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May 4 in Williams at Elephant Rocks Golf Course, Camp Verde's Blake Pierce shot a 99 across 18 holes in the Regional Invitational Event.

By Bill Helm May 7, 2021
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Mason Rayburn named region offensive player of the year
Seven Camp Verde baseball players recognized in pandemic-shortened season

Mason Rayburn, Camp Verde High School’s multi-sport multi-dimensional athlete, is this year’s 3A North Central region’s offensive player of the year.

By Bill Helm May 7, 2021
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It took a virus of pandemic proportions – and volunteers who don’t stop volunteering – to turn a bowling fundraiser into a corn hole competition.

By Bill Helm May 7, 2021
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Mingus Union football field deemed unplayable
District explores cost of new synthetic field to replace 11-year-old artificial turf surface

One report showed deficiency in five of 10 areas on the field, the other showed deficiencies in eight of 10 areas. By deficiencies, DeVore said the synthetic surface is no longer safe for contact sport.

By Bill Helm May 6, 2021
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Wednesday, Yavapai College President Lisa Rhine said that it would likely take two or three years before baccalaureate degrees programs would launch.

By Bill Helm May 5, 2021
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Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council will consider updating the town’s policies, rules and procedures.

By Bill Helm May 4, 2021
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When I arrived at the Verde Independent newsroom in March 2013, I hadn’t written for a living. Ever.

By Bill Helm May 4, 2021
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Weekends from May 7-16, Mingus Union’s theater program, A Troupe Of Ridiculous Thespians, will perform the Addams Family Broadway Musical.

By Bill Helm May 4, 2021
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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.

By Bill Helm April 30, 2021
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Guillen and Windes were booked into the Yavapai County Detention Center. Each has been charged with one count of child abuse, intentional; and one count of aggravated assault, causing serious injury to their daughter in the April 20 incident at their home in the 3800 block of Tumbleweed Drive.

By Bill Helm April 30, 2021

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