Week three of the Sedona Adult Summer Softball League, played on Thursday, June 15, saw the two remaining undefeated teams left in the league face off with first place up for grabs.
A Day in the West [4-0] maintained its undefeated record after it doubled up on Red Rocks Rotary [3-1] 16-8. Other results forced Rotary out of second place, and changes came in the standings all the way down to sixth place.
Hey, what’s your sign?
Well, if it’s in Sedona, it best meet height, size, color and style regulations in order for it to be legal. But what it takes to meet those standards is in the process of being revised.
With temperatures surpassing triple digits around the Verde Valley, walking outside at times feels nothing short of walking into an oven.
There is no better way to give a break to air conditioners, not to mention to wallets by saving a bit on the energy bill, than by going to one of the most popular swimming holes at Oak Creek Canyon: Midgley Bridge.
As temperatures hit record highs this week, experts are warning people to take proper steps to not only stay healthy but to save a few dollars along the way.
In the Verde Valley, the thermometer peaked at nearly 110 degrees over the weekend, despite it still being June.
According to the Yavapai County Community Health Services, as much as Arizona residents seem to treat the heat as no big deal or at worst a mild annoyance, it’s actually a serious health risk.
When the call came across to fire and police personnel, it said a hot air balloon, vehicle and tree were on fire.
All ended up being true just before 9 a.m. on Tuesday, June 20, but not as serious as what first responders expected.
Building a new home in unincorporated Yavapai County comes with a cost many aren’t aware of when they begin planning: A geotechnical engineering report.
The report is mandated by Yavapai County and can range from around $1,000 to $3,000. Factors such as site topography, travel distance and more affect the cost. Wait time for results to be returned also varies, but can be six weeks, depending on demand.
A young Sedona Red Rock High School football team traveled down State Route 89A to Mingus Union High School for a set of four 7-on-7 passing league games, all against teams from higher conferences, on Wednesday, June 14.
Throughout the afternoon the group’s main goal was to focus on installing its defense, continue working on its offense, and just as importantly, developing team cohesion.