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Camp Verde Marshal's Office receives DUI, speed enforcement grants
CAMP VERDE – The Camp Verde Marshal’s Office was recently awarded $14,000 in grants from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. The Marshal’s Office received a $10,000 Speed Enforcement grant and a $4,000 DUI Enforcement grant.
Police searching for suspect in Cottonwood music store burglary
COTTONWOOD -- Cottonwood police are searching for a suspect wanted for burglarizing Verde Valley Discount Music Store over the weekend. According to a Cottonwood police report, officers were dispatched Sunday afternoon to the music store located on the 1500 block of East State Route 89A and found th
Wickenburg hands Camp Verde boys basketball first defeat
Camp Verde High boys basketball’s shooting woes continued as they lost their first game of the season, on Friday night. The Cowboys (4-1) fell 52-40 to Wickenburg at home. “Well our energy was pretty good [Friday] night,” CV head coach Daniel Wall said. “I wasn’t disappointed about hard the kids pla
Yavapai County Mine Approved On Federal Line Despite Public Concern
A relatively small mine has been approved to start digging on federal land in Yavapai County. This comes after more than a year of studies and loud public opposition. There were more than 1,000 public comments against the mine. The nearby city of Prescott and the local volunteer fire departments opp
Coyote Springs Elementary recognized as Yavapai County’s healthiest school
On Nov. 19, Coyote Springs Elementary received recognition from the Yavapai Healthy Schools for being named the 2018 Yavapai Healthiest School. The Yavapai Healthy Schools coalition was created to empower teachers, staff and students in making healthy choices. Its mission is to support the developme
CV girls hoops downs Wickenburg to win second straight
Camp Verde High girls basketball won their second straight game by 15 points or more on Friday night, dispatching Wickenburg. The Cowboys (4-1) beat the Wranglers 45-28 at home.
Camp Verde looks to fill openings on Planning and Zoning, Adjustments and Appeals boards
CAMP VERDE – The Town of Camp Verde is looking to fill three positions on its Planning and Zoning Commission, and also to fill three positions on its Board of Adjustments and Appeals.
Missing Prescott Valley woman being sought
A Prescott Valley woman named Debra Dehart has been reported missing, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS). Dehart, who suffers from Dementia, left her home around 8 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9, in her silver 2019 four door Kia and hasn't returned home, DPS reported. The car has a temp
New Yavapai County Chairman and Vice Chairman
Randy Garrison Voted to the Chairman of the Board for 2019, Supervisor Craig Brown Voted The New Vice Chairman. Text-To-Speech Audio Player made possible by Homestead Luxury Apartments of Prescott Valley.
Amended fees ease short-term rentals in Camp Verde
In the past year, the Camp Verde Town Council has taken numerous actions to fulfill the requirements of Senate Bill 1350, passed by the Arizona State Legislature in 2016, prohibiting municipalities from banning short-term vacation rentals by homeowners, through services like Vacation Rental By Owner
Stay at the Verde Valley’s newest RV Resort – just not forever
A small RV Resort has opened up in Clarkdale with views of the Tuzigoot National Monument and Sedona Red Rocks. Owner Gary Clouston said business has been good for the four months this RV resort has been open. Clouston and his wife, Linda, live at the resort, and act as “innkeepers.”
Cottonwood approves outdoor entertainment ordinance
COTTONWOOD – Music lovers and venue owners can rejoice. Tuesday, Cottonwood City Council approved the second reading of Ordinance 653, which would allow outdoor entertainment within the city’s arts, culture and entertainment district.
100 bicycles for children in need
COTTONWOOD – Christmas is a time for giving and receiving. For Ken Wood, it’s an opportunity to gift out 100 bicycles to children in need. Wood, owner of A-1 Supreme Moving in Cottonwood, is encouraging youngsters ages 2-18 who don’t have a bicycle to write him at Santa’s Bicycle Workshop.
A warning to local fentanyl poison pushers
Last week the Courier ran another front page story reporting the arrests of more alleged local fentan yl drug dealers in our community. The ongoing front page stories are part of our #StopFentanylNow campaign in cooperation with Partners Against Narcotics Trafficking taskforce (PANT) and Yavapai Sil
Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Provides Monies for Traffic Safety in Yavapai County
The award includes- $32,270.00 for DUI Enforcement which includes $30,000 to pay overtime for DUI Enforcement Details and $2,270 for five additional portable breath testing devices.
Undefeated Camp Verde boys hoops tops Chino Valley
Camp Verde High boys basketball rallied to beat Chino Valley at home and maintain their perfect start. The Cowboys (4-0) beat the Cougars 62-43 on Wednesday night, despite a cold second quarter where they only scored two points.
Defense Shines, Offense Struggles In Third Straight NAZ Suns Loss
Former NAZ Suns Head Coach Ty Ellis Wins In Return to Prescott Valley Event Center with New Team. Text-To-Speech Audio Player made possible by Homestead Luxury Apartments of Prescott Valley.
Calendar of Events: Dec. 8 - 13
The Cookie Walk and Heavenly Fudge Sale, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Social Hall of All Saints Anglican Church, 1806 Savage Lane, Prescott. Upon entering, you will be given a pair of disposable gloves and walk down a long aisle with tables featuring a large variety of cookies baked by the Ladies' Guild. http:
Cottonwood waives water capacity fees on Mesquite Hills project
COTTONWOOD – Cottonwood City Council waived water capacity fees for the Mesquite Hills Subdivision during Tuesday’s regular council meeting. The subdivision, which was initially proposed to be built in three phases, is still in Phase 1. Phase 1 is being split into three units, according to staff doc
23 Children Adopted on Adoption Day in Yavapai County
Text-To-Speech Audio Player made possible by Homestead Luxury Apartments of Prescott Valley. Being held up by his adoptive father, Dylan, 3, joined his adoptive parents and raised his right hand to officially become a member of the Skaggs family on Friday, November 30th, 2018.