Bicycling isn’t only for children, and in May, the League of American Bicyclists encourages everyone to bring out their two-wheelers to celebrate National Bike Month.
It appears the Sedona Fire District Governing Board and staff are moving toward middle ground.
The approval of the fiscal year 2011-12 budget indicates the board is keeping its promise of fiscal responsibility while not completely ignoring recommendations from the professionals.
More people in Arizona want a voice at the polls.
Recent numbers released by Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett show an increase of 63,307 people in voter registration statewide since the general election in 2010.
There are now 3,209,725 registered voters in Arizona. The total population of Arizona is 6,392,017, according to the 2010 U.S. census.
Larson Newspapers Advertising Director Kyle Larson and I revealed what goes on behind the scenes at our three community newspapers last week during the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute’s new series, Lunch & Learn.
Our readers know we send a reporter and photographer out to cover meetings, events and human interest stories, but they wanted to know how we pick which we’ll cover, our policies and decision-making processes for news releases and letters to the editor.
What does it mean to be a Sedona resident? What defines the lifestyle of a Sedonan?
Each year the Sedona Red Rock News attempts to answer those questions with the publication of our annual magazine, Lifestyles of Sedona, and each year it’s a new adventure.
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 threatened the choke off all the other Great Lakes.