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Friday, May 30, 6 p.m. witnesses watched in horror as a car traveling south on Hwy. 89A crossed the northbound lane of oncoming traffic and went over the edge, coming to rest 100 feet from the roadway. …

Sedona City Manager Eric Levitt reports unoffical results of the recount in the race for Sedona Mayor are in. …
The county budget crunch for the coming year has the potential to place the community at risk despite the committed efforts of juvenile probation officers, therapists, volunteers and families. …

The autopsy report from the Yavapai County Office of the Medical Examiner found 19-year-old Justin Lake had a blood alcohol content of 0.03 at the time of his death, well below the legal limit.

 

By Greg Nix

Larson Newspapers

The autopsy report from the…

Rollover on I-17

 

 

 

 

One person was injured in a one-vehicle accident on I-17 at the Hwy. 179 overpass Wednesday, May 28.…

Verde Valley School received a grant of $50,000 from the E.E. Ford Foundation for the expansion of its Millennium Development Goals Project in Malawi, announced by Headmaster Paul Domingue.

The $50,000 grant will fund five additional years of work in Malawi by VVS’s Millennium Development Goals committee, and will be matched two to one by an additional $100,000 in gifts and grants from other sources. In addition, students involved in the MDG will raise $15,000 over three years to help fund its work.…

Sedona Fire District’s regional communication center, where emergency calls are dispatched from the entire Verde Valley, is hoping to get a new home.

Currently SFD runs a regional 9-1-1 dispatch center from the second floor of Station No. 4 in Uptown.

Emergency calls from Black Canyon City, Camp Verde, Clarkdale, Cottonwood, Jerome, Mayer, Montezuma/Rimrock, Pinewood, Verde Valley Ambulance and Verde Valley Fire are received and dispatched from this center.…

Sedona businessman and World War II veteran William T. “Bill” Garland died Sunday, May 25, at his home in Sedona surrounded by family.

Born June 28, 1916, in Seattle, and raised in Vancouver, B.C., Garland moved to Phoenix in 1938. A veteran of World War II, Garland flew 29 missions as a B-17 bomber pilot, was shot down over Czechoslovakia and spent a year in a German prisoner of war camp.

After his return from Europe, Garland married Georgiana Isham of Phoenix.…

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