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Boa blitzes for the border

A 10-foot-long boa, 1-foot in diameter, has scaled its cage and slithered away, according to trusted sources. It is unknown why the snake escaped, but escape experts claim breeding seasons corresponding with monsoon rains may have put out a dinner buffet too scrumptious to resist.…

Retail off to a shaky start as new fiscal year kicks off

The city of Sedona has released its monthly tax report for July, the first month of fiscal year 2014-15.

The general fund, which includes local sales tax, bed tax and state shared funds, collected approximately $1.1 million and spent roughly $1.2 million, leaving a negative balance of $85,995 for July.…

Veterans Hall of Fame inducting Schnur for years of service

Dr. Paul Schnur is well-known in the Verde Valley as a longtime physician but now he’s being recognized for something else.

Last month he was told that he was being inducted into the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Society for not only his time in the military but the work he’s done with veterans since then.…

Sedona firefighters install seats for children’s safety

Statistics show that nationwide, 73 percent of all car seats are installed incorrectly. The Sedona Fire District is doing its small part to help change that.

On Thursday, Sept. 18, SFD Fire Marshal Gary Johnson and Fire Inspector Kevin Sullivan spent the day installing more than 30 new car seats at West Sedona School for those families who qualify through the school’s Head Start program.…

Slide Rock reopens water access

Slide Rock State Park has finally reopened after months of closures.

Under a plan agreed upon by the Arizona State Parks department and the Coconino National Forest, Slide Rock State Park reopened most of its swim area to more than a thousand visitors Saturday, Sept. 20, at
8 a.m.…

Gifford helps others realize passion for hiking

Move over Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sedona has its own running man.

Adam Gifford, along with his wife Lindsay Scheiwiller, run two running stores in Sedona and are avid runners themselves.…

P&Z approves Marriott project

After nearly 2½ hours of discussion and questions and answers, the Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission gave its blessing for a proposed hotel project, which now will go before the City Council for final approval.

This was the third and final meeting at the P&Z level for the proposed Courtyard at Marriott, which would be located on the south side of State Route 89A between Park Place and Sedona Red Rock High School.…

Tlaquepaque hosts peace day

Peace may not always be hip, but in this case being square isn’t a bad thing.

Sedona is taking part in the International Day of Peace this Sunday, Sept. 21, at Tlaquepaque arts and crafts village. The day is celebrated by towns and cities big and small across the world. Everyone is invited to the free event.…

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