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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…

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.…

Art Break Day invites creativity

The Sedona Arts Center invites the public to slip away from the daily grind and join Art Break Day.

Art Break Day is a worldwide event celebrated in more than 30 cities. The event takes place the first Friday of every September — this year being Sept. 5 — and will happen in Sedona at the SAC from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.…

Volunteers unite to help cleanup

One person described it as a swarm of yard-cleaning locusts. It would be hard to disagree.

Within 90 minutes, a group of nearly 70 volunteers from the city of Sedona, Sedona Fire District and the vast majority from the company Aerotek, cleaned two yards that were in disrepair.…

Two flavors of events set to thunder into Verde Valley

September in the Verde Valley is home to a pair of big events for the city of Cottonwood, the annual Rhythm & Ribs celebration and the Thunder Valley Rally, an event which draws motorcyclists from all over to Old Town and beyond.

This year, the rib event is going by a slight change of name, the Rhythm & Ribs Country Music Festival is set for Friday and Saturday, Sept. 5 and 6.…

Armstrong’s passion is helping children in need

Laila Ghali Armstrong isn’t a stranger to interviews, or much else for that matter.

Originally from Egypt, Armstrong has lived an international life, spending significant time in the United Arab Emirates and Japan, among other nations, before coming to Sedona.…

Moriarty earns mayor’s seat

Sandy Moriarty is no stranger to serving on the Sedona City Council. But this time, she’ll be moving a couple seats over.

By a slim margin, it appears Moriarty will be Sedona’s next mayor after being a member of the city’s first appointed City Council in 1988 just after incorporation.…

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