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City, KSB write dark-sky policy

In early August, Sedona became just the world’s eighth dark-sky community as designated by the International Dark-Sky Association.
As a way to ensure that distinction, the city has created a memorandum of understanding identifying and outlining the responsibilities of Keep Sedona Beautiful — which spearheaded…

Food Neighbors collect for needy

Drivers were lined up in the ReMax parking lot in front of Safeway in West Sedona on Saturday, Oct. 11, to help out their neighbors.

The Yavapai Food Neighbors project, part of the Yavapai Food Council, had an assembly-line donor drive to assist local food banks during the late morning.…

Candidate Rio Robson’s business under fire by city

Sedona officials issued a notice of violation Oct. 8 against Rio Robson’s family business, Son Silver West Gallery, two days before he withdrew as a candidate for Sedona City Council. Robson did not return a phone message by press time, so it’s unknown whether the city’s action prompted his decision.…

Lee shares thoughts on new ‘Change’ film

Ilchi Lee hosted a premiere of his new movie, “Change: The Brain and Divinity,” on Oct. 9.

Lee’s first book centered around Benjamin Franklin and the work he did.…

Rio Robson quits election

Citing dirty politics as one of the reasons, Sedona City Council candidate Rio Robson has pulled out of the race.

In a letter hand-delivered on Friday, Oct. 10, to the Sedona Red Rock News, Robson wrote that in the past several months there has been a long list of incidents that have included “aggressive, vindictive and hateful bulling [sic]” against him, his family and their business — Son Silver West Gallery.…

Adams reflects on last 9 years

After nine years on the Sedona City Council — six of which as mayor — he will soon hang up his gavel and go from being Mayor Adams to simply Rob.

But he’s OK with that.…

Archaeology breaks new ground

Their mission is simple — to preserve the sites, artifacts and stories of the prehistoric people who made the Sedona/Verde Valley area their home.

The Verde Valley Archaeology Center, which is based in Camp Verde, provides leadership to the regional community on the critical issues of understanding and preserving the rich cultural heritage of the area.…

Breaking: Robson drops out of council race

Rio Robson handed a letter stating he would no longer pursue candidacy for a seat on Sedona City Council to the Sedona Red Rock News on Friday, Oct. 10.

Robson cited "aggresive, vindictive, hateful bullying actions" for his decision.…

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