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Nonprofit groups that feed the poor, support animal welfare or protect human rights are easily recognized as charities, but many “charitable” organizations that enjoy exemption from federal income tax don’t fit the generally-held image.

The Sedona-Oak Creek Airport Authority is one of those.…

NASA navigator writes our doom

Tony Taylor has had a long career with NASA, and has now released a novel that uses his experiences navigating space as the basis for adventure, titled “The Darkest Side of Saturn: Odyssey of a Reluctant Prophet of Doom.”…

Moriarty projected to win Sedona mayor; Home Rule passes


Sandra "Sandy" Moriarty is projected to be the next mayor of Sedona, based on preliminary poll results posted at 2:26 a.m. on Tuesday, Wed. 27, defeating Cliff Hamilton.

Moriarty garnered 1,312 votes (407 in Coconino County and 905 in Yavapai County) while Hamilton…

Price pays bills and keeps a 4.0 entering senior year

Summer Price has had hard days in the past, but with them behind her she now intends to put her energy into helping others.

Price, a senior at Sedona Red Rock High School, moved with her family to the area after their home in Phoenix was foreclosed on during the recession.…

Tarmac work gets underway, cancels Airport Day

It’s been called America’s most scenic airport. But even the most scenic of airports needs a little TLC now and again.

Work began Monday, Aug. 18, on the reconstruction of more than seven acres of asphalt on Sedona Airport’s aircraft parking ramp, which surrounds the terminal building.…

P&Z OKs Tlaquepaque North

After a trio of public meetings, site visits and numerous hours of discussion and planning, Tlaquepaque North received the green light to proceed with construction.

By a unanimous vote on Tuesday, Aug. 19, the Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission approved a development review for the 1.065-acre project on the north side of State Route 179 across from the existing development.…

Artists are invited to teach in Sedona classroom series

Budget cuts often focus on areas of art in schools nationwide but in Sedona, the city has created a program to help bring the arts back to center stage.

Nancy Lattanzi, arts and culture coordinator for the city of Sedona, is asking experienced artists to apply to be one of the next Artists in the Classroom.

The series features international music, screenwriting and other specific art programs that aren’t offered at many public schools, no matter the budget.…

City prepares for Tuesday election

It’s guaranteed that there will be four new faces on the Sedona City Council this fall. But first things first.

The primary election is set for Tuesday, Aug. 26, at which time voters will be asked to elect three new councilmembers and a new mayor.…

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