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Businesses in Sedona are hoping the Super Bowl pigskin will fill piggy banks in the red rocks.

To that end, Sedona’s Chamber of Commerce has big banners hanging in Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport that tout hiking, American Indian culture, geological history, natural beauty, art…

Red rocks catalogue Earth's traumas

With just about 3 million visitors a year, Sedona gets nearly as much traffic as the Grand Canyon.

Why? Among other things, people come to see the extraordinary rock formations.…

Creek floods; woman saved

While Sedona escaped disaster as steady rain pounded the Verde Valley over the weekend, Oak Creek reached capacity near Page Springs spilling over into a mobile home park and stranding a woman.…

As a publicly traded company with a significant employee presence at its Los Abrigados Resort & Spa property in Sedona, ILX Resorts is one of the drivers of the local economy. …
P&Z studies 50-unit complex

Fifty-nine old pinkish-beige mobile homes are scheduled for removal from a creekside location as soon as plans for a new development are approved by the Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission.…

ADOT eyes Sedona for bike-safe test

Sedona may be the test pilot for a state-funded program intended to increase bicycle and pedestrian safety awareness.

The Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety recently awarded funding to the Arizona Department of Transportation for the development of a Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Awareness Campaign.…

The Sedona City Planning and Zoning Commission met Tuesday, Dec. 4, to hear architect Rick Crandall describe the design of a monolithic dome planned for the Barbara Antonsen Memorial Park’s performing arts stage. …
Laugh again with Robert Dubac

Rather than merely hurling a barrage of shallow one-liners and disjointed non sequiturs at his audiences, comedian Robert Dubac prefers a more gradual, thoughtful approach to comedy.

He’s performed his one-man act “The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?” for sold-out audiences throughout the country, including here in Sedona, where he’s been asked to return for a series of encore performances, beginning on Friday, Dec. 7, at the Canyon Moon Theatre, in the Village of Oak Creek.


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