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Two administrators will not improve students’ education

Imagine Congress decided to create the position of second president. The new president would serve on par with the old one, signing bills and making policy speeches and state visits. Congress would build a new White House on the south side of the National Mall…

Hasty coverage on crash proves value of accurate reports

In the news business, accuracy should always outweigh expediency.
As the weekend wound down, I got a phone call and two text messages in quick sequence just before 4 p.m. Sunday, July 20, all informing me of a new fire to the northwest of Sedona.…

When running for office, don’t yell at voters' children

During election season, voters are used to seeing candidates doing dumb things to win office. Stupid comments, gaffes and awkward videos go viral and guillotine campaigns. But at least such foolishness doesn’t happen in our Arizona Congressional District 1 — until Wednesday — when Arizona…

Slide Fire exhibition shows how we turn tragedy into art

This weekend, the Sedona Arts Center partnered with the Rotary Club of Sedona and the Rotary of the Red Rocks to show even tragedy can be reclaimed as art.

The clubs and the arts center unveiled a temporary exhibit, The Slide Fire Story, which we previewed on our front page on Friday, July 11, and feature in today’s newspaper.…

Every single vote matters, especially in local elections

In previous years, Sedona City Council elections would kick off in March and conclude in May. The council election was also divorced from other ballots, meaning Sedona voters had one campaign on which to decide.

This year, thanks to changes implemented by Arizona state legislators, almost all elections have been moved to November, meaning local elections are on the same ballot as national races.…

Response to flood warnings seems to outweigh real risk

Some 2,600 years ago, a Greek author penned short moral tales, making it easier for his mainly illiterate nation of sailors, farmers and herders to pass along common sense wisdom to their children.

We still know his name — Aesop — because after all those centuries, the universal wisdom of his stories is still relevant and worth reciting.…

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