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Clarkdale budget changes: by the numbers

The Town of Clarkdale will be holding the first open session of the 2018-2019 budget process on April 23 at 9 a.m.

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Jerome General Plan past, present & future

Jerome has operated under a general plan established in 1981. Arizona law requires that a municipality’s general plan be updated every 10 years – putting Jerome 27 years behind schedule.

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Cottonwood man arrested while on supervised release

COTTONWOOD – Sunday night, the Cottonwood Police Department arrested a man in the Suzy Q Parking Lot for aggravated DUI, prohibited possessor, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Fire restrictions go into effect this weekend

COTTONWOOD – Strong winds, low humidity and drought: fires in the southwest desert now have the potential to spread swiftly, according to the U.S. National Weather Service.

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Camp Verde, Yavapai-Apache Nation to co-host Earth Day event

The Town of Camp Verde and the Yavapai-Apache Nation are co-hosting a community Earth Day event April 21.

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Clarkdale Council April Roundup

During a visit to Patagonia Lake, Mayor Doug Von Gausig noticed the picnic tables were being replaced. After noticing the old tables seemed to be in good condition, Von Gausig inquired as to what was being done with them. Patagonia Park decided the Town of Clarkdale could have the benches.

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Cottonwood teachers, faculty walk in support of Red for Ed

Cottonwood Elementary School faculty donned red shirts and held signs as they stood on the sidewalk Wednesday morning in participation of the Red for Ed walk-in. The movement is now a state-wide demand in support of Arizona schools.

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Adam-12 Code Five: Police dispatch is your lifeline to emergency help

COTTONWOOD – It was around 8 in the morning when the Cottonwood Communications Center received a call from a local woman.

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John McTurk new executive director at Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters

John McTurk, previously fund development and communications director at Verde Valley Habitat for Humanity, has stepped into a new position as executive director at Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters in the Verde Valley.

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Arizona Secretary of State to promote Yavapai College viticulture program at State Capitol

Wednesday, Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan will purchase a case of wine made by the Yavapai College viticulture program in Clarkdale and bring it back to the Arizona Capitol Museum Store for sale.

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