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Steve Snyder has been to Europe and back researching his book, “Shot Down,” a nonfiction chronicle of events surrounding his father, Capt. Howard Snyder, and his crew after being shot down over enemy territory during World War II.…

Police host National Night Out

In 1984, Matt Peskin saw what was happening in the country and instead of sitting back and doing nothing, decided to make a difference.

“The crime rate was extraordinarily high, especially when it came to residential burglary,” he said last week from his Pennsylvania office.…

Cottonwood airport at risk of losing FAA funds due to leases

Bob Backus was doing what any businessman would do.

Cottonwood officials were trying to spur economic development that would generate tax revenue and create jobs.…

Four dead in plane crash that starts 20-acre Fay Canyon fire

A single-engine plane crashed in Fay Canyon, killing four aboard around 3:50 p.m., Sunday, July 20.

The crash ignited a 20-acre fire which is currently burning in Fay Canyon, west of Sedona in the Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness Area as of 5:30 p.m.,…

Sedona's Claire Pearson readies for National Poetry Slam

Claire Pearson is getting ready to compete in poetry at the national level.
“I’m competing at this poetry bout in Flagstaff on Saturday night,” she said.…

Neighbors voice concerns to P&Z over proposed CVS

Rarely do three little letters result is as much discussion as those on the proposed CVS store in Sedona.

Talk of the nationwide pharmacy building on vacant land at the intersection of State Route 89A and Airport Road began last fall.…

Oak Creek Canyon not threatened by 2,000-acre Willard Fire

Coconino National Forest officials believe lightning on Thursday, July 17, is the cause of a fire south of Flagstaff between Interstate 17 and Oak Creek Canyon, near the Willard Springs interchange.

Smoke could be seen from West Sedona, I-17, Sedona, Munds Park, Kachina Village and…

Wildman Phil’s animals entertain

Naturalist and humorist “Wildman” Phil Rakoci visited the Sedona Public Library on Tuesday morning, July 15, for a presentation of wild reptiles and arachnids.

Rakoci had a variety of snakes and lizards, as well as a tarantula and a scorpion, that he showed kids in the audience.…

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