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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…

Hundreds help SFD open new Station 6

Despite rain, hail, wind gusts of more than 30 mph and temperatures hovering in the mid-40s, more than 300 people turned out to help christen Sedona Fire District’s newest addition to the family.

Station No. 6, located off State Route 179 near Chapel Road, was officially opened during a ceremony on Saturday, April 26.…

Film school grads lobby for its continuation

By J.C. AlverezSpecial to Larson Newspapers

On Memorial Day weekend, the Sedona Film School, formerly Zaki Gordon Institute for Independent Filmmaking, will host its 14th, and perhaps final, student film festival.…

Beverly Hall leads Verde Valley Voices for last time

On Saturday, May 3, Beverly Hall will conduct her final concert before retiring as the Verde Valley Voices music director — a position she has held for the past 15 years.

This event will be held at the Verde Baptist Church at 102 S. Willard St. in Cottonwood…

Fox’s ‘Utopia’ casts for revolutionaries

Utopia, the impossible dream. A perfect society where everyone is content at both the social and economic levels.

What does it even mean?…

Club welcomes Schweiss to talk about film festival

The Sedona Welcomers Club came together on Wednesday, April 23, at the Hilton Sedona for their monthly luncheon, welcoming guests and hearing from the Sedona International Film Festival Executive Director Patrick Schweiss.

Before Schweiss took the stage, however, Chairwoman Gina Cassidy honored member Laura Wynne, who had died the day prior.…

Sky Ranch zone change approved

After three years of discussion, planning and numerous city meetings, the Sky Ranch Lodge could have a new look as early as this winter.

By a unanimous vote, the Sedona City Council approved a zone change for the property’s proposed expansion during its Tuesday, April 22, meeting.…

Seniors showcase final exhibitions

With the academic year winding down in the Sedona Oak Creek School District, it was that time of the semester for seniors at Sedona Red Rock High School to present their final exhibitions before a panel of judges on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 22 and 23, in what has become a tradition at the school.…

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