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Women awarded for military duty

Friends and longtime Sedona residents Terrie Frankel and Col. Judith Patton have both received awards from two different organizations, coincidentally on the same day.

On Saturday, Aug. 9, Frankel — known as one of the early Doublemint Twins with her sister Jennie in the 1960s…

Police demonstrate for residents

Despite being protected from head to toe, Chris Green said his adrenalin was still pumping as if it were a real-life scenario.

Green, an officer with the Sedona Police Department, was part of a K-9 demonstration during National Night Out, held Saturday, Aug. 9 at Posse Grounds Park.…

Funds sought for viewing platform at wetlands preserve

Bird watching may soon be a little easier at the Sedona Wetlands Preserve.

Thanks to a grant from the Arizona Game and Fish Department, the city of Sedona and the Northern Arizona Audubon Society have secured partial funding for a new viewing platform at the preserve.…

Kliewer’s Sedona statue turns 20

Susan Kliewer said it doesn’t feel like it but it has been 20 years since the unveiling of the Sedona Miller Schnebly bronze statue that stands in front of Sedona Public Library.

She remembers how the ceremony went.…

Sedona art museum creates a current artists database

Step by step, the Sedona Art Museum is closing in on being a reality.

John Warren Oakes, president of the museum and an artist himself, has created a database that he hopes will provide a complete database for Verde Valley visual artists.…

Officials shoot down laser show

What started out as a possible signature holiday event quickly received backlash from some in the community as well as concerns regarding a recent city designation.

On July 23, those in Uptown saw something new as members of several organizations, the Sedona Chamber of Commerce and officials from the city of Sedona witnessed a brief holiday-themed laser show demonstration on Camel Head Rock.…

Candidates paint a picture of arts

A full house at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre on Thursday, July 31, listened to candidates for Sedona Mayor and City Council talk about their knowledge, values and vision in regard to the arts.

As an icebreaker, they were asked about their personal or professional experience with any art discipline or institution.…

City urged to fund traffic study

Just about everyone — from residents to visitors — agrees that Sedona has a serious problem when it comes to traffic. But the $64,000 question is, what can be done?

During the Thursday, July 31, Sedona Planning and Zoning meeting, the commissioners unanimously approved making a request for the Sedona City Council sign off on a city-wide traffic study to be conducted in the next fiscal year. Studies have been done over the years but the most recent one was completed in 1996.…

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