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Crash on 89A stops southbound traffic entering Cottonwood

A major accident just past Rocking Chair Ranch Road at State Route 89A halted southbound traffic entering Cottonwood for several hours Wednesday afternoon.

Drivers were diverted to the Mingus Avenue Extention, Cornville Road and State Route 260 to circumnavigate the crash area.…

City website to get a face-lift

As technology continues to advance, there are more and more ways for people to access the Internet. Because of that, businesses and municipalities are forced to keep up with ever-changing trends and demands.

One of the Sedona City Council's priorities this year was to update the city's website - - to make it more user-friendly. It's been five years since the website has received a complete face-lift.…

Study ranks Arizona as one of the worst states for teachers

According to a WalletHub, an online personal finance information clearinghouse, Arizona is once again appraised as one of the worst states for teachers.

"Our low ranking is a choice," stated Progress Now Arizona Executive Director Julie Erfle.…

District aims to drop SPAC fee

An amphitheater that has lain fallow for 10 years stands only an intersection away from the struggling Sedona Performing Arts Center - a venue that currently is dark for more than 250 days each year - but Sedona-Oak Creek School District Superintendent David Lykins is working hard to make comparisons between the two structures impossible.…

Love for Arizona drives campaign

It's understood that Chip Davis' roots in Yavapai County run deep - his ranching family has been here for nearly 140 years.

And the strength of his connection to the community is evidenced in part by the dozens of plaques that fill the walls of his office, from the reception area to his inner sanctum - tokens of appreciation from the many groups he has worked with over his two decades as Yavapai County supervisor.…

Rotary Club’s Oktoberfest draws 900 to new venue

Motivational speaker Tony Robbins once said, "By changing nothing, nothing changes."

This year, the Rotary Club of Sedona Red Rocks changed the venue for its third annual Oktoberfest from Los Abrigados to Posse Grounds Park. It's not known if the change impacted attendance on Saturday, Oct. 3, but for the hundreds who did turn out, it was fun, food and frauleins.…

Realty Executives moves onto SR 89A

Realty Executives Northern Arizona recently moved its office in Sedona to 1165 W. SR 89A. The location has easier access to State Route 89A and has numerous parking spaces.

"We're very excited about this move. It offers more visibility and convenience for our clients and staff," said Philip Tatum, Associate Broker and Area Manager for Realty Executives Northern Arizona.…

Clean and sober with the help of neighbors

Seated in the office of Uptown's Wayside Bible Chapel, secretary Karen Coll recalled two events that seem straight out of classic literature or film.

Ten years ago, she stepped out of her and her boyfriend's trailer in Hawkeye Red Rock RV Park, looked into the sky and said, "I need a success story."…

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