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Author travels to all 7 continents

It took three decades, but Mimi Harrington Carlson has successfully visited all seven continents and now has a book out to inspire young readers to be adventurous.

“It was my goal to go to every continent, and it took me 30 years, and that’s the…

Residents OK’d to return

Even before Oak Creek Canyon residents and business owners returned to their properties Thursday, May 29, U.S. Forest Service officials had begun assessing damage caused by the Slide Fire and will
focus on reopening recreation areas.…

SR 89A improvement project  resumes in Oak Creek Canyon

As the battle against the Slide Fire in Oak Creek Canyon winds down, the ongoing highway-improvement project along the switchbacks section of State Route 89A will resume this weekend, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.…

Residents displaced by Slide Fire can return to homes today

Residents and business owners in Oak Creek Canyon will be allowed to return to their properties today at 1 p.m., as the Slide Fire -- the biggest blaze in the history of Coconino National Forest -- becomes little more than embers.


Slide Fire officials host public meeting Wednesday, May 28

Coconino County will hold a community meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 28, at Sedona Red Rock High School in Sedona to discuss procedures for residents and business owners to re-enter their properties in Oak Creek Canyon.

Sedona Red Rock High School is located at 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road in Sedona.…

Slide Fire burns 20,328 acres, containment 35%

The Slide Fire has now burned 20,328 acres north of Sedona. The fire is 35 percent contained

During Memorial Day fire crews burned out along the Woody Mountain Road, completing the final perimeter burnout around the fire. Over the course of the fire, fire personnel constructed approximately 40 miles of line to form a containment perimeter around the fire. Work was also completed in the removal of hazard trees along Highway 89A. These trees were damaged by the fire and deemed a safety risk to travelers.…

10,609-acre Slide Fire north of Sedona expands west

The Slide Fire is approximately 10,609 acres.

The weather conditions in the area of the Slide Fire remained fairly stagnant this morning. The failure of the air inversion to lift has grounded observation aircraft and prohibited the use of helicopters for aerial ignition. Line crews will continue to burnout by hand the area between the West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon and Forest Road 535.…

Slide Fire north of Sedona spreads to 10,609 acres

Slide Fire has spread to 10,609 acres. Fire officials said at a public meeting yesterday at the Sedona Performing Arts Center that the fire could reach 20,000 acres.

On the line: Approximately 975 personnel including 36 crews, 46 engines, three air tankers, nine helicopters, two air attack planes and other resources.…

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