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Camp Verde council to consider tentative budget

Nearly $8.3 million in capital improvements highlights 2018-2019 budget

Wednesday, the Camp Verde Town Council could approve a tentative budget with debts projected to exceed income by $9 million.

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Camp Verde council considers five-year contract with town manager

After close to two years of discussions and considerations, the Camp Verde Town Council could approve a five-year contract for Russ Martin to continue as town manager.

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What consolidation means to Clarkdale-Jerome?

If the Mingus Union and Cottonwood-Oak Creek districts were to consolidate into one district, the Clarkdale-Jerome School District would not be a part of the district.

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Mingus may seek legal counsel on consolidation

COTTONWOOD – At a 3 p.m. special meeting Wednesday, the Mingus Union School Board could retain legal counsel to represent the district in litigation that would challenge legislation affecting the possible merger with the Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District.

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Foster withdraws as Camp Verde Marshal

Brian Armstrong to continue as commander until Town makes ‘plan to move forward’

The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office is again searching for a marshal.

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Cottonwood-Oak Creek schools offer 12-percent teacher salary increase

New dress code approved for Cottonwood Community Schools

The budget, which awaits a public hearing before its final approval in July, sounded off in the affirmative for Cottonwood-Oak Creek teachers in the form of a 12-percent salary increase.

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Foundation raises money for England Center improvements

Ken Zoll meets with Camp Verde School Board

CAMP VERDE – Following Tuesday’s 5 p.m. meeting at the Camp Verde Library, the Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts Foundation introduced itself to members of the Camp Verde Unified School District’s governing board.

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Camp Verde schools estimate 7.52-percent teacher salary increase

The Camp Verde Unified School District has a “disproportionate amount of teachers in grants,” according to business manager Steve Hicks.

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New Verde Valley Business: Memories I.T.

After spending what must have seemed like a lifetime in Tucson, the Piper family now calls Camp Verde home.

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Cottonwood-Oak Creek proposing 12-percent teacher salary increase

Based on Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District’s most updated proposed budget for fiscal year 2018-2019, last year’s teachers would be entitled to 12-percent pay increase this year, said David Snyder, the district’s business manager.

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