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The city of Sedona is in turmoil after city council approved streetlights for Highway 89A, Sedona resident Paul Chevalier told the Planning and Zoning Commission.

“If you approve this tonight, it will be worse,” he said.

On Tuesday, Aug. 19, P&Z voted 5-1 to deny…

A year following the collapse of a busy Minnesota freeway bridge, the Arizona Department of Transportation can affirm the safety of its bridge infrastructure.

With more than 4,000 bridges in the ADOT system, the safety of state bridges is among the best in the nation with 98.5 percent of structures receiving excellent or good inspection ratings.

Arizona benefits from a mild climate, relatively recent construction of most bridges and a solid commitment to bridge safety.…

Many people driving by the Sedona Campus of the Verde Valley Medical Center on Highway 89A think it’s only an emergency room; the place to go after a sudden injury when a family’s primary physician can’t be reached.

The comprehensive 24/7 medical operation provides a physician-staffed ER assisted by registered nurses trained in advanced cardiac life support, pediatric advanced life support and advanced trauma life support.

In addition, the center offers a 16-slice CT scanner, a laboratory and ground and air transport to other medical centers in Arizona when needed.…

Crews will be completing the north half of the inner circle at the ‘Y’ roundabout. This is to be completed by the end of the week.

According to a press release, beginning Monday, Aug. 18, traffic headed north on Highway 89A toward the ‘Y’ intersection is reduced to one lane just prior to entering the roundabout at the ‘Y’. This is scheduled until the end of the week. Traffic will flow better from West Sedona if both lanes are used all the way up to the merge point, rather than just backing up in one lane. Then vehicles should alternate one at a time from each lane into the one-lane section.…

After nearly three months of watching Sedona’s City Council take action, one thing is clear.

There is a split between those who are willing to support motions moving forward and those who aren’t.

Of the seven big issues council has looked at since it was seated May 27, Mayor Rob Adams and Councilman Cliff Hamilton have voted “no” four times each.…

One of the hardest parts of getting out of homelessness is getting a bank account, learning to budget and re-establishing credit.

Without these, a person with felonies or bad credit cannot get a bank account, which is necessary to rent an apartment or buy a home.

Mark Tufte, branch manager of Country Bank in Cottonwood, is a community member who helps out these individuals trying to get out of homelessness and poverty.…

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 in the world who can sing ‘Jesus Loves Me’ in Chinese.”

According to his autobiography, “The Sedona Man: The Life and Adventures of An Arizona Cowboy,” Bradshaw left China with his parents at the age of 4 and settled in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1922, where he lived a “Huckleberry Finn” childhood.…

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.…

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