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Congratulations to our first two winners of Ringo Starr concert tix: Kathleen Newman and Andrew Graves! You have through the weekend to register to win! myradioplace.com/ringo/Findlay Toyota Center ... See MoreSee Less
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The Verde River in Camp Verde area is at extreme high levels, please heed the warnings and evacuations. ... See MoreSee Less
Yavapai Broadcasting will be at today's job fair on the Prescott Campus of Yavapai College. 1600 open positions from 80 different businesses. Dress your best and head for the gymnasium from 3:30-6:00pm to learn more.www.yc.edu/v6/news/2022/03/jobfair.html ... See MoreSee Less
CAMP VERDE EVACUATIONS ALONG LOW LYING AREAS NEAR THE VERDE RIVER, BEAVER CREEK, AND WEST CLEAR CREEK (March 22, 2023, 3:00 PM) The Town of Camp Verde has evacuated residents in low-lying areas along the Verde River, Beaver Creek and West Clear Creek due to active and predicted flooding in those areas. All residents in low lying areas near creeks and rivers should monitor water levels and take action to evacuate the area if water rises. Continue to monitor alerts from the National Weather Service and your local Public Safety Agencies. Be cautious, leave early.An American Red Cross evacuation shelter is open at the Camp Verde Town Gym, 395 S. Main Street in Camp Verde. Additionally, Animal Disaster Services for small, domestic animals is also available at this location. If you need livestock evacuation locations, call 928-442-5103.Be advised that there are numerous road closures in these low-lying areas. We are having issues with citizens moving and driving around barricades, and parking in roads to watch the flooding. These actions impede our emergency response and can prevent us from assisting citizens in thee flooded areas. Please help us help you! Do not move barricades, and do not cross flooded areas. For your safety and that of your neighbors, when parking on or near roads, make sure your vehicles are completely out of the travel lanes.Current flows on West Clear Creek and Beaver Creek in Camp Verde are as high or higher than they were during last week’s flood, and are expected to begin to subside overnight. Projections show that peak flows on the Camp Verde sections of the Verde River have not occurred yet, but are expected late this afternoon and into the early evening. The Verde River is projected to peak several feet higher than last week’s flood.These are active flooding situations, and they continue to evolve.If you have an emergency, call 911. For general flood or evacuation information call the Yavapai County Emergency Management Call Center at 928-442-5103. ... See MoreSee Less
Cornville Road is closed at Windmill Park due to Oak Creek overflow. Please heed the following Set notice...**UPDATE**03/23/23 ATTENTION: CORNVILLE RESIDENTS IN LOW-LYING AREAS ALONG OAK CREEK-The previous warning messages are no longer in effect for your area. The water is receding. Please pay attention to any alerts that you may receive from the National Weather Service or from your local Public Safety Agencies.As you return, be cautious about any damage, standing water, or flooding surrounding your area-see photo attached for assistance.If you have an emergency call 911 or you can call the Emergency Management phone bank at 928-442-5103 for any further Flooding or Evacuation questions.ATTENTION CORNVILLE RESIDENTS AT LOW ELEVATIONS ALONG OAK CREEK INCLUDING LO LO MAI, SUNRISE RV RESORT AND LOW-LYING HOUSES IN LOWER OAK CREEK ESTATES: This is a SET Message from the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office. There is flooding in your area. Consider evacuating to higher ground now. Cornville Road is closed at Windmill Park due to flooding. Do not cross flooded areas. Turn around, don't drown. Continue monitoring alerts from the NWS and your local public safety agencies. An emergency evacuation shelter has been set up at 395 S Main St, Camp Verde. If you have an emergency call 911 or if you have general flood or evacuation questions call 928-442-5103 ... See MoreSee Less