District provides fire suppression, emergency medical service, rescue, hazardous materials response, and fire prevention services to the communities of Camp Verde, McGuireville, Rimrock, and Lake Montezuma.
The issue of the 293 exit going North off the I-17 is a huge problem when one exits off the 293 to proceed into the Rimrock-Lake Montezuma communities because of bottlenecking which also involves traffic traveling from the Cornville Road to also enter the BC Road driving to Rimrock-Lake Montezuma or to enter the 293 going North.
The Az Flywheelers made a $1,000 donation to the CTE group to assist students with tuition, and presented this past month by the club President, Gary Covert and several members. Recognition to this club is in order.