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Carnage from Arizona’s drunk drivers totalled 585 men, women and children killed during 2006. This is 237 fewer than the number of soldiers killed in Iraq during the same period.…

2007 Marks Year of Change

Greater Sedona made it through another year bringing with it new development, betterment of education and a few new roads, but not without a bit of controversy to make things exciting.…

Sustainability key to Green Team

In addition to its normal duties, Sedona city staff is hard at work on identifying ways to be “green.” Andrea Costello, assistant to the city manager, heads up the Green Team on the city’s campus.…

Arizona Department of Public Safety Officers once again distributed Christmas bears to hospitalized children this season. …
Sedona doctor studies killers

When two women disappeared from a lake party just outside of Seattle in July of 1974, detectives called on Dr. John Liebert to develop a criminal profile of the possible kidnappers.…

Tales from an early Sedona Christmas

Some people are still around to remember Sedona’s early days, long before its incorporation and long before waves of tourists threatened to outnumber its inhabitants — a time when families farmed the land to survive and always got together on Christmas Eve.…

In spite of receiving a stern lecture on entitlement law and policy from Bill Ring, a Flagstaff land use attorney, Sedona’s Planning and Zoning Commissioners did not approve Paul Galloway’s Piñon Drive project.…
In a press release on Dec. 13, ILX Resorts announced that it will not pay the last quarterly installment of its $0.50 per share annual dividend for the calendar year 2007. …

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