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Sedona City Council candidates were welcomed to the final election forum by Keep Sedona Beautiful President Barbara Litrell on Thursday, Feb. 7.

Voters jammed the seating area and stood in the hallways of KSB’s Pushmataha Center for their last chance to hear five council hopefuls…

The late-night music scene in Sedona offers a mix of talents, backgrounds and genres, but the infusion of new blood, new musicians and new bands is what local music lovers appreciate most.

That new blood will get a jazz funk transfusion as Happy Cabbage takes the stage, mixing up a local favorite with an out-of-town duo into a fresh new trio, helping to keep Sedona’s lifeblood — music — rich and diverse.…

Sedona filmmakers take exploratory documentary to L.A.

“Where did we come from?” and “where are we going?” are perhaps the two greatest questions mankind has ever sought to answer.…

Amateur artists get fired up

People don’t have to be skilled artists to create works of art that are functional and lasting.

At Henry Wingfield’s Imagine Art make-your-own pottery studio in Sedona, anyone can test their abilities and leave the store with something they created — anything from a self-designed mug, plate or candle holder to a piece of decorative pottery.…

Calls poured in to the Sedona Red Rock News on Tuesday, Feb. 5, from frustrated voters who tried to cast ballots in the Presidential Preference Election on “Super Tuesday.”

Nationwide, 24 states held primaries and caucuses to choose candidates among the front-runners of the Democratic and Republican parties.…

If the tri-cities of Prescott, Prescott Valley and Chino Valley want to pump water from the Big Chino Aquifer near Paulden, they’ll have to provide assurance to the Salt River Project and environmentally concerned groups, such as the Center for Biological Diversity, that there will be no loss in Verde River flow. …

City budgeting, tax revenues and financial projections might seem like dry topics of discussion, but not when candidates for Sedona mayor step to the podium.

City budgeting, tax revenues and financial projections might seem like dry topics of discussion, but not when candidates for Sedona…

The Arizona Department of Transportation has closed Hwy. 89A between Flagstaff and Sedona, according to Rod Wigman, public information officer for ADOT. …

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