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Lo Frisby

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Perhaps best known as a historic area and pass-through on the Verde Canyon Railroad tour rather than as a modern-day community, Perkinsville has been the site of a little-known ecological gem since time immemorial.

By Lo Frisby May 4, 2022
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As I drove to Camp Verde Elementary School to document their Arbor Day festivities, the air was thick with smoke from the Crooks Fire in Prescott. Earlier that morning, I was reading about the Tunnel Fire in Flagstaff, an even larger fire at more than 20,000 acres.

By Lo Frisby May 1, 2022
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When asked about his feelings regarding his recent appointment as superintendent of the Camp Verde Unified School District, Steve Hicks gave a calculated response: “We have a lot of work to do, a lot of challenges, and we’re excited about them.”

By Lo Frisby April 27, 2022
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Nearly 20 Verde Valley beef producers met with Congressman Tom O’Halleran April 12 at the Camp Verde Economic Development Office to discuss growing concern over threats to the local beef industry.

By Lo Frisby April 24, 2022
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An autopsy report signed by the county medical examiner now shows the suspect in the shooting of a police officer in Camp Verde was hit by six bullets, five of which were described as entering the suspect from behind.

By Lo Frisby April 24, 2022
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“Given that the scenic beauty of the Verde Valley is unparalleled, the Town of Camp Verde also occupies a rare and rather enviable position among Arizona cities and towns,” Camp Verde’s General Plan says, when referring to the town’s 18 miles of river and riparian habitats.

By Lo Frisby April 20, 2022
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I'm not used to being broken, I'm used to getting up and being able to dust myself off and move to the next thing, but now I can't," Yavapai-Apache Police Sgt. Preston Brogdon said at a press conference on Tuesday.

By Lo Frisby April 19, 2022
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With a growing demand and a need for more space, Chef Salvatore Moscato and his team are moving to a new location soon.

By Lo Frisby April 17, 2022
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Beaver Creek Ranch has a long and colorful history, including its years spent as a hidden getaway for famous actors working on films in Sedona during Hollywood’s Golden Age.

By Lo Frisby April 17, 2022
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Yavapai-Apache Police Sgt. Preston Brogdon received a warm welcome home April 12 after he was released from a physical rehab facility in Chandler earlier the same day.

By Lo Frisby April 17, 2022
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“Once we moved about like the wind,” said Goyathlay (“One Who Yawns”), who is best known as Geronimo, the legendary Bedonkohe Apache warrior and leader.

By Lo Frisby April 13, 2022
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After reviewing two companies’ bids, the Camp Verde Town Council made a final decision on which one will install field lighting at the town sports complex.

By Lo Frisby April 13, 2022
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At the April 6 regular meeting, the Camp Verde Town Council voted unanimously to approve salary increases for the mayor as well as members of council.

By Lo Frisby April 10, 2022
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“I always say (that) in the country, relationships matter,” Cottonwood Police Chief Stephen Gesell said as he presented a token of appreciation to Camp Verde Marshal Corey Rowley.

By Lo Frisby April 10, 2022
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A heated debate took place among council members Wednesday evening as they deliberated over a motion to transfer operations of the Marshal’s Office to the council and remove authority from Camp Verde’s Town Manager Russ Martin.

By Lo Frisby April 10, 2022
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