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Jobs still hang in the balance after the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors reallocated county sales tax and voted to return project money.

The board voted 2-1 on Jan. 20 to accept a proposal that redistributes funds collected from the county’s one-half-cent sales tax and…

Berkshire tapped to take seat on fire board

On Wednesday, Jan. 28, the Sedona Fire District Governing Board will have a full board for the first time in two months.

On Jan. 20, the board voted 3-1 to appoint Village of Oak Creek resident Bert Berkshire to fill the seat vacated by former chairwoman Caryn Maxwell when she resigned Nov. 20.

Board member Liza Vernet was the lone “no” vote.…

Several Verde Valley communities have experienced an increase in burglaries since the new year began and are looking for the person, or persons, responsible.

At least four businesses in Cottonwood and around 12 shops and galleries in Jerome reported break-ins and theft or signs that someone tried to break in.…

A week after Keep Sedona Beautiful’s new president made a speech in favor of KSB sharing a common ground with Sedona City Council, he resigned.

On Jan. 13, Ernie Strauch, elected KSB president Dec. 13, made a six-minute speech to City Council which highlighted the similarities between the nonprofit’s objectives and the city’s Community Plan.

Contentious issues between council and KSB do exist and were escalated last fall after council voted 4-2 to approve continuous roadway lighting along Highway 89A.…

At the current rate of sale, it might take almost four years to sell all the $1 million homes currently on the local market, just one indicator that 2008 was a bad year for real estate throughout Sedona and the Verde Valley.

Every measure of real estate activity in the Sedona area fell in 2008.

Records maintained by the Sedona Verde Valley Association of Realtors show median home prices dropped dramatically and foreclosure actions more than doubled last year compared to 2007.…

After being bitten in the face by a bobcat in her own backyard, Irie, an 8-year-old Chihuahua/Jack Russell terrier mix walked away with 12 stitches.

On Jan. 8, Irie went outside around 7:30 p.m. at the Lower Red Rock Loop home, which is bordered by forest land, Josh Herbert said.

When Herbert’s dad heard a commotion, he ran up the hill in the dark and saw a bobcat run away and Irie scamper home.…

When the clock struck 5 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 16, Sedona City Councilwoman Nancy Scagnelli was free from threats of recall, while another councilor, Cliff Hamilton, now faces the same fate.

Cole Greenberg, who led a petition to recall the councilwoman, admitted Friday afternoon that he hadn’t received anywhere near the 760 signatures required for the recall, although he had 20 people circulating petitions.…

Aspiring local actors and actresses who want the inside scoop on working in New York and Hollywood should consider signing up for this semester’s class taught by Sagan Lewis at Yavapai College.

Acting for Camera Master Workshop runs on Monday nights from Jan. 26 through May 11, from 5:30 till 9 p.m. at the Zaki Gordon Film Institute at YC’s Sedona Campus.…

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