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Not long after Ohio’s Cuyahoga River caught fire in 1969, our nation rallied to protect the Earth.

The first Earth Day in 1970 attracted an estimated 20 million to celebrate. Back then, Lake Erie was dying and sewage plants, refineries, steel plants and paper mills…

The first person I met from the Sedona Fire District was Fire Marshal Will Loesche.

I responded to a fire in Sedona Shadows on my first day as the Sedona Red Rock News’ city reporter to find Loesche leading a crew in the investigation of…

While preparing our first Green publication, which comes out at the end of the month, I’ve learned practices local businesses employ to lessen their footprint on the planet, and began thinking about what I and others can do individually.

With Earth Day also coming up, it seemed like an appropriate time to consider my efforts.

I first took stock of myself and my practices, because I’m a firm believer in practicing what I preach.…

When we become bogged down in the politics of the Sedona Fire District or the controversy surrounding the takeover of State Route 89A in West Sedona, it’s refreshing to look to our youth, who provide positivity and hope for the future.

Sedona residents are lucky to live in the Sedona-Oak Creek School District where Governing Board members, administration, teachers and staff always have the students in mind when making decisions, both easy and difficult.…

The Arizona state budget is becoming the continual nightmare waking us from our sleep in a cold sweat night after night.

It feels likes it’s never going to end and it gets worse each time it comes around.…

I occasionally eat lunch with the Sedona Fire District fire chief, and apparently some people in the community have a problem with that.

If those same people were at a West Sedona breakfast joint Thursday morning, March 31, they would have noticed I was eating breakfast with Mayor Rob Adams, as I do every single month.

Earlier this week I met with Sedona-Oak Creek School District Governing Board member Zach Richardson at my office. I didn’t have time to join him for lunch, but would have been happy to if it were possible.

I also meet with City Manager Tim Ernster on occasion to talk about the newspaper and what’s going on in his world.

That’s all part of my job.…

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