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Financial reports covering the last 12 days of the Sedona mayoral and City Council primary election campaign show that not much changed from earlier reports, including the fact that candidate Rio Robson again missed a filing deadline.…

Fund sets path to preserve trails

Each year more than a million visitors come to Sedona to take in both its natural beauty and more than 250 miles of hiking, biking and horse trails.

But it costs money to maintain those trails and quite often, the funds are not there. That’s where organizations like the Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund come in.…

Splishin’ and splashin’ in city pool with pumpkins

Sedona Parks and Recreation Manager Rachel Murdoch feels they have the perfect ingredients for a successful children’s holiday event.

“It’s super unique because no one else has a pumpkin patch in a pool,” she said. “Kids love pools. They love pumpkin patches and they love goodies. You can’t go wrong.”…

Midgley turns 75

Thousands of visitors and residents cross over the scenic Midgley Bridge every day without giving it a second thought. But travel along that route wasn’t always so easy.

Wednesday, Oct. 8 will mark the 75th anniversary of the dedication of the 374-foot-long bridge, which was completed in late 1938.…

Fest celebrates canyon heritage

It may have been called Apple Fest in the past, but apples to apples the Slide Rock State Park Fall Festival has remained true to its roots.

The park will hold the event Saturday, Oct. 4, beginning at 9 a.m.…

Fire guts KFC/Taco Bell

An early-morning fire has left one Sedona fast food restaurant closed for an undetermined amount of time.

According to Fire Marshal Gary Johnson, the Sedona Fire District received a call at 1:15 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 1, by a Sedona police officer who smelled smoke in the area.…

City delays vote on traffic study

Whether it’s the Sedona Community Plan, campaigns for Sedona City Council and mayor or neighbors talking to one another, there’s one topic that always comes up — traffic.

Last month, the Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission voted unanimously to recommend that the City Council approve an updated traffic study and budget it for next year. The council discussed the idea during a meeting on Sept. 24.…

Airport ambassadors share their wisdom with tourists

Perhaps the most ignored sign on a recent Friday evening in Sedona was the one that warned “Delays Possible” due to ongoing repairs on Airport Road.

As the sun went down, dozens of cars came up, ferrying tourists to the scenic overlook on Airport Mesa.…

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