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It will take less than 80 hours for the Green Hornet to buzz across the nation.

“You know ‘Around the World in 80 Days?’ We’re going to be able to go around the nation in under 80 hours,” Conrad Teitell said.…

Most of Oak Creek Canyon to reopen

This summer, Coconino National Forest managers, along with the City of Sedona, Sedona Fire District, Coconino and Yavapai Counties and State partners, have worked diligently to assess and mitigate hazards caused by the Slide Fire in Oak Creek Canyon. On Wednesday, Oct. 1, most of the National Forest in Oak Creek Canyon will reopen.…

Community forum seeks input on substance abuse solutions

Sedona Mayor Rob Adams marked his 20th year of sobriety Sunday, Sept. 21, and is working to make it easier for others to help themselves or loved ones follow that path.

Adams stopped by the Sedona Red Rock News offices on Sept. 19 to discuss substance abuse in Sedona and next week’s Community Solutions Forum.…

Guajardo puts ink to skin at parlor

Adrian Guajardo was laying out some new merchandise in his tattoo parlor in the Village of Oak Creek. He owns the shop and said that things have been going well. Recently, he said he was able to acquire some more square-footage for the parlor, allowing him to move beyond solely creating tattoos.…

City searches for new manager

The USS Sedona will soon have a new captain at the helm — but not as soon as some had hoped.

In August, Sedona City Manager Tim Ernster informed the City Council that he would be leaving his position in early February, and would be submitting his formal resignation letter in November.…

Council candidates essays posted for upcoming election

With the general election coming up on Tuesday, Nov. 4, the Sedona Red Rocks Newsis posting the two City Council candidates essays and Q&A from our print editions to better educate voters on their stances. These are as they ran in the Aug. 8 and July…

Barbara’s park contract awarded

If this were a beloved children’s book, the Barbara Antonsen Memorial Park could definitely be “The Little Engine That Could.”

After years of planning, design and a major setback, the outdoor entertainment pavilion is back on track. During its Tuesday, Sept. 23, meeting, the Sedona City Council approved a design contract with Westlake Reed Leskosky in the amount of $117,000.…

Council picks two for college board

The Yavapai College District Governing Board requested the Sedona City Council help find a local voice for its Verde Valley Advisory Committee. They did that, but only after a bit of confusion when it came time to vote for whom they wanted.…

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