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 On Monday, Dec. 1, city of Sedona staff said “good-bye” to their City Manager Eric Levitt.

On Tuesday, Dec. 2, Levitt and his family took off for the long drive to Janesville, Wis., where Levitt will start as Janesville’s city manager Wednesday, Dec. 17.…

While Americans across the country line up for flu shots this winter, some doctors say they don’t work and may actually do more harm than good.

Dr. John Adams, a homeopathic and family practice physician in Sedona, said he doesn’t recommend anyone get a flu shot. Instead, he says all a person needs is Vitamin D3; AHCC, Japanese medicinal mushroom extract; and homeopathic preparation, or diluted mixtures of natural substances regulated by the Food and Drug Administration.…

More than a month after action was reportedly taken to recall Sedona Fire District Governing Board Chairwoman Caryn Maxwell, Maxwell resigned from the board. …
Federal agents sweep into trailer park …

Prisoners in county jails in need of hospital care and eligible for financial assistance will be enrolled in the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System possibly saving the county thousands of dollars a year.

The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors, resolved into the Board of Directors of the Yavapai County Jail District, approved an intergovernmental agreement with a state health care program at its meeting Monday, Nov. 17, in Cottonwood.…

Two men died and one suffered severe burns when a small plane crashed and burned in a densely wooded area of the Coconino National Forest above Sedona on Thursday, Nov. 13, around 4:45 p.m.

Brothers, Michael Johnson, 66, of Laveen, Ariz., and Tom Johnson, 64, of Kountze, Texas, both died when the PA-32 Cherokee Six, Saratoga Turbo, piloted by their cousin, Rockney Herring, 51, of Orange, Texas, plummeted and exploded on top of Schnebly Hill Road.…

A small plane crashed and burned in a densely wooded area of the Coconino National Forest above Sedona on Thursday, Nov. 13, at about 3:45 p.m.

Officials believe two people were killed and another seriously injured, however, contents of the aircraft were burned beyond recognition, delaying confirmation of the number of occupants, according to Gerry Blair, principal information officer for the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office.…

Thanking the people and the organizations that made it possible for the Sedona Community Foundation to provide $145,000 in grants during the past year was an easy task for Bill Ebert.

Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Foundation, Ebert served as master of ceremonies for its 7th annual Spirit of Sedona Awards on Thursday, Nov. 6, at L’Auberge de Sedona.

“We were fortunate to have the financial strength and wherewithal to help 70 different nonprofit organizations meet their missions in this community,” Ebert said. “It was our best year ever in terms of giving grants and scholarships.”…

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