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Darabont horrifies Sedona

“The Mist,” a cinematic adaptation of Stephen King’s novella of the same name, is the crazy, intense horror film Academy Award-nominated director Frank Darabont always wanted to make.

In fact, it was almost his first movie. But he instead directed “The Shawshank Redemption,” which he…

Raw sewage spills out of View Drive manhole

Raw sewage spills out of View Drive manhole

Sewage ran down View Drive and into an adjoining yard on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 1 p.m.

Three members of the Sedona city wastewater staff responded to the spill, bringing their giant vacuum truck to clean out the plugged manhole.

Two members of the city’s public works department also responded.

 “We’ll clean it out and then send the pressure hose through the line with a camera on it to see what’s going on,” said Reed Kramer, from the city’s public works staff.

Only one yard was affected by the runoff and Kramer said that decontamination fluid would be applied to clean it up.

No one is currently occupying the residence which had a “for sale” sign on it.

Kramer said that manhole overflows in the city are not common, and are usually caused by residents throwing out grease and other materials that plug the sewer lines.

Susan Johnson

Larson Newspapers…

City must stay on top of sewers

Wastewater and sewers aren’t the most appetizing of topics, but they’re the most expensive items on Sedona’s financial menu.

In response to a request from the Sedona Red Rock News, candidates for Sedona City Council offered their thoughts on the subject:


What are the environmental and financial risks in the city’s current drainage and sewer infrastructure?

* Incumbent City Coun-cilman John Bradshaw: “Environmental issues for sewer are spills, blockage and pump failures which could, if not maintained, end up in Oak Creek or our water supply.

“Flood drainage also is a way for pollutants to end up into our water supply, and damage to personal property can result if not addressed properly.…

Victor Brian, 21, of Camp Verde, was charged with driving on a suspended license after rolling a borrowed car on Thursday, Feb. 21 at 5 p.m.

Brian was westbound on Hwy. 89A approaching Lower Red Rock Loop Road when he said the steering wheel locked up and he lost control of the vehicle.

The Sedona Police Department and Sedona Fire District responded to the wreck. Brian was not injured.

The car was impounded for a 30-day hold.

Susan Johnson

Larson Newspapers…

Jedis, Vulcans & Droids to dance with party band

Be prepared to party Saturday, Feb. 23.

Yin Yang & Zen Some, a Sedona-based party rock band, brings its mix of rock ’n’ roll, Halloweenesque-themed costumes and wacky stage performance to Oak Creek Brewing Co., 2050 Hwy. 89A, beginning at 9 p.m.

The band consistently packs the venues in which it plays, bringing out its loyal fan base, devoted music lovers and tourists and locals who just want to see a group of creative artists put on a musical extravaganza while dressing up in silly costumes.…

Car thieves in Sedona will go away empty-handed this year if the Sedona Police Department has anything to say about it. …
Wastewater and sewers aren’t the most appetizing of topics, but they’re the most expensive items on Sedona’s financial menu. …
Electronic music: In the beginningRownd discovered the technology in the early 1980s through an ex-girlfriend — a Stanford University student and a member of the Macintosh development team responsible for inventing the first Musical Instrument Digital Interface, or MIDI. …

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