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Lack of creek access at 7.8 acres of creek-front property offered to the city became the deciding factor for Sedona City Council to not accept the land.…
The Creekwalk may be built and the Barbara Antonsen Memorial Park may be completed sooner as the city of Sedona scrambles to comply with requirements attached to approximately $650,000 it received from the state for the Sedona Cultural Park. …
More than 120 Sedona and Verde Valley residents turned out Sept. 6 for the memorial service for Sophia Tarila, coordinator of the Osher Life Long Learning Institute, who died Aug. 8. …
ADOT saves a few more trees

Arizona Department of Transportation now plans to remove fewer than six trees with a trunk diameter of greater than 18 inches after meeting with local groups set on saving trees along Hwy. 179.…

 The conflict is as old as education whether public or private: sports versus the arts.

In a state that is dead last in education funding, the conflict grows even sharper because local school districts need more money from the community to make up for the lack of state support.…

The first hearing in a trial preceding for a Village of Oak Creek man accused of sexual assault, kidnapping and sexual abuse is set for Monday, Oct. 1. …
It’s possible, that at this moment, Andrew Castillo-Cockrum is reading this same article. It’s possible that he’s reading the article with scissors in hand and at the ready to cut it out for a piece of memorabilia. …
Sierra Club joins fight to save Hwy. 179 trees

The Sierra Club, a lead national environmental advocacy group, decided to tangle itself in the effort to save trees from construction along Hwy. 179.…

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