Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council could approve the Town’s recommendation for rate increases over the next five years.
It’s been a week since the Town of Camp Verde and Marshal Nancy Gardner officially parted company.
Citing ‘conflict of interest,’ Mayor German to abstain from discussion, vote
Now that the Town of Camp Verde has completed clearing and grubbing the site of the Camp Verde Sports Complex, the next step is to commence grading, drainage and infrastructure improvements.
Since the Cottonwood-Oak Creek School Board agreed in February to approve Steve King’s plan for realigning three of its schools into two K-8 schools, both the board and the superintendent are still trying to decide on a restructuring plan that is best.
Elementary students cook Asian-inspired recipes March 28
For five of Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District’s students, the eighth annual Sodexo Future Chefs Challenge is an opportunity to use their creativity and culinary skills to make Asian-inspired dishes that are both healthy and delicious.
A funny thing happened on the way to a career in finance. Klint McKean couldn’t surrender his love of words.
CAMP VERDE – Looking for a job is much harder work than actually working a job.
Although members of the Advisory Committee for Consolidation have discussed wage equalization at each of their meetings, talks have mostly been about certified employees such as teachers and paraprofessionals.
Erick Quesada named new baseball coach as school to search for new football coach
Both Young and McKeever had already announced they were leaving Mingus Union, but Thursday was the district governing board’s opportunity to recognize the coaches for their contributions to the school.
Seven of the Verde Valley’s career and technical education students recently placed in the SkillsUSA competition for Region 4 competitors.