Camp Verde Library lands two grants
On May 15, the Camp Verde Town Council announced that Library Services and Technology Act grants totaling $33,455 have been awarded to the Camp Verde Community Library.
ACU cross country, track programs sign Justin Reay, from Camp Verde H.S.
Photo courtesy of ACU Athletics Steve Schwepker Arizona Christian University Sports Information Director PHOENIX, Ariz.
The Daily Courier
Memorial Day observances to include living history groups
Joanna Dodder/The Daily Courier Yavapai Cemetery Association volunteer Norma Read places flags on veterans' graves at the historic Citizens' Cemetery in Prescott, in preparation for the Memorial Day observance.
Wed May 22, 2013
Dan Maxson found dead in ditch culvert
Dan Maxson was last seen by his family at his home May 10. Maxson's family reported him missing Friday May 16 and he was entered into the national database as a missing person.
The Daily Courier
Burning Questions: Class teaches firefighters to recognize signs of arson
Kristi Gagnon, Camp Verde Fire District/Courtesy photo A vehicle fire presents a challenge to students who must determine the cause of the blaze.
Prescott Valley Tribune
Dump the Drugs collects record amount of prescription meds
MATFORCE Executive Director Merilee Fowler and Prescott Valley Interim Chief of Police James Edelstein display prescription drug drop boxes that are now available at 10 locations throughout the county.
Grover becomes CVMO's first motorcycle officer
Five years ago, Russell Grover did not know how to ride a motorcycle. On May 13, Grover became Camp Verde's first motorcycle officer.
Tue May 21, 2013
Man missing from Camp Verde
From the Camp Verde Fire District: Dan was last seen by his family at his home in Camp Verde the morning of May 10.
Sat May 18, 2013
Day in the life of ... Sam Plunkett, roadside chef
As a small child on the island of Maui, Sam Plunkett first learned how to cook authentic Hawaiian barbecued food.
For now, Camp Verde's Pecan & Wine Fest 'is dead'
Steve Goetting of Verde Entertainments recently approached the Town of Camp Verde for help running the annual Pecan & Wine Festival.
Holst re-retiring after leading county through major building projects
He was the Yavapai County administrator from 1982 until 2007, when he retired. But not long after that, the Board of Supervisors realized the county would need someone to oversee a major series of building projects.
Building leaders and role models
Since students at the school are responsible for doing community service work, the school partnered with Folksville USA to pick up trash from the intersection to the Maverik gas station on Finnie Flat Road.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Catholic Sun Phoenix
Kevin Walsh: The pope in question was Paul VI, not Pius VI.
The Queen of Heaven is so revered for her relationship with Christ and her love and guidance of her earthly children, the Catholic Church has dedicated the month of May in her honor.
Camp Verde Town Council to discuss methods of grant research
At tonight's Camp Verde Town Council work session, the Council will discuss contracting with eCivis for grant research that could help fund the Town's Capital Improvements Plan.
Thursday music at Thanks A Latte
Gary Simpkins and Gregg Gould will present a special night of folk music at Thanks A Latte in Camp Verde on Thursday starting at 6:30 p.m. Thanks A Latte Espresso Cafe is located at 348 S. Main St.
Tue May 14, 2013
VVMC expanding HELPS, informing parents
The HELPS program is a comprehensive physical for student-athletes and administrators hope to expand it to prevention in the coming years.
Verde Valley pulls together for SR 260 completion
A diverse group of Verde Valley residents, that including politicians, land owners, business people and residents gathered in Flagstaff Friday for a chance to campaign for the improvement of the Camp Verde area segment of State Route 260.
Big Bug News
Man, 26, in jail on charges he sexually assaulted Mayer woman
On Friday, May 10, at about 10:30 p.m., Yavapai County Sheriff's Office deputies were dispatched to the 13000 block of E. Central Avenue in response to a 911 hang-up. Deputies arrived within three minutes, said Yavapai County Sheriff's spokesman Dwight D'Evelyn. D'Evelyn said a woman in her 50s answered the door.
Mon May 13, 2013
More personnel moves on tap for Camp Verde Schools
Reduction in force, more resignations and hirings plus an Attorney General investigation are in store Tuesday night for the Camp Verde Unified School District Governing Board.
Community Outreach Keeping Sundogs Busy
Prescott Valley, AZ The Arizona Sundogs have always been heavily involved in the community and this summer is no different.