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In 1966, the United States government passed the landmark Freedom of Information Act, which mandated how information from government agencies would and should be provided to American citizens. The law initially applied to federal law of the executive branch but was later extended to the…

Ebola is devastating West Africa but not a risk in Arizona

Over the weekend, a resident asked why we had not yet published a story about the threat of the Ebola virus.

News about the disease has been splashed across front pages of national newspapers and on the tongues of cable news broadcasters. The stories and photos are horrible, but Arizona and most of the world is not currently at risk.…

Sedona teens need safe space to grow, avoid drug abuse

As the editor of a small-town newspaper, I find myself privy to all sorts of stories and information, some legitimate, some merely gossip, sent to me though official channels like emails, text messages and voicemails but also off-the-record, at grocery stores, parties, bars, coffee shops or going about my daily errands around town, off the clock but always on duty.…

Take a trip into the recently reopened Oak Creek Canyon

We received a joint press release Tuesday, Sept. 30, from six government agencies announcing Oak Creek Canyon would open Wednesday, Oct. 1.

For anyone new to Sedona, these agencies closed the canyon in the aftermath of the 21,227-acre Slide Fire, the largest-ever wildfire in the Verde Valley and one of the largest ever in Coconino County.…

Voter registration shows that rhetoric falling on deaf ears

The Arizona Secretary of State’s Office released voter registration numbers last week, which reflected the makeup of state’s electorate at the time of the Aug. 26 primary election — the number of independent voters now outnumbers those registered with the major political parties.…

Vote on Scottish independence may affect entire world

On Thursday morning in Europe — late Wednesday Arizona time — polls opened in Scotland as the region’s 5 million people went to the polls to vote on independence.

Scots are looking at formally ending the 307-year Act of Union that joined the Kingdom of Scotland and the Kingdom of England.…

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