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City urged to fund traffic study

Just about everyone — from residents to visitors — agrees that Sedona has a serious problem when it comes to traffic. But the $64,000 question is, what can be done?

During the Thursday, July 31, Sedona Planning and Zoning meeting, the commissioners unanimously approved making…

Sen. Chester Crandell found dead

Navajo County Sheriff’s Department confirmed that state Sen. Chester Crandell died while horseback riding near his home Monday, Aug. 4.

Deputy Chief James Molesa said that the Crandell’s body was found by family members several hours after he’d left on his ride near Heber-Overgaard.…

Graduate likes Sedona but wants to travel

Holly Drotzmann is home for the summer, but soon she’ll be returning to college.

“I’m a student at Grand Canyon University,” she said. “So I’m going back there in late August.”…

Sedona poets take Copper State gold

Sedona is sending Arizona’s best team of performance poets to the National Poetry Slam next month.

The Sedona National Poetry Slam Team won the Copper State Poetry Slam, a statewide competition held in downtown Phoenix on Saturday and Sunday, July 26 and 27.…

Sedona students learn strings

Children in the Sedona area with an interest in string music have had the opportunity to grow their musical skills this week thanks to a summer music camp at Sedona Charter School.

The camp, hosted by Sedona Charter School strings director Kristina Beachell with help from fellow instructors Kari Barton of Flagstaff and Sedona Red Rock High School music teacher Courtney Yeates, started on Monday, July 28, and finishes Friday, Aug. 1, with 30 students of varying skill levels enrolled.…

Candidates get down to business

More than 80 people turned out for the third Sedona candidate forum of the season to hear what those running had to say about business and tourism in Sedona.

The forum was hosted by the Sedona Chamber of Commerce and featured mayoral candidates Cliff Hamilton and Sandy Moriarty as well as council candidates Ron Budnick, Scott Jablow, Tom Lamkin, Angela LeFevre, Robert O’Donnell, Rio Robson and Jon Thompson. Candidate Jerry Frey did not attend.…

Coil uses photos to train better firefighters

Jayson Coil has 20 years of experience fighting fires. That experience comes in handy as battalion chief for the Sedona Fire District.

The son of a U.S. Forest Service administrative officer, Coil grew up throughout the mountainous regions of the country, from Washington and Oregon to California.…

Trek ends with gay rights talk

rde Valley Pride and Human & Equal Rights Organizers — HERO — hosted a presentation on Thursday, July 24, at the Church of the Red Rocks.

The event marked the end of the Sedona leg of HERO’s seventh annual Equality Walk, a 10-day, 102-mile trek across the state of Arizona to raise awareness for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning/queer rights.…

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