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City could allow alcohol at parks

Unlike many cities, Sedona does not allow the sale or consumption of alcohol within its public parks, even in regard to special events.

The topic has been brought up in the past but has been voted down each time. But now, the City Council has…

Junipine Fire forces evacuation

For those living and working in Oak Creek Canyon, it was a bit of deja vu.

Just on the heels of the Slide Fire, which scorched more than 21,000 acres and forced the evacuation of hundreds of residents and business owners, a mandatory evacuation was put into place for five hours on Monday, June 16.…

Sedona fire crews battle brush fire in Oak Creek Canyon

Less than two weeks after the Slide Fire was declared 100 percent contained, Oak Creek Canyon Sedona Fire District crews responded to a reported brush fire just around 4:30 p.m.

Law enforcement began stopping northbound vehicles at Junipine Resort in the canyon, according to…

Movie set artist uses faux bois technique

Sedona artist Frank Marquette has led a productive life to date — constructing hyperrealistic environments for homes, film and theme parks — at one point wanting to be the next Walt Disney.…

DuVal wants to overhaul state’s education system

Fred DuVal has never held an elected office but he sees that as a positive instead of a negative as he seeks the state’s highest seat.

DuVal was in Sedona on Tuesday, June 10, to meet with residents at the Democrats of the Red Rocks.…

Park statue honors local women

On Wednesday, June 11, a groundbreaking ceremony began work on a new statue in the Jack Jamesen Memorial Park called “Cornerstone of Freedom.”

The project is coordinated by the Friends of Jack Jamesen Memorial Park Honoring Women Committee. The statue was created by local sculptor James N. Muir.…

Anita Rosenfield needs a kidney

Village of Oak Creek resident Anita Rosenfield has been juggling a busy schedule between her generous work with Sedona Women, the Sedona Jewish Film Festival and the Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley, doing what she can to give back to the community, including providing scholarships to local students through the Helen Wolfe Scholarship Committee.…

Circle ignites debate on wildfire prevention

In the wake of the Slide Fire, Sedona residents have been left with questions regarding how such a fire was started, how it could be prevented and what purpose the forest serves the community.

These questions were the central topic of the first of what will be four Sedona Philosophy Circle Summer Conversations, scheduled to run through the month of June.…

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