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Teen Maze Helps Kids See The Light
The Yavapai County Community Health Services and Verde Valley Sanctuary coordinated this year's 2014 Teen Maze at the Clemenceau Building in Cottonwood.
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Editorial: Costs of federal shutdown still matter
In case everyone in the Verde Valley or Northern Arizona forgot the inconvenience incurred from the federal government shutdown in October, the recent financial report from the Department of the Interior is a stark reminder.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Desert Foothills Chapter AAS presents Dr. Todd Bostwick
Arizona Humanities speaker Dr. Todd W. Bostwick, PH.D., RPA presents a recently created lecture on "Native American Salt Procurement, Use, and Rituals in the American Southwest."
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Smoki Museum to host Archaeology Month events
The Daily Courier/file The Smoki Museum is sponsoring six March events for Archaeology Month as part of its Indian Arts & Culture Education Series.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Polk asks Camp Verde Council to oppose legalizing marijuana
At Wednesday's regular session, Polk will encourage the Camp Verde Town Council to approve Resolution 2014-915, which opposes marijuana's legalization.
Active-shooter training planned at Camp Verde High during Spring Break
On Wednesday, March 12, the Camp Verde Marshal's Office in conjunction with the Camp Verde Unified School District will conduct a multi-agency active shooter training session at Camp Verde High School.
Editorial: Verde Valley schools buck state trend on dismal classroom $$$
The report shows that the share of Arizona education tax dollars filtered to classrooms in the state took another dive last year.
YA Transit revving engines to link the Verde Valley
VVN/Raquel Hendrickson Transit Manager Diana Bonnaha and drivers Ron Juan and Fawn Stanley are preparing to launch Yavapai-Apache Transit for the Verde Valley this spring.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Camp Verde Building Safety Dept. concludes building code meetings
The Town of Camp Verde's Building Safety Department recently wrapped up its series of meetings on the potential adoption of the 2012 International Building Codes.
Camp Verde resident running for Arizona governor
In a country whose government, Abraham Lincoln said in 1863, was meant to be "of the people, by the people, for the people," Lukasik endeavors to collect enough signatures to be included on the ballot for the 2014 Arizona gubernatorial race.
Ag Day Cultivates Young Farmers
The annual Ag Awareness Day Thursday at Camp Verde High School gives CVHS agriculture students an opportunity to share their experiences in the program with young students who may be interested in agricultural and Future Farmers of America pursuits.
The old guys: Jim Ashton, Ron Brattain, Ray Floyd, Gary Kenfield and Dick Rynearson
They call themselves the Old Guys. And together they replace, renovate, install, fix, conceptualize and build things that make Camp Verde a better place.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Best road trips, coast to coast
Too late to book affordable airline tickets? No need to disappoint the kids. A road trip is the classic family escape.
Blasting is over above Camp Verde, I-17 climbing lane project moves to next phase
Since the January 2013 start of the $11.8 million safety improvement project south of Camp Verde, the Arizona Department of Transportation has moved approximately 350,000 tons of dirt and boulders from Copper Canyon to clear a path for the construction of the first-ever climbing lane on southbound I-17.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
"Ditch Boss" Helps Keep a Thirsty River Flowing
Earthen dams are placed in the channel of the Verde River to divert water into ditches, which bring the flow to individual users.
Camp Verde man dies after 21-foot fall
On Thursday, Feb. 27, at around 10:45 A.M. 55 year old, Jesus Maria Leon Urias, of Camp Verde, died after falling 21 feet.
YAN sewer project on schedule to start in Camp Verde in late March
The construction project, scheduled to run from late March through October, requires trenching and burying.
4-day school for Camp Verde
Camp Verde Unified School District will be on a so-called four-day school week schedule starting in August.
Commentary: Yavapai College priorities shortchange the Verde Valley
One hundred and three point eight million dollars is an extraordinary amount of money, and when you realize it will be spent in our county for postsecondary education, it is most exciting.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Camp Verde School Board approves 4-day school week
The CVUSD board and administrative team discuss options for a four-day school week during Tuesday's work session.