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Big Brothers, Sisters seek mentors

Those involved will say it’s one of the most rewarding things you’ll do in your life. Now, Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking for more people to share that experience.

On Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 1 and 2, from 4:30 to 8 p.m., Tlaquepaque…

1,000 turn out for Oktoberfest

More than 1,000 people turned out to help transform a small part of Sedona into a bit of Germany — even if for just a few hours.

Rotary Club of Sedona Red Rocks’ second annual Oktoberfest on Saturday, Oct. 25, drew brewers and guests from around the state to Los Abrigados for an event filled with authentic food, beer, games, music and attire.…

Moon takes bite out of the sun

Arizona witness to partial solar eclipse lasting over 2 hours

Sometimes things just line up.

The Astronomers of the Verde Valley hosted a viewing party at club president J.D. Maddy’s Clarkdale home to watch a partial solar eclipse in the afternoon of Thursday, Oct. 23.…

Apartments rezoned in condo conversion

Those looking to buy an affordable condo — at least affordable by Sedona standards — may soon be in luck.

On Tuesday, Oct. 22, the Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission approved a request to turn a 12-unit apartment complex into condominiums, with each carrying a price tag of under $200,000.…

County nixes all six nominees to airport board

The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors on Monday, Oct. 20, rejected all six nominees to fill two vacancies on the Sedona Airport Board of Directors, citing concern about how airport officials chose the candidates.

“During the discussion, there was real concern over the issue of process — at least two applications were submitted after the deadline the airport authority had set for applications,” County Administrator Phil Bourdon said.…

Winkelstern devotes more time to craft

Delores Winkelstern creates jewelry. She said her passion has always been art but it wasn’t until coming to Sedona 13 years ago that she began to follow it.

Winkelstern is originally from Houston. She said she had a similar experience as many who move to the city, first coming as a regular visitor and falling in love with the scenery. Her in-laws live in Prescott, which made visiting the area easier.…

Feds ease pressure on Cottonwood officials

When it comes to the Cottonwood Municipal Airport, a deadline isn’t necessarily dead. It can be a living thing, ever moving, growing, changing.

After the Federal Aviation Administration notified airport manager Morgan Scott in May of a laundry list of violations at the facility, the agency set a deadline of July 15 for the city to submit a written plan to remedy the situation. City officials were then granted an extension to Sept. 19. That date came and went without a plan being submitted.…

OLLI debates climate change

Picture a puzzle of a tiger ready to pounce. Some of the puzzle pieces are missing and some have been jammed into the wrong place. If that tiger was real, and even if all that could be seen of it was that distorted, though obvious in shape, would it be enough to keep someone from going further?…

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