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The long wait by the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors for the state budget is finally over.

“This is the most irresponsible budget created by the state, ever. [The state legislature] didn’t balance the budget, and shifted the cost to the counties and cities,” District…

As the roundabout at Brewer Road nears completion, construction on the ‘Y’ roundabout is set to begin.

The Arizona Department of Transportation plans to start construction at the ‘Y’ intersection, at Highways 89A and 179, on Tuesday, July 8, and finish by Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 1.

ADOT realizes that the ‘Y’ is the key intersection and the gateway to almost all destinations in the area, so it wants to finish as quickly as possible, said Kristin Darr-Bornstein, public outreach manager representing ADOT.…

Obele Oil Corporation Chief Executive Officer Paralee Obele says gas is so expensive because peak oil production has been hit. …
The lights are back on —  at least to Sedona City Council’s agenda.
On Tuesday, June 24, City Council approved 7-0 to reopen a motion it passed June 10 regarding safety issues on Highway 89A, although time may no longer be on the city’s side.…


Wearing a wide floppy hat and shielding his eyes behind sunglasses, Angom Singh looks like any other deeply tanned hiker.
Minus the hat, his shaved head and tiny pigtail bear the hallmarks of the Hare Krishna religious sect, a derivative of Hinduism.…

Sedona’s newly seated City Council met Monday, June 23, with city staff to set its priorities for the next two years.
Council set its priorities so city staff could determine how much importance to give issues they work with daily.…


Paul Eaton crams his small car full of two routes worth of Meals on Wheels headed to the Village of Oak Creek on Friday, June 20. Eaton and other volunteer drivers are taking on the extra route because of a shortage of drivers available for VOC destinations.


Seniors in the Village of Oak Creek who rely on Meals on Wheels for home delivery of nutritious meals may soon go hungry if a few more local volunteers don’t step forward.…

Residents of Sedona and the Verde Valley who don’t want to grow their own produce, but do want the freshest possible ingredients for themselves and their families, now have the option of participating in a farm cooperative.

“The Verde Valley Community Supported Agriculture program is a group of farmers who believe in providing just-picked locally-grown food,” said Sandra Boyce, coordinator for the co-op.

For those new to the CSA concept, it works on a shareholder basis, providing each family that signs up with low-spray or no-spray produce throughout the growing season.…

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