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In the similar tradition of other towns' Rodeo Queens, the Camp Verde Cavalry will be holding the Fort Verde Days' Colonel's Daughter Contest. This will be the 55th anniversary of this competition.
High-speed Internet has come to Camp Verde. And Economic Development Director Steve Ayers says this is "just huge."
Both Camp Verde and Beaver Creek held ceremonies Thursday to remember the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Jerome and Clarkdale recently joined the list of community municipal governments to move forward with accepting applications for a Yavapai College advisory board. Governing board member Al Filardo was on hand to answer the council's questions about what kind of applicants to submit and how appointments would be made.
29, Thanks a Latte will sponsor CVMO's Coffee With a Cop, an informal gathering to allow the public an opportunity to meet with local law enforcement ... and have a cup of coffee. Pictured, Thanks a Latte owner Paul Hawk, left, CVMO Deputy Dave Freeman.
Can a single memento define the life of a 9/11 victim? Donna Bird has a decision to make, one she has been putting off for close to 13 years. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1rXuQdx Donna Bird looks at a photo of her husband, Gary, who died during 9/11.
The Town's Community Development Department and Planning & Zoning Commission have scheduled a General Plan work session for Thursday, Sept. 11. The focus for the next several meetings will be to develop goals and implementation strategies for the Land Use element and for each of its 10 character areas.
The series, which debuted in September 2006, was checked out 37 times at the Camp Verde Library during fiscal year 2013-2014. The Black Butler series was the most popular item the last fiscal year.
VVN/Bill Helm Bachler is the owner of Vince's Auto Body, the company that spent close to 100 hours removing dents and painting an about-to-be retired school bus, now the travel bus for Camp Verde Unified School District. Camp Verde High School football coach Steve Darby says the school has wanted a more sharp-looking travel bus "for a long time."
Wednesday night, Sept. 3, a witness on the 3000 block of South Spring Lane in Camp Verde notified the Marshal's Office of two men removing items from the residence and yard and placing them in a vehicle.
At Wednesday's regular session, Town Council considered an ordinance that would have increased the Use Tax rate by 1 percent. Council voted against Ordinance 2014-A399, which would have increased the Use Tax rate to 3 percent.
Back on Aug. 20, both the Town Manager and Town Council agreed that an independent investigator should decide whether complaints filed by Camp Verde Marshal's Office employees were valid. And estimations of $10,000 in legal fees have both council and Camp Verde residents dissatisfied, to say the least.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 03:37 pm
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