In life there are good surprises as well as bad ones. In the case of Warren Campbell, the surprise he received was definitely a good one.
Campbell, the city’s assistant community development director, was named employee of the year during an event on May 18.
As the city of Sedona enters the final stretch of its $250,000 transportation master plan, City Council has received numerous options of ways to potentially reduce vehicular traffic. But at the Tuesday, May 23, meeting the traffic discussed was of a different sort.
Wyatt Ross earned another honor for his strong junior year on the baseball diamond.
Arizona State Parks and Trails is requesting your help.
Parks officials will be on hand for an open house from 4:30 to 6 p.m. on Friday, May 26, at Twin Cypress ramada at Red Rock State Park. The public is invited to provide comments and suggestions on park improvements that include an outdoor classroom and relocation of maintenance facilities.
Not having a job can be one of the most stressful problems for any adult.
But according to Dave Meyers at the Job Connection inside of Goodwill in Sedona, it’s an employee’s market.
Meyers and the rest of the staff at the employment services center have a goal to end unemployment. Though that may not ever truly happen, they have a goal of placing 45,000 people in jobs this year in five counties in Arizona, including in Sedona as well as the Phoenix area.
Tom Miller, Sedona Red Rock High School athletic director, committed to an additional role with Scorpions athletics, that of being head football coach. Commitment is key, the operative word when talking with him about taking the team upward.
With more than 40 years of experience coaching from the high school to NCAA Division I levels under his belt, Miller brings a wealth of knowledge to the team.
Traveling on SR 89A through Oak Creek Canyon provides nice scenery and even a lesser-known spot or two to grab a bite to eat.
But amongst the trees and winding pavement are some swimming holes that attract day-trippers and long-distance visitors alike.