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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…

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.…

Focus turns to ‘Western Gateway’

More than 70 people turned out to give input and hear proposed plans by the city for an area deemed the “Western Gateway” of Sedona.

The meeting, held Wednesday, July 2, at Yavapai College, was one of many community listening sessions the city plans to hold over the next several months to garner public input on what it would like to see within its community focus areas.…

Burn area prepped for monsoon

Even though the Slide Fire has been out for several weeks, authorities are now preparing for what’s next.

The Burned Area Emergency Response team has been busy creating treatment efforts in preparation for the monsoon.…

Services save snakes and speckled dace

A group of ecologists are trying to keep the narrow-headed garter snake population numbers from reaching their number of appendages.

Erika Nowak, assistant research professor at Northern Arizona University, has been conducting a survey and capture mission for the snakes and one of their main food sources, the speckled dace, a native fish.…

Missoula Children's Theatre 'Rapunzel' gallery

Children of all ages took part in Missoula Children's Theatre production of "Rapunzel." The play was held on Saturday, June 28, at Verde Valley School.

Included in this family-friendly version of the Grimm fairy tale are characters from other tales and originals, including the Three Bears. The theatre troupe travels from town to town, speading the joy of acting to local children as they learn and act out popular stories.


Vargo gears up for 9th GumptionFest

The road to creating the most eclectic event in Sedona can be a long one, but it’s one worth taking for Jason Vargo.

Vargo is the organizer for GumptionFest. Now in its ninth year, GumptionFest combines art and performances from across the creative spectrum, from sculpture to painting, poetry to plays.…

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