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A Sedona woman received the greatest gift of all this Christmas when her husband came home from the hospital Dec. 24, after having a heart attack Dec. 5.

In 1955, Nell Benson asked Wayne Bell to their high school senior prom in Pennsylvania.

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The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors can’t balance the county’s budget without closing the Yavapai County Jail in Prescott after voters rejected a jail district tax, supervisors determined Monday, Jan. 5.

A unanimous vote set Wednesday, April 1, as the closing date for the jail, at which time arrestees from the entire county will be transported to the Yavapai County Detention Center in Camp Verde.

If voters had approved the quarter-cent jail tax on the November ballot, Yavapai County Sheriff Steve Waugh said he’d be having a different conversation with the board.…

A review of Sedona’s news from 2008 reveals an underlying theme — 2008 was a year for change — as the city, the City Council, the fire district and the school district all saw change in leadership and Sedona’s physical landscape was changed through extensive road construction. …

Technology is important to Verde Valley Guidance Clinic, and its employees showed their appreciation for the woman who helps them use it with their Employee of the Year pick.

Kim Thursby, computer support technician at the center, won the award based on peer review.

“I’m pleased that our staff sees the value of what she does,” Director of Information Technology Pam Clarke said.…

With new evidence and technology, Cottonwood police detectives have reopened the 1997 Marisol Gonzalez murder case.

“What we’ve done is have the Department of Public Safety crime lab come and look at all the evidence. There’s new technology that wasn’t available then,” Cottonwood Detective Sgt. Tod Moore said.

He said the DPS officers found some trace evidence that wasn’t located before or couldn’t be tested at the time.…

At the first official meeting for the newly-composed Sedona Fire District’s Governing Board, staff and public were hoping to get some answers, but many were left with more questions than they came with.

The management team, acting as interim fire chief, asked the board to discuss its philosophies Wednesday, Dec. 17, about the scope and duties of the management team, fiscal year 2009-2010 budget, the Chapel station project, the SFD Citizens Task Force and the search for a new fire chief.…

As you enter Snow Village, the mayor, Mike Burch, meets you at the door.

Burch is also the fire chief, police chief and the city manager of the village, but wearing so many belts isn’t too hard for the professional contractor who constructs the teeny, tiny village in his garage every year.

This year, the display is open to the public for a small fee as a fundraiser for Support Sedona Firefighters, a nonprofit, promoted by Burch’s wife, Barbara Burch.

Each year, Burch scales over 300 pieces of “Snow Village” on graph paper before laying it out in an 800-square-foot section of his West Sedona garage.

Each building, made to a miniature scale, is a real building somewhere, Burch said.…

On Friday, Dec. 12, the nonprofit group Support Sedona Firefighters was disappointed to learn that a Sedona Fire District truck would not be parked outside its fundraiser, Snow Village.

According to Barbara Burch, host of the fundraiser, SFD told her it would supply a reserve truck to help promote the weekend fundraiser, but at the last minute, the SFD management team canceled the truck.

The truck was to be a nonessential piece of apparatus and was not to be staffed.…

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