Below are five maps annotated with a list of ways to improve traffic flow in Sedona, all of which have been proposed over the decades by state officials, local leaders, property owners and residents.
The city of Sedona has made it official that Ray Cota is no longer the chief of police and that the search will soon begin for his replacement.
Come November, Arizona voters may have two opportunities to legalize the recreational use of marijuana — but as substance-abuse-reduction advocate and MATForce Executive Director Marilee Fowler revealed in a presentation, there is vocal opposition to either ballot initiatives.
While Sedona residents will be deciding which presidential candidate to vote for later this year, they will also be choosing candidates at both the state and local level.
According to City Clerk Susan Irvine, as of Tuesday, May 17, eight potential Sedona City Council candidates pulled packets but none had yet to return them.
The Yavapai College District Governing Board has unanimously approved its budget for fiscal year 2016-17.
During a special budget meeting May 10, the board approved a figure of $81 million, which marks a 2.7 percent — or $2.2 million — reduction from last year’s budget without raising the property tax levy. For the 2015-16 fiscal year, the YCD governing board approved a 2 percent property tax levy increase.
Big Park Community School is moving toward becoming an International Baccalaureate school, according to Debbie Jones, who takes over as BPCS principal next school year.
IB is a nonprofit educational foundation offering four programs that “develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills needed to live, learn and work in a rapidly globalizing world,” according to its website.