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Four Eight Wineworks and The Clarkdale Foundation have opened ticket sales for the Fourth Annual Verde Valley Wine Festival, Northern Arizona’s premier wine and culinary event.
During the open house, community members and regional stakeholders will have the opportunity to learn more about the town manager search process, meet the candidates, and provide feedback to the town council.
The town will now go through the process of narrowing 68 applications down to four to six candidates, according to current Town Manager Gayle Mabery.
Clarkdale Town Council Member Ben Kramer, who had previously announced that he would decline to take the Oath of Office for his term that was slated to begin on November 13, 2018, has notified the Town of Clarkdale that he will resign from his current seat on the Town Council effective Sept. 25.
Following the appointment of Verde Valley Justice of the Peace William Lundy as the Clarkdale Town Magistrate, and execution of an agreement between Clarkdale and Yavapai County, the Clarkdale Magistrate Court will officially open its doors in its new location at 10 S. 6th Street in Cottonwood July 2.
Clarkdale Community Services has announced its 2018 Concerts in the Park series.
Wednesday, Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan will purchase a case of wine made by the Yavapai College viticulture program in Clarkdale and bring it back to the Arizona Capitol Museum Store for sale.
The Town of Clarkdale is now accepting applications from residents who are interested in serving on a Citizens Road Repair and Street Safety Bond Committee.
Joining the Friends of Clark Memorial Library’s Grand Re-Opening festivities, local author and artist Ann Metlay will speak on “The Magic of Libraries” at 4 p.m. in the Clark Memorial Clubhouse Auditorium on Thursday, Oct. 19.
Wine and Dine in the Vines Saturday, Oct. 28 at 5 p.m. at the Southwest Wine Center at Yavapai College.
Tuesday, the Clarkdale-Jerome School District governing board is expected to discuss a self-evaluation process that District Superintendent Danny Brown says would include feedback from both faculty and staff.
Buena Vista Children’s Services is excited to announce the reopening of the Discovery Connection Afterschool Program in Clarkdale.
CLARKDALE – The Verde Valley Transition Committee is all about helping “improve lifelong outcomes” for youth and young adults with disabilities, says committee member and Sedona High School special education instructor Kathleen Hughes.
The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors and the Clarkdale Town Council will consider approval of agreements in September in order to support the re-opening of the Clark Memorial Library.
The special meeting will be devoted to interviewing the applicants on Tuesday at 3 p.m. at the Clark Memorial Clubhouse Men’s Lounge. The meeting will be open to the public.
The Clarkdale-Jerome School fourth quarter honor roll and perfect attendance for the 2016-2017 school year, is as follows. In recognition of outstanding achievement, Principal’s List is 4.0, Honor roll is 3.0-3.99 A-B’s.
CLARKDALE – The Clarkdale Town Council approved the preliminary budget for Fiscal Year 2018 during their June 27 meeting.
CLARKDALE – Tuesday, the Common Council of the Town of Clarkdale approved action regarding the execution of various soil removal access agreements for town properties at a special meeting.
A regular meeting of the common council of the Town of Clarkdale is scheduled for Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Men’s Lounge at Clark Memorial Clubhouse, located 19 N. Ninth St.
CLARKDALE – Dec. 13, Town Council approved a Professional Services Agreement between the Town of Clarkdale and Mikkel Jordahl, P.C. for prosecuting attorney and related services, with an initial contract term that is retroactive to Dec. 1, and a monthly compensation of $3,405 per month.