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Silverman shuffles shots and psychiatry

Jared Silverman has lived on and off in Sedona for a number of years, and in that time he has furthered his own education while traveling to Scotland.

“I did a master’s program there in the history and philosophy of psychiatry,” Silverman said. “I actually…

City approves new park design

Sedona City Council approved a new design for the outdoor performance venue at Barbara Antonsen Memorial Park, nearly two years after the project was suspended when a dome collapsed during construction.

Council voted 5-1 for the design submitted by the Phoenix firm of Westlake Reed Leskosky. Councilman John Martinez voted against it and Mayor Rob Adams was absent from the meeting on Wednesday, June 25.…

Dickey named top employee

For Andy Dickey, it’s never good enough for government work.

On June 20, the city of Sedona Employee of Year award was presented to Dickey, assistant city engineer and assistant public works director, as part of the employee recognition event held at City Hall.  …

Monsoon rains threaten canyon

Federal and local officials speaking at a community meeting Thursday, June 19, all but guaranteed that lives and property will be at risk from flash floods, rock falls and mudslides when monsoon rains hit thousands of acres burned in the Slide Fire.…

Public helps fill sandbags

Like the Boy Scouts, the city of Sedona has adopted the motto of “Be Prepared.”

The city takes several different steps each year to prepare for the approach of monsoon rains, which bring potential for flooding.…

City Council candidates meet voters at first forum

Within the next six months, the Sedona City Council will see four new faces as eight council and two mayoral candidates vie for those open seats.

Council members Barbara Litrell, Mike Ward and Dan McIlroy, as well as Mayor Rob Adams, have all chosen not to seek reelection.…

Sedona Fire District tests siren

In preparation for the upcoming monsoon season the Sedona Fire District and Coconino County will test the emergency siren system at approximately 2 p.m. Thursday, June 26.

This system is designed to notify Oak Creek Canyon and Uptown residents of severe emergencies that require evacuation. This test serves two purposes:  SFD is assured that the system is working well and will be available when needed; and  residents, businesses and visitors become aware of what to expect in an actual emergency.…

Bayou delicacy invasive to Arizona’s creeks

Some people call them crawdads, others might know them as crayfish, but whatever you call them, crawfish have become a problem in Arizona’s freshwater streams and lakes.…

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