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Missing persons reports don’t have to end tragically

Regular readers of the Sedona Red Rock News know the all-too-familiar story of an inexperienced or under-equipped hiker who takes one of our trails and gets lost in the wilderness.

Tourists, occasional visitors and even locals may look at the small geographic area of Sedona,…

Prevention keeps homes safe from merciless wildfires

Schultz, Brins, La Barranca, Wallow and Rodeo-Chediski are not the newest members of a city committee nor volunteers soon to be honored by a Sedona nonprofit — they’re the names of forest fires seared into the memory of Arizona residents.

The Brins Fire torched the…

City Council’s vote to kill commissions proves ‘epic fail’

Last week, the Sedona City Council voted 4-3 to eliminate its resident commissions.

If council doesn’t vote on the matter again, the Budget Oversight Commission, Historic Preservation Commission and the Arts & Culture Commission and its Art in Public Places Committee will cease to exist…

End of Studio Live  could have been thwarted by city

Studio Dead? Studio Deprived? Whichever pun you’ve heard regarding the recent announcement by Suzie Schomaker that Studio Live will be closing its doors at the end of June, it’s not the least bit humorous; it’s sad.

Sedona will be losing perhaps the most significant piece…

Answers to our newspapers’ most common questions

Our phones ring off the hook even when our offices are closed on weekends and holidays.

Readers always have questions ranging from, “Why did the council member take that position on this issue?” to “Do you know the phone number to City Hall?” to “When…

Help the victims hit by tornado May 20 in Oklahoma

During the last week of May, eighth-graders and high school seniors prepare for the pomp and circumstance of middle school promotion and high school graduation ceremonies around the country.

However, in Oklahoma, several devastating tornadoes swept through the state earlier this week, the biggest of…

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