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Sedona community comes together as the Slide Fire burns

Tragedy unites communities like nothing else. Right now, the world is watching the Slide Fire burn in Oak Creek Canyon.

As of the most recent update, more than 820 firefighters and first responders are on the scene, trying to establish fire lines to prevent this…

SRRHS graduates need community’s help for university

On Tuesday, May 13, local philanthropists, business owners, nonprofit directors and individuals handed out scholarships to roughly 50 seniors from Sedona Red Rock High School.

The Sedona Red Rock News was among the donors, giving a $500 journalism scholarship to Allexxa Brooks, one of the co-editors-in-chief of The Sting, the SRRHS student newspaper.…

Voicing opinions is the fundamental right of our republic

Last week, feature reporter and Coffee Talk columnist   Corwin Gibson received an email from a local nonprofit  director in regard to one of his columns.

Our news reporters cover meetings, events and other items, requiring them to obtain on-the-record quotes, documents and official statements prior to writing their stories.…

Brief rain doesn’t alleviate potential risk from wildfires

The brief rain storm late Wednesday, May 7, brought about 0.1 inches of rain to Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek. While Wednesday’s rain — and the rain and snow flurry on April 26 — were refreshing breaks from the otherwise dry spring, the fact remains that 2014 is shaping up to be a dry year.…

May 11 marks the 100th anniversary of Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 11, and happens to be the 100th anniversary of the holiday being celebrated nationwide.

Efforts to create a holiday honoring mothers date back to the 1870s, and the current incarnation dates back to Anna Jarvis’ efforts 1908.…

Station 6 opening is final chapter in long Sedona saga

Take note, nonprofit organizers and all those who host community events in Sedona, the key to a high turnout is free pancakes.

That bit of wisdom comes courtesy of the Sedona Fire District, which used the flat batter breakfast staple to bring out more than 350 people on a Saturday morning, notable for being the only day in April with wet, near-freezing weather and a freak sprinkling of snow to the high country overlooking Sedona. Pancakes prove irresistible despite the worst weather, but the event was far more significant.…

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