The Go Bananas food truck provides consumers of all ages a gourmet chocolate dipped frozen banana.
Clarkdale-Jerome students will return to in-person learning – should they wish – on Jan. 25.
In March, Yavapai County Superior Court Judge John Napper will consider a motion to reject Bruce George’s defamation lawsuit against the Town of Camp Verde.
Wednesday, educators at Beaver Creek and Sedona-Oak Creek school districts will receive their first Moderna vaccine for COVID-19.
For now, Mingus Union High School will keep its campus closed in favor of online learning.
Spectators will not be allowed for the start of 2021 Arizona high school winter sports season.
No structures were lost in the incident and the fire was contained to vegetation only, Graham stated.
At 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 5, the Cottonwood-Oak Creek school board will consider whether to offer face-to-face education, online education, or both during the pandemic.
Folks on both sides of the consolidation debate made sure that Upper Verde schools don’t think only of COVID-19 when they look back at 2020.
Bruce George’s attorney contends Joe Butner’s actions leading up to and including the Camp Verde Town Council’s Jan. 8 meeting were not constitutionally protected.
For all intents and purposes, the art of viticulture is believed to have first come to the Verde Valley in 1884 when Heinrich and Dorette Schuerman received 160 acres of Oak Creek property as payment for a $500 debt.
Financially, 2020 has been a good year for the Town of Camp Verde.
Copper Canyon Fire looks forward to the completion of its Cherry Creek Road fire station, scheduled for June 2021.
Tuesday, the Camp Verde School Board voted 3-2 to return to a hybrid education model on Jan. 4. This means that the district’s students can choose whether to attend school on campus – or online.
In the past two years, Cottonwood-Oak Creek has lost about 200 students – and close to $1 million in revenue.
In March, Mountain View Preparatory expects to have a new bike skills park not only for its mountain bike program, but also for the community to use.
Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council decided that anyone who wants to buy marijuana for recreational purposes is welcome to do so – but not within town limits.
Bottom line, if someone wants to purchase and/or consume marijuana recreationally, that person must acquire it somewhere other than Camp Verde.
Monday, the district’s governing board will review Arizona Department of Health’s benchmark data, as well as the district’s schooling options.
With only four parade entries as of 3 p.m. Thursday, Camp Verde Parks and Recreation canceled this year’s drive-thru Parade of Lights, scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday.
Cottonwood-Oak Creek’s plan to outfit its schools with sunshades for outdoor education is on hold.
At about 3 p.m. Wednesday, Camp Verde Marshal’s Office and Copper Canyon Fire and Medical District responded to a two-vehicle injury accident in the vicinity of Middle Verde and Caughran roads in Camp Verde.
Tuesday, the Clarkdale-Jerome and Cottonwood-Oak Creek school boards voted to return to distance learning models from Friday, Dec. 18 through Friday, Jan. 8, 2021.
At 10 a.m. Monday, Dec. 14, plaintiff and defendants in the Bruce George defamation lawsuit will attend a Tier and Discovery conference in front of Yavapai County Superior Court Judge John Napper.
With its $10,000 contribution, SmartRVService.com is now sponsor of the Camp Verde Equestrian Center’s second arena.
At 6 p.m. Tuesday, the Clarkdale-Jerome and Cottonwood-Oak Creek school board will hold separate meetings. But the most pressing need for each is to understand when – and whether – to continue offering face-to-face education during the pandemic.
Project Superintendent Stephen Beckman said this week that the new Camp Verde AutoZone should be open for business sometime in April 2021.
Through Jan. 8, Mingus Union High School will keep its campus closed in favor of distance learning.
For the past three years, substitutes filled about 97% of Yavapai County’s short-term and long-term teacher vacancies.
Tuesday, Copper Canyon Fire Board Member Carol Keeton was not able to log onto the board’s Zoom meeting, and not able to vote in what became a 2-to-2 vote that rejected the board sending a pro-Verde Connect resolution to Wednesday’s Yavapai County Board of Supervisors meeting.
Thursday, the Mingus Union School Board will decide whether its students should continue taking classes online rather than on campus.