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Speculators are always looking to make large profits on the expected rise or fall of prices, whether they’re meddling in Sedona’s real estate market, Wall Street’s dot-com ventures or the price of a barrel of oil.

Their interference with what would otherwise be relatively simple…

In order to keep emergency response times down, the Sedona Fire District’s regional dispatch center will get a new computer-aided dispatching system .

SFD will purchase a new CAD system from PSSI for $496,218 and Dell computers for $6,098.93.

SFD will pay the total, $502,316.93, from the revenue collected last year and revenue brought in from assisting in wildland fires, SFD Fire Chief Bill Boler said.…

Kenneth Reger is studying an antiques and collectibles guide in the reference section of the Sedona Public Library when ambushed by this reporter and the Sedona Red Rock News photographer, Michele Bradley, for the week’s @random column.

In his library bag are books — one by Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker titled “Breaking Free” and another by Stephen Marks titled “Confessions of a Political Hit Man: the dark side of American politics,” — two of three or four non-fiction books that he plans to read this week.…

With Uptown parking spots generating $50,000 to $300,000 a year, Sedona is moving forward on a plan to build 104 more spaces.

Sedona City Council gave staff the go-ahead Tuesday, July 22, to get the ball rolling on a proposed 104-space parking lot in the south side of Uptown.

Councilman Dan Surber was absent.…

Despite threats of recall, the Sedona Fire District governing board announced Wednesday, July 23, it would continue with plans to construct a new fire station in the Chapel area.

On June 25, attorney Linda Bagley Wallace read the board an ultimatum — halt progress on the Chapel station by the next board meeting or her clients would seek to recall selected members from the governing board.

The next board meeting came July 23, and Wallace was back with another letter to the board.…

Katie, a young border collie, was excited to be out of her cage and at the center of firefighters’ attention.

After taking a lap around the room, to get petted from all sides, she sat patiently with an air mask around her nose.

Katie was the Humane Society of Sedona’s first guinea pig to test out a trend that’s been sweeping the nation — breathing masks to feed compressed fresh air to pets suffering from smoke inhalation.…

Sewer is a messy issue, but things got even messier July 16 when Sedona police officers were called to the city’s Chapel area sewer meeting.

Chapel area resident Jim Shaffer doesn’t think the city should spend $10 million on connecting Chapel area homes to the city’s sewer when they have perfectly working septic tanks, he said.

Shaffer was loudly voicing that opinion and wouldn’t sit down despite threats of calls to 9-1-1. Soon the police officers arrived and talked to Shaffer outside.…

Village of Oak Creek residents should feel safer knowing the Sedona Fire District now has an alternate way to reach them.
With slow or stopped traffic, a likely scenario of Highway 179 during construction, the completion of a bridge above Oak Creek couldn’t come at a better time.…

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