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Some advice for the graduating class of 2013

To the graduating class of 2013,  as you are soon to leave high school, I offer some advice. Take what you need:

Wear sunscreen. I heard that in a Baz Luhrmann song and it still makes sense.

“Youth is wasted on the young” is a…

Sedona’s graduates need community’s help for college

This week, local philanthropists, businesses and nonprofits handed out scholarships to more than 40 seniors soon to graduate from Sedona Red Rock High School.

The Sedona Red Rock News was among the donors, giving a $500 scholarship to Kathleen Ritter, a talented student journalist of…

Mars One project raises questions about selflessness

This weekend, emigration was again in the news, but on a far larger scale than ever before.

Mars One, a Dutch nonprofit affiliated with several European for-profit media companies, has a plan to send astronauts to Mars by 2023 and set up a permanent colony.…

Internet trolls have no sanctuary in our web comments

Sometimes the journalism business is a lonely one. We attend meetings, show up at car accidents and rescues, or meet with the subjects of our features, but our writing takes place at our newsroom and once the story starts rolling off the press, we hope…

Resolve to attend a local festival new to you this spring

Spring is festival season in the Verde Valley.

Beginning with the Sedona Marathon and Camp Verde’s Pecan, Wine & Antique Festival in early February, the season hits full steam after the Sedona International Film Festival with events including History of the Soldier and Verde Valley…

The confiscation of Open Studios signs wasn’t malicious

Last weekend, the Sedona Visual Artists’ Coalition held its annual Open Studios, inviting Sedona residents and visitors to get up close and personal with artists in their home studios.

We published SVAC’s press release in our April 26 edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.…

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