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Raquel Hendrickson
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A centerpoint of great anticipation and anxiety, the Camp Verde Sports Complex gets its own special meeting Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.

By Raquel Hendrickson August 10, 2022
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Moore, Escoffier, Whatley win CV council seats
Jenkins cruises to re-election as mayor

No run-off is needed in Camp Verde as all candidates running for town council met the threshold for outright election in Tuesday’s Primary, according to the unofficial count.

By Raquel Hendrickson August 4, 2022
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The Yavapai County residents running for the new Legislative District 1 had a very different Primary Election experience, depending on whether they were running for the state Senate or the House, and certainly whether they were Republicans or Democrats.

By Raquel Hendrickson August 3, 2022
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Long-term, the emergency department of Northern Arizona Healthcare in Sedona is in a precarious situation as NAH evaluates its services in Yavapai County.

By Raquel Hendrickson August 1, 2022
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Nearly a year after being indicted, a woman accused of embezzling from Camp Verde Little League signed a plea agreement Monday that includes restitution.

By Raquel Hendrickson July 31, 2022
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Two former school officials accused of fraud and misusing taxpayer money pled guilty Monday in Superior Court to one felony charge.

By Raquel Hendrickson July 31, 2022
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lcantara Vineyards is going big.

By Raquel Hendrickson July 24, 2022
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A one-time property-tax levy was approved by the Beaver Creek School District Governing Board Thursday despite acknowledgment there would be sticker shock for residents.

By Raquel Hendrickson July 17, 2022
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During election season, like any sports season, you will hear a lot of blather, verbal posturing, name calling and other trash talking.

By Raquel Hendrickson June 29, 2022
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With cases of COVID-19 moving in the wrong direction, some areas of Arizona are again recommending masks in public indoor settings.

By Raquel Hendrickson June 29, 2022

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