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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…

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. …

An Arizona Department of Public Safety officer arrested a 45-year-old Tucson man on drug charges after a traffic stop near Camp Verde led to the discovery of $15 million worth of cocaine, DPS reported.

The DPS officer arrested Luis Figueroa on I-17 near Camp Verde shortly after midnight early Saturday, Jan. 26, after stopping the commercial tractor-trailer Figueroa was driving for alleged equipment violations, according to DPS.…

The judge originally assigned to the Dibor Roberts felony flight case is retiring.

Yavapai County Superior Court Judge Janis A. Sterling announced she will retire Friday, March 14, after nearly two decades on the bench.

The preliminary hearing in the Roberts case set for Monday, Feb. 4, was postponed as a result, stated Merrill Roberts, Dibor Roberts’ husband.…

Hwy. 89A in Oak Creek Canyon is now open after being closed overnight due to heavy rain.

Sedona Fire District Fire Chief Matt Shobert said at 2:45 p.m. the highway had been reopened to through traffic.

Officials closed Hwy. 89A due to rock slides, mud slides and streaming water across the roadway Sunday, Jan. 27, at 9 p.m, according to Rod Wigman, public information officer for the Arizona Department of Transportation.

“Due to the low volume of traffic on Sunday evenings, we weren’t going to close the canyon. However, last night a boulder the size of a car came down near the bottom of the switchbacks, and so, we decided to close the road,” Wigman said.

The road was closed from milepost 375 just north of Sedona to milepost 397 near Forest Highlands at the top of the canyon.…

Sedona’s most valuable asset sits southwest of the city on Hwy. 89A, where taxpayers can freely admire $52 million dollars going for waste. …

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