The Bugle

281 S. 3rd Street
P.O. Box 1979
Camp Verde, Arizona 86322
(928) 567-4101
(928) 567-3280 fax

About The Bugle

The Bugle is a three-times weekly zoned edition of The Verde Independent, covering the communities of Camp Verde, Lake Montezuma, Rimrock and McGuireville. The Bugle was named in recognition of the bugle calls still heard daily in Camp Verde from an old U.S. Cavalry outpost now known as Fort Verde State Historic Park. The newspaper is now in its 17th year of publication and is regarded as the primary news source for the Lower Verde region of the Verde Valley.

The flagship publication, the award-winning The Verde Independent, is now in its 64th year of publication, serving the Verde Valley region of north-central Arizona. The three-times weekly product is the primary news source for the Upper Verde region of the Verde Valley, covering the communities of Cottonwood, Clarkdale, Jerome, Verde Village, Cornville, Page Springs and Sedona.

Kudos, an enthusiastically received weekly publication, recognizes and applauds "The Good Life" of the Verde Valley - Sedona with a focus on upcoming leisure activities, entertainment, events, arts, music, people and enterprise. It shares an online counterpart - KudosAz.com.

Related Online Content

A Verde Valley Newspapers, Inc. publication

Verde Valley Newspapers, Inc. publishes The Verde Independent, as well as The Bugle, Kudos, The Ad-King, The Villager and The Smart Shopper.

Other Verde Valley Newspapers Online Publications

Key Personnel

General Operations

Pam Miller
Publisher/CEO (Ext. 6019)

 

Laure Thomson
Business Manager (Ext. 6015)

Editorial

Dan Engler
Editor (Ext. 6032)

 

Raquel Hendrickson
Bugle Managing Editor (Ext. 13)

Jon Hutchinson
Reporter (Ext. 6033)

Travis Guy
Sports Reporter (Ext. 6035)

Bill Helm
Bugle Staff Reporter (Ext. 14)

Vyto Starinskas
Photographer (Ext. 6031)

Graphics

Nancy James
Graphics Manager (Ext. 6022)

Circulation Information

  Total Distribution
Paid Circulation


Verde Independent/Bugle


3,973


3,584
    (home delivery, mail, rack and dealer sales)

  Total Distribution
Paid Circulation


Kudos


15,871


8,600
    (Direct-mailed to Sedona homes,
included in Verde Independent/Bugle
and racks)

Smart Shopper

A total market product that covers from Cottonwood to Camp Verde; every Tuesday we distribute 17,988 to non-subscribers inserted with grocery store ads and other flyers; and we also insert it into our newspaper. Total Circulation: 21,000

The Villager

The Villager is "The Voice of Big Park," serving an area more commonly known as the Village of Oak Creek (VOC), a bedroom community for Sedona, Arizona. The Villager is published monthly and inserted into Verde Valley Newspapers, Inc.'s flagship publucation, The Verde Independent. Articles from The Villager are also posted to the Independent's online publication, verdenews.com.

A direct URL to online Villager articles can be found here: TheVillagerAZ.com

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Verde Valley Newspapers, Inc.

116 South Main
Cottonwood, Arizona 86326

To subscribe to The Bugle by telephone, please call (928) 634-2241 or toll-free at 1-800-647-9565.

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Opening lands to renewable energy could make state a 'solar capital'

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Arizona could become the "solar capital of the world" if public lands can be made more readily available for renewable energy development, an Arizona official told a House subcommittee Tuesday.

Arizona official backs bill to streamline Western state land exchanges

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Arizona State Land Commissioner Vanessa Hickman told a congressional committee Tuesday that a bill to streamline public-land exchanges in Western states could make for more sensible and environmentally sensitive development.

To improve Camp Verde, where should the money come from?

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A tax on food. A tax on property. A sales tax increase. Capital Improvements Project fees. At Wednesday's work session, Town Manager Russ Martin will offer Town Council these four options to generate revenue for its list of Capital Improvements Projects.

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