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In most car crashes, it isn’t the speed that kills; it’s that sudden stop.

At 15 mph, a car stops within the first second of hitting a wall.

However, without a seat belt, the person inside that car keeps right on going until they slam…

Empire Companies, the developer of the unfinished Mountain Gate subdivision in Clarkdale, filled for bankruptcy April 25, according to Riverside Divisional Office of U.S. Bankruptcy court in California.

Construction on the community halted months ago, and residents waited to hear from Empire, who appeared to have disappeared. Unpaved streets and unfinished lots surround the area of the development Empire completed before calling it quits.

“I told my wife that at least there are lots of safe, empty streets for our kids to ride their bikes on,” Mountain Gate resident David Gordon said.…

Forbidden by ancient custom to sing certain songs that belonged only to the men of her tribe, Delores Plunkett watched as those songs were extinguished, taken to the grave by the diabetes and the alcohol that claimed their singers.

A member of the Yavapai-Apache Nation, Plunkett mourned this loss, and as much, the loss of that part of her tribe’s traditions among the children.

“My father’s sons died before he did,” Plunkett said. “He should have taught me the songs, but he never did.”…

If the Sedona-Oak Creek School District gives its approval to Principal David Lykins’ proposal to charge students $100 to play a sport at Sedona Red Rock High School, they wouldn’t be the only school in the Verde Valley to have taken this step to help fund their extra-curricular programs.

Mark Showers, dean of students and athletic director at Camp Verde High School, already charges $25 per student if a student wants to play a sport during the academic school year, but said that’s about as far as it goes.…

The Yavapai College Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Verde Valley, presents the last two events in this series. …

A majority of Village of Oak Creek residents must be happy — 54 percent of them at least.

On April 10, the Special Improvement District Steering Committee received word from the Yavapai County Assessor’s Office verifying that they had received a majority of signed petitions.

Of the approximately 4,100 Village property owners, at least 51 percent were needed to sign a petition in favor of maintaining enhancements along Hwy. 179. So far, 54 percent have signed.…

Residents who want to participate in the city of Sedona’s budget process should schedule time for three five-hour meetings during the first two weeks of May.

By sitting through the series of scheduled workshops where the city staff and City Council grind through hundreds of line items and dozens of decision tables, participants can gain a thorough appreciation of the degree of detail involved in the process.

The workshops begin Monday, May 5, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Vultee Conference Room at the city complex at 106 Roadrunner Drive. Two more will take place on Monday, May 12, and Wednesday, May 14, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Vultee Conference Room.…

Rollover in the CanyonSedona Fire District firefighters and paramedics attend to the injuries of a driver who rolled his jeep on a curve in Oak Creek Canyon just north of the Junipine Resort on Tuesday, April 29 at approximately two p.m. More photos inside.…

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