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Park statue honors local women

On Wednesday, June 11, a groundbreaking ceremony began work on a new statue in the Jack Jamesen Memorial Park called “Cornerstone of Freedom.”

The project is coordinated by the Friends of Jack Jamesen Memorial Park Honoring Women Committee. The statue was created by local sculptor…

Anita Rosenfield needs a kidney

Village of Oak Creek resident Anita Rosenfield has been juggling a busy schedule between her generous work with Sedona Women, the Sedona Jewish Film Festival and the Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley, doing what she can to give back to the community, including providing scholarships to local students through the Helen Wolfe Scholarship Committee.…

Circle ignites debate on wildfire prevention

In the wake of the Slide Fire, Sedona residents have been left with questions regarding how such a fire was started, how it could be prevented and what purpose the forest serves the community.

These questions were the central topic of the first of what will be four Sedona Philosophy Circle Summer Conversations, scheduled to run through the month of June.…

Sedona man finds himself in a bit of a pickle at Sunset Park

Bob McCormick is all about pickleball.

“It’s the fastest-growing sport in the nation,” he said after going a few rounds with some new players at Sunset Park. “We’re real excited about the game and it’s a great sport.”…

Splash park fills on opening day

As the mercury nears 100 degrees, the city of Sedona’s newest addition is a welcomed sight for many.

On Thursday, June 5, the new splash pad at Sunset Park opened to plenty of excitement from its users as well as plenty of smiles from parents and those who helped make it happen.…

Justice O’Connor, Coor want to involve voters in primary

With former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor in attendance, the chairman of The Arizona We Want Institute encouraged Verde Valley residents and leaders to promote more citizen involvement in the political process and press candidates about their vision for the state.…

Photographer offers field advice

Jennifer Wu almost didn’t make it to her own event, or at least that’s what a comedic sketch portrayed just before she frantically arrived on stage.

Wu was Canon’s keynote speaker at the Sedona PhotoFest on Thursday, June 5, at the Sedona Performing Arts Center.…

Firefighters relive blaze’s start

They were three of the first Sedona Fire District personnel to arrive on the scene of the Slide Fire, which would become one of the largest the Sedona area and the Coconino National Forest has ever seen.…

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