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Rainbow Trout Farms is not dumping road fill and other matter illegally on its property on Old Indian Road in Oak Creek Canyon, but some Oak Creek Canyon residents think Coconino County should put a stop to the work.…

Children in the Southwest with serious illnesses have found a voice in actress, artist and child advocate Jane Seymour.

Seymour visited Sedona Thursday, Sept. 11, as the official spokesperson for Camp Soaring Eagle in the Village of Oak Creek.

Seymour, best known for her roles in “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman,” “The Wedding Crashers” and most recently “Dancing with the Stars,” is involved in numerous charitable causes for children.…

The Sedona Red Rock News won 10 awards for journalistic excellence in 2008, repeating for the second year in the Journalistic Achievement/Community Service category, the Arizona Newspapers Association announced.

This year, the newspaper’s coverage of the controversy over streetlights on Highway 89A was recognized as a journalistic achievement and community service. In 2007, the NEWS won the same award for its coverage of the Aquarian Concepts Community.…

Since gas prices soared above $3.50, and sometimes $4 in the Verde Valley, the city of Sedona implemented a new city staff work schedule.

Rather than work five days a week, some city employees now work either four 10-hour days with one day off a week, or nine nine-hour days with one day off every two weeks.

“It was driven by gas prices,” Assistant City Manager Alison Zelms said. Filling up the gas tank is increasingly expensive and many employees commute.…

Initial Sept. 2 primary election results were confirmed by official tallies released Wednesday, Sept. 10, but the contest between Republicans in the Congressional Dist. 1 race  to replace Rep. Rick Renzi was much closer than previously reported.…

Roly-poly goldens, just waiting to be trained

Eleven golden retriever pups all line up in a row eagerly waiting to be petted.

Well, at 7 weeks old, it’s not actually a row, but more like a roly-poly, bouncy, nippy, yawny, golden, furry mishmash, waiting-to-be-trained to become service dogs for autistic children.

The new litter of pups belong to Fran Elliott and are part of The Hairy Angel Foundation, a nonprofit 501(3)(c) organization since 1997.…

Matching mature workers with companies looking for a few good people is the aim of the first senior job fair and forum hosted by the city of Sedona and the Sedona Chamber of Commerce.

Ready-to-work 50- to 90-year-olds are invited to participate in the forum held in collaboration with the Mature Workforce Committee of the Arizona Governor’s Advisory Council on Aging on Friday, Sept. 19, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Yavapai College in Sedona.

The event is free to participants and includes lunch.…

Greed has no limits for some people. Even when it comes to allegedly stealing money and hope from a dying child.

On Aug. 30, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office charged 53-year-old Spring Valley resident Douglas Riesberg with fraudulent schemes and theft from the Illinois chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Riesberg also has an extensive criminal history for failing to appear in court and dangerous drug crimes.

He is accused of scamming the foundation out of $11,000 and causing a huge disappointment to a very sick 16-year-old-boy in Chicago with a terminal medical condition.…

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