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A person’s No. 1 source of local news is still the newspaper.…

City Council members can’t ignore office when it suits them

Imagine you get a knock at the door and open it to find Barack Obama, asking to talk to you as just a private citizen.

Do you talk about the series finale of “Breaking Bad” or do you discuss National Security Agency spying, Obamacare and Congressional gridlock? More importantly, at any point, do you believe you’re not talking to the president of the United States?…

Help a high school senior by funding a college scholarship

College isn’t cheap. The annual tuition for an incoming freshman last year was $9,216 at Northern Arizona University, $9,722 at Arizona State University and $10,043.58 at the University of Arizona.

However, you can help offset those costs for a local high school senior by…

‘How do I get a news story into your newspaper?’

In the February issue of Editor & Publisher magazine, Tim Gallagher, the retired Pulitzer Prize-winning editor and publisher of The Albuquerque Tribune and the Ventura County Star, wrote a column “The Monday Morning Quarterback” about what he would do differently if he returned to the news industry.…

Yavapai College’s 10-year plan aims to rob Verde Valley

The 10-year plan recently released by Yavapai College is great — for students living in Prescott and Prescott Valley. Nearly $103 million in capital improvements and programs are scheduled for the other side of the mountain. Students in Prescott will also have access to a host of new programs because the Yavapai College board has decided to spend the next decade gutting programs in Sedona and Clarkdale as well as Chino Valley.…

Good luck to all the runners in the Sedona Marathon

For nine years, runners from around the world have laced up their sneakers and hit the asphalt of West Sedona to compete in the annual Sedona Marathon.

Athletes young and old will run one of four races, anywhere from a short 5 kilometers to a full marathon of 26.2 miles — or 42.195 kilometers — on Saturday, Feb. 2.


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