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Camp Verde to face 3-0 Scottsdale Prep
Dulaney scored lone touchdown in Cowboys’ loss at Scottsdale Christian

With about five minutes to go in the first quarter, junior quarterback Garrett Dulaney scored a touchdown for Camp Verde against Scottsdale Christian Academy.

By Bill Helm October 26, 2020
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As of Monday, Mingus Union High School District has no reported COVID-19 positive cases since opening school to face-to-face instruction.

By Bill Helm October 26, 2020
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Camp Verde girls shut out Holbrook
Lady Cowboys finish regular season against Payson on Monday

Monday, the Camp Verde girls soccer team travels to Payson for the team’s final regular season game of the fall soccer season. Camp Verde is set to face the 3-8 Longhorns at 4 p.m.

By Bill Helm October 23, 2020
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A Veregy company, Mid State Energy donated $5,000 to the anti-consolidation committee known as Save Our Independent School Districts. That’s about 58% of the $8,630 monetary and in-kind contributions the committee has reportedly received since it was founded in August to fight the proposed consolidation of the Cottonwood-Oak Creek and Mingus Union school districts.

By Bill Helm October 22, 2020
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Saturday, Camp Verde boys soccer hosts Blue Ridge at 1 p.m. at Sam Hammerstrom Field.

By Bill Helm October 22, 2020
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At 6 p.m. Thursday, the Camp Verde girls soccer team hosts Holbrook at Sam Hammerstrom Field.

By Bill Helm October 22, 2020
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Pat Schweiss, SIFF executive director, said Wednesday that the film festival is partnering with Old Town Center for the Arts (OTCA) to show independent films once or twice each month beginning in November.

By Bill Helm October 21, 2020
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COTTONWOOD — Two COVID-19 vaccine candidates are headed for approval, Northern Arizona Healthcare leadership said Wednesday in a Zoom media briefing.

By Bill Helm October 21, 2020
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Northern Arizona Healthcare plans no staff reductions at Sedona Emergency Department
Sedona Emergency Department to stay open at least five more years

Northern Arizona Healthcare has pledged to keep its Sedona Emergency Department open for at least five more years.

By Bill Helm October 21, 2020
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Nov. 3, Camp Verde voters will have the chance to decide if the town should have permanent base adjustment, as is the case already in Cottonwood and Clarkdale.

By Bill Helm October 21, 2020

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