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Firefighter battles cancer

Firefighters put their lives on the line almost every day to save others. But now, one of their own is in the fight of his life.

For the better part of last two years, Sedona firefighter Travis Powell has battled chronic lymphocytic leukemia, a type…

Youth artists learn green lessons

Last Friday, artists of all ages were welcome to celebrate Art Break Day at the Sedona Arts Center.

The SAC joined the event which is celebrated in 30 communities worldwide.…

City warns bar over noise issue

Noise has been an issue for quite some time and now the city is warning that it will soon take action.

The problem stems from noise coming from the patio and stage area outside of the Martini Bar and Szechuan restaurant, which is part of the Old Marketplace in West Sedona.…

Cutshaw won’t freeze when life throws a curve

Christopher Cutshaw is the warm smile that greets customers coming in for a cold treat on most days of the week.

Cutshaw is the director of operations at a local frozen yogurt business. A graduate of Mingus Union High School last year, he said he only recently earned his new title.…

Authors develop book in workshop

Here’s a novel idea.

One Book AZ’s deadline is fast approaching and more than two dozen area authors came to the Sedona Public Library on Saturday, Aug. 30, to work on their ideas.…

Enjoy campout at park

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.

That’s the philosophy of the staff of Sedona Parks and Recreation Department, who will be playing host to a community campout after having to cancel it earlier this summer due to fire restrictions in and around the city.…

Chief clears air on SWAT vehicle

Those who attended last month’s National Night Out in Sedona saw something most had never seen before and may never see again.

Standing more than 10 feet tall and painted all black, Verde Valley Regional SWAT’s mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicle — or MRAP — is an imposing sight.…

Cellular phone ban now law

A new city code approved by the Sedona City Council restricting the use of portable communication devices while driving became effective Aug. 22. However, tickets aren’t expected to be issued for several months to ensure everyone is aware of the new law.…

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