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Mr. Mayor, we are willing to do a story showing your side

Let’s see if we got this straight.

Sedona Mayor Rob Adams said in an ethics meeting last Friday that he was going to resign after he walked out of the Sedona City Council meeting on Aug. 14, but his wife and others talked him out…

Communities must do what it takes to fight breast cancer

Cancer affects us all. Few of us can say we don’t know someone in our family or close circle of friends who has not been diagnosed with cancer.

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, coordinated by numerous cancer organizations, who aim to fight this…

Arizona shouldn’t have to pay federal bills to open parks

The federal government shutdown ended in a whimper Wednesday, Oct. 16, as Republicans and Democrats in Congress finally settled on a deal to reopen the government, which had been closed for 16 days. Federal workers, including many working on federal lands around Sedona, will now…

History Edition in today’s newspaper explores city’s past

In today’s edition of the Sedona Red Rock News, you’ll find a special section, the Red Rock Country History Edition.

This year’s History Edition is a collaboration with the Sedona Heritage Museum, with the stories written by Janeen Trevillyan and Rita Reger.

In celebration of…

Help your schools, Vote YES on the Budget Override

I highly encourage you to vote YES for the Budget Increase Override.

Education is one of the best investments we can make for ourselves and for our children. It is an investment in the future. It pays off in countless dividends: for us, for our children and for our society. If we hope to maintain or improve the quality of life in our community and continue to prosper as a city, then the best schools we can offer are essential.…

Federal shutdown is devastating for economy & future

Last week, our country's leaders did the unreasonable: Through their refusal to negotiate or compromise over policy, the federal government shut down.

Federal workers from all departments, ranging from NASA, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the U.S. Forest Service and even civilian workers with the U.S. Department of Defense were furloughed until the members of Congress settle their squabble. Most political fights in Washington, D.C., stay there, but this failure affects us all.…

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