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11 hrs ago | Verde Independent
In operation since 2005, St. Joseph's School in Bridgeport is looking to the future and is asking Yavapai County for a zone change amendment so it can grow.
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A Cottonwood accident occurred at 718 S. Main St. at approximately 4:25 p.m., when 70-year-old Daniel Godack of Camp Verde, while parked outside of the dry cleaners, reported his foot slipped off the brake pedal and launched his pickup truck into the front of the building.
You only have 43 more days to sign up your team for the Camp Verde Relay For Life Even.
Cooking, warming, or camp fires ARE still ALLOWED at single and multi-family residences and Town parks but MUST BE attended at all times Camp Verde Fire District in conjunction with Yavapai County, State Forestry, and many other fire agencies will implement Stage One Fire Restrictions on April 18, at 8 a.m. The current conditions pose an extreme ... (more)
Members of Camp Verde Cub Scout Pack 7193 and Sedona Boy Scout Troop 48 spent the evening of April 16 waiting to speak to the Camp Verde Town Council.
Verde Valley Land Preservation hosted leaders from throughout the Verde River watershed region on a 2-day kayak and camp experience guided and catered by Sedona Adventure Tours April 5-6.
Two races into his new career as an 800-meter runner, Camp Verde sophomore Luis Valdez is enjoying his newfound race.
The Arizona Department of Transportation will move concrete barriers on southbound Interstate 17 tonight, April 17, between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. south of Camp Verde as part of the climbing lane project.
Rev. Father David J. Kelash rides a donkey in for Palm Sunday of the Passion Of The Lord, the start of Holy Week for 1+ billion Catholics.
Stalled efforts to bring broadband to the Verde Valley may be picking up steam in the coming weeks as economic development leaders bring together vendors who can help finance this expensive project.
Irene Rezzonico says her 8-year-old grandson Tristen Mulcaire 'doesn't know a stranger.
It is clear that the taxpayers on this side of the mountain have been ripped off to the tune of millions of dollars annually by the people in Prescott running Yavapai Community College.