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Bob Bradshaw, a Sedona cowpuncher, movie maker and noted nature photographer, died Friday, Aug. 8.

He was 90 years old.

Born June 9, 1918, in what is now known as Xiamen, China, Bradshaw once boasted he had “the dubious distinction of being the only cowpuncher…


A year after 76 streetlights were approved for Highway 89A — then reconsidered — Sedona City Council voted to put them back on the table.

On Wednesday, Aug. 13, council voted 4-2 to approve seven recommendations intended to increase safety and directed the Arizona Department of Transportation “to move forward with dark sky compliant continuous roadway lighting from Airport Road to Dry Creek Road.”

Mayor Rob Adams and Councilman Cliff Hamilton voted against the motion.…


Filling three seats on the Sedona-Oak Creek School District governing board will be easy this year.

Three people have filed to run for the three four-year seats.

Current Board President Bobbie Surber and current member John Wesnitzer are running again since their seats expire in December.

Tommy Stovall is running for the third seat that expires in December, but has been vacant since June 11 when Ben Miller resigned.…

Airport mesa will rock with the sound of music, roar with dozens of airplanes and growl with high-powered luxury cars on Saturday, Sept. 20, during the first ever Sedona Community Fair.

Although the management of the Sedona Airport has a history of welcoming residents to the high elevation tarmac for almost a decade, this year the event will have a number of new features and will be operating through a new nonprofit umbrella organization managed by Al Comello and Shondra Jepperson.…

Construction at the ‘Y’ roundabout is stirring up more than dust and concrete.

Standing in the middle of intersections, flaggers are an open target to drive-by insults, profanity and  spitting.

Some flaggers have even been hit by flying objects thrown from car windows, the Arizona Department of Transportation reported.…

A wellness spa, film studio, museum, conference center, arts village, hotel and restaurants — Fitch Industries has big plans for the former Sedona Cultural Park.

Fitch Industries is in the process of buying the 44 acres where the old amphitheater sits weathering away with hopes of rejuvenating its spirit.

Sedona Planning and Zoning, Sedona City Council and city staff have worked with Fitch Industries for nearly two years in the city’s redevelopment process.…

Storm rolls in

 Photo Courtesy Summer Bacon, August 9, 2008.


                 I was on my way to Cottonwood, heading toward 89A on Oak Creek Valley Road when I saw this storm moving in. This was taken with my cell phone through the car window (I pulled over and stopped). I decided to turn around and go home.

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Among public criticism of spending mixed with a strong support of its services, the Sedona Fire District hired a civilian — Karen Daines — to fill a new position as business director.

Daines, who started June 30, is filling the position years after a similar position at the district went vacant.

Eight years ago when SFD governing board member Tom Wells came on the board, there was a similar position under then Fire Chief Larry Drake. When the person left, the position remained vacant.…

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