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Seventh-grader publishes first book in his second language

English may be a second language for local teen Adrian Jaimes Gonzalez, but it hasn’t gotten in the way of him publishing his first book.

Gonzalez, a seventh-grade student at West Sedona School, was born in the United States, and then moved to Mexico for…

City to shuffle departments, offices and duties

In order to better serve the community and focus more on areas like economic development, the city will soon be making a few noticeable changes and additions.

According to City Manager Tim Ernster, the plan is to consolidate a number of departments and their functions.…

Diane Ladd to sign new book at Andrea Smith Gallery

When it comes to show business, Diane Ladd has just about done it all.

Aside from being a working actress on television and in the movies for more than a half century, she’s appeared on Broadway and has directed, produced and written work for the large and small screen.…

Tohe speaks on the code talkers

If you happen to find yourself dining with a Navajo code talker, don’t order the baked potato.

In the parlance of the indecipherable code that helped the United States defeat Japan in World War II, a potato represented a grenade.…

Elk collision on 89A totals car

A pair of visitors coming to Sedona for vacation say they’re lucky to be alive after hitting an elk in an area between Sedona and Cottonwood.

Andy Steinberg and Kristina Sado, both of Santa Monica, Calif., were on State Route 89A at around 8 p.m. on Saturday, May 3, when their Honda CVR struck a male elk, estimated to weigh between 400 to 500 pounds.…

Sedona cook-off helps Rotary imagine better future for kids

“When you give people food and sunshine, they’re happy.”

That was the feeling of Bob Gangnaire, of Flagstaff, after looking over the crowds of smiling people at the Rotary Club of Sedona’s fourth annual chili cook-off on Saturday, May 3, at Tlaquepaque arts and crafts village.…

Fair introduces STEM to families

Big Park Community School hosted a family STEM night as part of the school’s activities fair on Thursday, May 1, after school in the gymnasium.

STEM — Science Technology Engineering and Math — education is part of a statewide initiative to increase cross-curriculum education…

Fundraiser helps wildlife, children

There are those who talk about wanting to make a difference in the world. And then there are those like Stacy James.
James is the co-founder of Dazzle Africa, a nonprofit organization based in Las Vegas.…

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