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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.


Construction of Camp Soaring Eagle, a summer camp for children with life threatening illnesses, will soon begin near Verde Valley School’s Village of Oak Creek campus. …

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