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Rodriguez appreciates lessons learned from a small-town life

Zoe Rodriguez thinks growing up in a small town has actually helped her to better appreciate the times when she gets to visit bigger cities.

“Now when I go to Phoenix, it’s like there are so many possibilities, I don’t know what to do with…

Artist shows students how to be ‘glass acts’

Holly Stedman has been working with glass for 30 years. It all started with one class in stained-glass art.

“Stained glass is one of those things that you always admire and wish that one day, you could create something like that,” Stedman said.…

Canyon businesses brace  for 5-week road closure

Owners, employees concerned about their businesses’ survival

Like most communities, residents and business owners in the Sedona area are used to road construction and the delays that often come with them.…

Documentarian credits Sedona Film School

Swedish native Katja Torneman had long held a strong vision about exactly the kind of film school she wanted: A hands-on-learning film school for documentary filmmakers. For years, Torneman searched throughout Europe, Canada and the U.S. hoping to find this program of her dreams. In 2010, she finally found the Zaki Gordon Institute for Independent Filmmaking — now known as the Sedona Film School — she seized the opportunity to embrace this rare jewel of Sedona, “a nine-month intensive program that was unlike anything I saw out there, around the world.”…

Sedona schools change leadership

Big Park Community School social studies teacher Matthew Schumacher was introduced to students and parents as the incoming Sedona Red Rock High School vice principal at SRRHS' freshmen orientation event on Thursday, May 1.…

Coconino County bans cell phone use while driving

If you have to press more than one button on your cell phone, you’re pressing your luck if you want to talk while driving in Coconino County.

The Board of Supervisors on April 22 passed a law banning the use of portable communication devices…

Art show reveals students’ talent

Over the weekend, the public was welcome to view art as varied and high-quality as some professional galleries. From a cat with steampunk head gear to a photograph of a student holding a $9 bill with President Barack Obama’s face, these works not only expressed creativity but gave a voice to the artists’ values.…

Arizona DPS honors fallen officer Bruce Harrolle

He was a loving husband and father, a loyal friend and dedicated employee but above all he was someone who loved life and people.

That’s how Bruce Harrolle — an Arizona Department of Public Safety officer — was described by colleagues and loved ones during a dedication ceremony on Saturday, April 26.…

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