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City wants input on Brewer site

Last year the city of Sedona finalized the purchase of 3.5 acres on Brewer Road — the site of the old U.S. Forest Service Ranger Station. Now, it wants the public’s input as to how to proceed with it.

The city is hosting…

Spring Creek is home for endangered fish species

At only three inches long, the spikedace would seem to be of little importance yet the minnow is the focus of a concerted repopulation effort here in the Verde Valley.

On May 11, the Arizona Game and Fish Department and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service transferred 221 spikedace from the Aquatic Research Conservation Center in Page Springs to Spring Creek, near Sedona. With this one move, the organization hopes to expand the habitat of the endangered animal.…

ADOT outlines SR 260’s future

It was a packed house at the Cliff Castle Casino Hotel on May 20 as residents and local officials gathered for a presentation from the Arizona Department of Transportation about the planned widening of State Route 260 between Camp Verde and Cottonwood.

Many people were concerned over the plan to build seven roundabouts along the highway but ADOT officials stuck by the plan, citing safety.…

Uptown work begins June 15

Those driving through Uptown this summer may want to allow a little extra time when doing so.

Road work, which had been postponed for a year, will begin Monday, June 15, with a projected completion date for the major work on Friday, July 31.…

Film festival aims to Illuminate Sedona

The second annual Illuminate Film Festival, being held Wednesday through Sunday, May 27 through 31, will bring to screens 22 inspirational, thought-provoking films beginning with the Arizona premiere of the Emma Thompson-produced feature "Sold," based on Patricia McCormick’s bestselling novel, and closing with "The Pilgrim: Paulo Coehlo’s Best Story," a dramatic biopic depicting the rise of renowned Brazilian author Paulo Coelho, whose 25-year-old spiritual classic "The Alchemist" still remains on The New York Times bestseller list.…

Chief praises tower efforts

Last year's Slide Fire in Oak Creek Canyon was a prime example of the issue emergency personnel have when it comes to cellular communication. But that may soon change.
During the Wednesday, May 20, Sedona Fire District Governing Board meeting, Chief Kris Kazian praised the efforts of Pine Flats resident John Herman, who took it upon himself to do something about the cellular phone issues.…

Habitat opens first Sedona home

Thanks to her never-ever smile and the occasional tear, it was easy to tell how much the day meant to Shandra Ryan.

That's because on Tuesday, May 19, she and her three children became the owners of the first Habitat for Humanity-built home in Sedona.…

Christiansen loves family and running the distance

"About 10 years ago, I found that running, especially trail running, acted as an anti-depressant for me, and have never looked back, embracing all aspects of the sport," Angi Zollinger Christiansen said. "I love to run, just for the freeing effect of it, but I also love the thrill of the competition of running in races."…

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