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Residents invited to show at Sedona Art Center gallery

Those wondering what it is like having artwork in a gallery will soon have the opportunity to find out.

The Sedona Arts Center is inviting the public to submit art to be displayed in its Fine Art Gallery. The center holds submissions twice a year,…

Healthy slice of SCC funds eaten by food

Perhaps the Sedona Community Center should change its name to the “Community Culinary Center.”

It wouldn’t be much of a stretch given that much of the SCC’s spending supports its food programs, according to its most recent tax filing.…

State Route 89A closes to one lane for repairs

The Arizona Department of Transportation will close one lane of State Route 89A through the switchbacks at milepost 389 from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, July 14, to complete repairs to roadway damage caused by recent weather events.…

Hall helps kids create faux creature fiction

The Sedona Public Library’s 2014 summer reading program continues through the month of July, and on Tuesday, July 8, children’s author Matthew Henry Hall welcomed children to a writing workshop for kids.
Hall, author of “Phoebe and Chub,” said that the event was his first attempt at such a program, and admitted that he was slightly nervous about what to expect.…

4 legislative candidates spar over Common Core

Education was the popular topic among four candidates for Arizona Legislative District 6, with Common Core the most divisive issue at a forum in Clarkdale on Wednesday, July 9.

Saying he has concerns about the structure of the national educational initiative, Bob Thorpe said teachers have told him that it will stifle creativity and freedom in the classroom.…

Bowell grew up as Royal Air Force battled Luftwaffe

Village of Oak Creek resident Betty Bowell lived through the threat of bombings during World War II in England, and only recently decided to share her story.

Spurred on by a visit to her granddaughter’s fourth-grade class, Bowell began writing down her recollection of the experience so that the children would have some insight, and Bowell said that now she wants to share it before it’s too late for her.…

Slide Fire photo exhibit opens

Thousands of photographs were taken of the recent 21,227-acre Slide Fire by professionals and amateurs as well as by residents and visitors.

Some images were taken during the fire itself and the smoke in and around Sedona while many more have been taken in its aftermath.…

Smith seeks top office in Arizona

Scott Smith knows his pockets may not be as deep as some of his fellow candidates for governor but he’s not worried.

“They may have better bank accounts but we have a better message,” he said during a stop in Sedona on Wednesday, July 9.…

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