In her second year as the school’s director of student support services, Wesbrock works to provide opportunities for students in a variety of ways.
Oak Creek School recently received a $93,600 grant that will help provide high-quality academic enrichment opportunities for students.
CAMP VERDE – A December 2018 Memorandum of Understanding and a March 2019 lease agreement, both with the Town of Camp Verde, have provided the Camp Verde Arena Association with the grounds to build an equestrian center across from the town’s sports complex on SR 260.
CLARKDALE – Monday, the Clarkdale-Jerome School Board could approve a Memorandum of Understanding with Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind.
The Camp Verde Business Alliance had no plans to rebrand itself as the Camp Verde Chamber of Commerce.
They call this project Feed Our Communities Kids. But Cottonwood-Oak Creek’s Barb Amato says it’s the answer to a six-year dream in the making.
When he and his buddies are building cars, it’s Ken Wood who rounds them all up for lunch.
CAMP VERDE – As with most volunteer organizations and groups, the Camp Verde Marshal’s Office’s Volunteers in Policing program is looking for people who are interested in serving their community.
CAMP VERDE – Camp Verde Marshal’s Office will participate in the 2019 Pink Patch Project, with proceeds from the sales of the patches going to the Breast Care Center at Yavapai Regional Medical Center in Prescott.
What started as a tree on fire became a residential structure fire Saturday in Oak Creek Valley.
Tuesday, the Camp Verde School Board could approve a five-year Intergovernmental Agreement with Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and Blind.
In 2019, the Arizona Community Foundation of Sedona gave 47 of the area’s non-profit organizations a collective $160,000 in grants.
CAMP VERDE – Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council decided its hards are tied when it comes to Yavapai County’s Verde Connect project.
According to a report released Monday from Arizona Auditor General’s Office released to Gov. Doug Ducey, Celestia Ziemkowski “allegedly embezzled $30,597 and falsified information in Valley Academy’s records and accounting software.”
Yavapai County is still interested in Camp Verde’s formal input on a road that would connect Coury Drive to Middle Verde Road.
Abide Maternity Home has plans to provide four recreational vehicle spaces for transitional housing.
Cheri Wischmeyer will serve as coordinator of the Marshal's community committee.
A light-colored sedan reportedly stolen in Flagstaff was found 28 miles northwest of the site of the second of two bank robberies — which happened only two months apart.
The Verde Independent received 16 Arizona Newspaper Association awards for individual excellence, newspaper excellence, and advertising excellence at the association’s Sept. 28 meeting and fall convention at the Wild Horse Pass Hotel and Casino in Chandler.
Tuesday is the annual occasion when the public is invited to meet members of the
At 6 p.m. Tuesday, the Marshal’s Community Committee will meet at the Camp Verde Marshal’s Office, located at 646 S. 1st St.
It’s not enough for Steve King to work hard as Cottonwood-Oak Creek’s district superintendent. He also wants to work smart.
The property, said Sedona resident John Bradshaw, chief operating officer of CCJB Holdings LLC, will be used primarily for growing hemp to make CBD oils.
CAMP VERDE – Wednesday, Camp Verde Town Council told its town staff to follow up on a request by CCJB Holdings, LLC to have Alcantara Vineyards and Winery – and its five parcels – annexed into the Town of Camp Verde.
The Colonel’s Daughter competition, scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 29 at Fort Verde State Historic Park, is put on each year by the Camp Verde Cavalry.
Two Camp Verde residents are raising money for Montezuma Veterinary Services, which was destroyed by fire in late July.
The Camp Verde Business Alliance has no plans to rebrand itself as the Camp Verde Chamber of Commerce, but it will take on a new name that helps re-brand the organization.
The Verde Valley Archaeology Center has received a sizable donation, literally, which will go on display beginning Saturday, Sept. 21.
The Cottonwood Community Band, under the direction of Dr. Sy Brandon, and assistant conductor Neil Manzenberger, has four concerts planned through the end of 2019.
It’s not unusual for an automotive technician to be A.S.E. master certified.
With six wells that serve 1,291 connections, Arizona Water Company has plenty of water for its customers.
Monday, Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter will interview Kathleen Fleenor and Janet Regner for an opening on the Valley Academy district governing board.
From 8:45 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, Special Olympics athletes will compete in the 9th annual Arizona Special Olympics Mountain Area Bocce Tournament.
In 1974, Penny Spillman and her then-husband were one of five Verde Valley couples with special needs children.
At 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 20 and 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, Mingus Union High School’s rock band will take the stage at Thunder Valley Rally.
Mingus Union High School dismissed its students at 9:30 a.m. due to a power outage less than a mile from the school.