The Kiwanis Club of Camp Verde would like to thank Camp Verde Parks and Recreation for giving us the opportunity to raise funds for our club at this year’s cornfest.
I have known Dan Engler since his Flagstaff years and came to admire how he evolved from a “Cub Reporter” for the Daily Sun and later as the editor of The Verde Independent, and much more.
In 2010, on the way to the headwaters of the Rio Grande, fleeing the bureaucracy destroying the whole state of California, I yielded to my partner’s yen to check out the Dirty Verde.
Wow! End of an era! Dan, I hope you enjoy retirement as much as I do. But it’s been a good run.
Parents, please help your children grow up to be responsible adults that we all want to be proud of.
With the continued possibility of surprise power outages, you may come home and find yourself locked out when there’s no power to your garage door opener.
The PRO Act subverts the will of workers in order to fill union ranks.
The Arizona State Park employees at Red Rock State Park deserve a round of applause.
My question is regarding a town meeting that I missed regarding the 5G tower approval going up in the neighborhood off the trail head off Zalesky Road in the Bridgeport area .
I see absolutely no benefit in posting a review which is not 100% accurate. No one benefits, and someone could very possibly be harmed.
If the Arizona Democrat representatives truly represented their constituents they would join in supporting the Arizona audit investigating the election vs. investigating the investigative firms.
I would not be surprised to learn that the Committee to Protect Health Care is already in the employ of Katie Hobbs.
Meet and Greet is July 21st at 4 p.m. at Flew the Coop Nashville Hot Chicken Shack, 1620 AZ-260 Suite D, Camp Verde.
I would like to support the recent article by Dr. Kevin Mikles regarding the closing of Valley View Care.
This is a letter of appeal to the Verde Valley Medical Center in regards to the Valley View Care facility for hospice patients.
I am a small business owner in Camp Verde and I am NOT a millionaire by any stretch of the imagination. All my employees are and have been part-time. I employ a mom with school-age children who only wants part-time. I work with my employees on their hours needed. I also employ and have for the past 10+ years, students and others that only want or need part-time.
Thirty-five years ago I had a nasty rock-climbing fall. Now in my 60s, I found epidural injections help the most. This is a simple outpatient procedure covered in full by Medicare.
If you are really sick and on Medicare, you need to go to a metropolitan area for treatment. It is wrong to attack our health care providers here in Cottonwood.
I can’t have a charcoal barbecue due to the fire restrictions, and they’re going to launch fireworks into the sky?
I have been going to Jacuzzi for 12 years and now the seniors can’t use it because it didn’t comply with their new regulations.
When selfish people consciously and deliberately jeopardize the health care of others, I can no longer be concerned with theirs.
Arizona is a right to work (or starve) where the rich get richer and the poor get poorer and Cottonwood is a prime example of that.
The time of lock-down was used by the chamber to build an amazing website, contact list for businesses and develop their strategy for assisting business to succeed in the Verde Valley.
Now that the Verde Valley has survived the plague, I want to thank the library pros and volunteers who kept right on truckin’ through it.
First off, I am going to “assume” that you have done a survey on ALL the privately owned land, as well as what the county (taxpayers) owns in the whole Verde Valley before forming that “opinion” that was publicly stated.