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Picture a puzzle of a tiger ready to pounce. Some of the puzzle pieces are missing and some have been jammed into the wrong place. If that tiger was real, and even if all that could be seen of it was that distorted, though obvious…

Shelby Drive closure set


Beginning on Monday, Oct. 27,  through Friday, Oct. 31, Eagle Mountain Construction will begin repaving a section of Shelby Drive.

This work will include asphalt removal, subgrade preparation, and repaving a section of Shelby Drive from south of the Sedona Recycles to west of Finley Drive.…

Historic Dr. Williamson House may become B&B

It’s been simply known as the Dr. Williamson House for years and is even listed as a Sedona historic landmark. But soon, it may have another distinction.

Debra Beck, the owner of the home, has submitted an application to use the house, located on Smith Road in Uptown, as a bed and breakfast.…

Carnival raises funds for school

It’s probably the only place where people can have fun in jail.

West Sedona School is getting ready for its largest fundraiser of the year, the annual Wildcat Carnival, which will be held at the school campus on Saturday, Oct. 25, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event is geared to be fun for all ages.…

City may allow alcohol at parks

The city of Sedona has a strict policy when it comes no alcohol consumption on city property, including its parks. However, that could change but with specific restrictions.

The topic will be up for discussion during the Sedona City Council’s Tuesday, Oct. 28 meeting, which begins at 4:30 p.m.…

Collins’ group helps disabled

Rachel Collins has created a support group for people with disabilities called the Northern Arizona Disability Support Group, which will have its first meeting at the Sedona Community Center on Saturday, Nov. 8, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The group’s start coincides with National Disability and Rehabilitation Awareness Month.…

Adams gives final address as mayor

Seeming relaxed and at times choking back tears, Mayor Rob Adams gave his fourth and final State of the City address a little more than a month before he leaves office.

It was standing room only on Thursday, Oct. 16, in the Sedona City Council chambers as Adams spoke for an hour about his nine years on the council and specifically the last six as mayor. Over that time he said he’s had many people tell him they wouldn’t want to be in his shoes.…

Vince Chris retires after 15 years

Vince Chris has learned to take advantage of life’s opportunities, and it’s led him all over the world.

Chris has been working at Larson Newspapers for 15 years and is planning to retire soon. Originally from Santa Monica, Calif., Chris came upon the job with a briefer timeline in mind.…

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