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In all the U.S., few places present the challenges and scenery that Sedona’s mountain bike trail system offers.

That’s something Craig Bierly can speak to, having ridden 49 states since he uprooted himself from his Spokane, Wash., home in 2008.…

Sedona chess masters put eighth place in checkmate

Sedona Charter School’s chess club competed in the Arizona State Scholastic Chess Championships at Flagstaff High School on Saturday and Sunday, April 12 and 13, placing eighth in the state in the grade 7-9 division.…

Simson helps feed fellow students

Sedona Red Rock High School now has a food pantry in the works, and it’s thanks to the dedication of its own students.

Students Kai Simson and Lily Davis have teamed up with the Yavapai Food Council to create the pantry…

County ruling spurs one thriving biz to pack it in

The Worm has turned for Michael Eich, a business owner in the Village of Oak Creek.

He is shutting down his short-lived, but successful, U-Haul rental business after Yavapai County found that it violated zoning laws.…

Water company meets deadline

After nearly seven years of not meeting federal drinking water standards, a small, family-owned water company is now in compliance.

The Pine Valley Water Company, which serves 175 customers north of the Village of Oak Creek, is operating with a new arsenic treatment system as of April 9.…

Students earn top spots at regionals

Sedona Red Rock High School music teacher Courtney Yeates continues to build a growing orchestra program at the school, and once again her students are making a name for themselves at the regional and state level.…

Walkers battle human trafficking

Sedona residents seeking to make a change in the world are coming together on Saturday, April 12, for “Walking Free,” a fundraising event created to promote public awareness about human trafficking.

Co-organizer Linda Busuttil said that she was made aware of the effects of human trafficking when she volunteered overseas.…

Planting festival sprouts across city

The Gardens for Humanity Spring Planting Festival is taking a different approach this year, with the traditional all-encompassing event taking the form of several smaller events in April and May, with workshops from the Greening Harmony project taking center stage.…

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