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Sedona Fire District tests siren

In preparation for the upcoming monsoon season the Sedona Fire District and Coconino County will test the emergency siren system at approximately 2 p.m. Thursday, June 26.

This system is designed to notify Oak Creek Canyon and Uptown residents of severe emergencies that require…

Bayou delicacy invasive to Arizona’s creeks

Some people call them crawdads, others might know them as crayfish, but whatever you call them, crawfish have become a problem in Arizona’s freshwater streams and lakes.…

Riggs and Brnovich discuss state campaigns in Sedona

Two Arizonans are speaking out against what they say is government overreach in Arizona.

On Wednesday, June 18, the Verde Valley Republican Women hosted two candidates for state positions — Frank Riggs, gubernatorial candidate, and Mark Brnovich, running for Arizona attorney general, at the Olde Sedona Bar and Grill in West Sedona.…

Galbavy helps SVAC find its identity

On Thursday, June 19, the Sedona Visual Artists’ Coalition held its monthly meeting at 54 Bowstring Drive. This meeting will develop ideas for the upcoming fall show, the theme of which is “Who Am I?”…

Printing enters the third dimension

With advances in technology and entertainment, some have pontificated on the idea that print is dead, but as it turns out, print may well become the future of manufacturing.…

Locals add names to pink trucks

Pink Heals — a worldwide organization of traveling pink fire trucks bringing awareness to cancer — has seen impressive growth in just seven years. And according to its founder, that’s just the beginning.…

Coconino National Forest closes until monsoon's end

Concerned about dangers posed by potential flash floods, mudslides and falling rock in the wake of the Slide Fire, the U.S. Forest Service will close the Coconino National Forest in Oak Creek Canyon until the end of monsoon season.…
Junipine Fire fully contained

When Sedona Fire District Fire Chief Kris Kazian heard the call of another fire in Oak Creek Canyon, he wasn’t sure what to think at first.

“I definitely didn’t think it was a joke but there was a little bit of déjà vu,” he said.…

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