Sedona Red Rock High School’s track and field team hosted its final meet of the season, the Sedona Invitational, on April 18 before heading to the Valley Christian Invitational on Saturday, April 22.
At Sedona, junior pole vaulter Julia Koss and sophomore pole vaulter Forrest Hartley reached new heights.
Two teenagers are killed just as they are ready to embark on the next chapter of their lives, while a third will have to live with the guilt of their deaths the rest of his life.
That was the scenario during the second phase of the Every 15 Minutes program on Friday, April 21, at Sedona Red Rock High School. The previous day was the mock accident in which senior Chas Rescigno was arrested for driving under the influence.
The crash claimed the lives of two of his classmates, Walker Cox and Xan Hawes.
Sedona Red Rock High School’s eighth-ranked golf team played a pair of Division III Section V matches last week.
The Scorpions [14-3] started April 17 against Camp Verde High School at Verde Santa Fe Golf Course.
It’s a phone call every parent fears and one Lisa and Steven Cox never expected to get.
“I thought it was extremely difficult because it just seemed too real,” Lisa Cox said. “It’s every parent’s worst nightmare. So even getting the phone call from Officer [Jackie] McQuaid, I knew it was just a program but it still really hit home.
“I told Steven on the drive here that I can’t breathe — I was too emotional.”
Sedona Red Rock Junior High School’s baseball team picked up wins over two teams to which it had previously lost en route to the Verde Valley Athletic Association championship on Saturday, April 22.
The championship game, played at Sedona Red Rock High School, saw a back-and-forth matchup between the Scorpions and Camp Verde Middle School, who was undefeated on the season.
Like other issues such as traffic and tourism, talk about the lack of affordable housing in Sedona is not a new one. In fact, there was even a city commission dedicated to the topic.
The city of Sedona is now once again looking into what options it has in terms of trying to solve this issue — or crisis as some have called it.
The Governing Board of the Sedona Fire District unanimously approved an updated fire code — the first one in more than a decade.
According to a report, in 2005, SFD adopted the 2003 International Fire Code with local amendments. At that time fees for plan reviews and permits were adopted as well. In the intervening years, there have been many changes to the fire code. Additionally, fees for plan reviews and permits have remained unchanged.