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Marketer Forrester Scott breaks away from her roots

Alisha Forrester Scott has been in Sedona for about a year, and she’s still glad she decided to get out of Phoenix.

Forrester Scott did a little moving before getting to Sedona, but it was work that actually brought her here in the first place.…

Jessup sets up ‘The Rig’ for legendary band Chicago

Tim Jessup isn’t just blowing air when he talks about his work with the band named after the windy city — Chicago.

Jessup has created two recording studios for the classic rock band, known for songs such as “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?” One of them is a mobile studio, dubbed “The Rig.”…

Canyon preps for flooding

Coconino County officials know it’s not a matter of if but when severe flooding and mudslides will occur within Oak Creek Canyon.

On Thursday, July 3, representatives from the sheriff’s department, emergency management and public works met with the Sedona Red Rock News to discuss how the county is preparing for flooding in the canyon now that the monsoon is here.…

Fire bans lifted for Coconino County


Coconino County, in conjunction with the Coconino and Kaibab National Forests, will lift its fire restrictions at 8 a.m. Tuesday, July 8.
Ample monsoonal rainfall throughout Northern Arizona over the weekend has brought much needed moisture to tinder-dry forests and area landscapes.…
P&Z asks city for traffic study

It’s been nearly 20 years since Sedona has had a citywide traffic study conducted. The Planning and Zoning Commission is hoping that can soon change.

During a meeting Tuesday, July 1,  the commissioners discussed ways to improve vehicular and pedestrian traffic in and around Sedona.…

Gray ends nomadic life and raises ‘tribbles’

Bethany Gray is enjoying life with her cousin and dogs in the Verde Valley, and she’s keeping herself busy after work that took her across the country.

“I actually live in Cottonwood, and I have lived there off and on for about 10 or 12 years,” Gray said.…

Humane Society of Sedona loses contract with city

It may no longer be business as usual at the Humane Society of Sedona.

For many years, the Humane Society of Sedona has had a service contract with the city of Sedona to cover a percentage of the costs related to found or unwanted animals brought into the facility. As it stands now, that contract has been canceled.…

Lions Club raffle fights for sight

It might not be laser eye surgery but there will be a way for the public to help people see better at the city of Sedona’s Fourth of July laser show.

The Oak Creek Lions Club will be holding a Fight for Sight raffle to benefit area needy at the show Friday, July 4, from 6 to 10 p.m., at Sedona Red Rock High School Performing Arts Center.…

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