After a brief holiday break, condemnation and herbicide use top Sedona City Council’s agenda for its regular meeting Tuesday, Jan. 9, at 6 p.m.
Village of Oak Creek resident Judy Strubbe stares at a giant drill when she walks out her front door.
Sedona police officers arrested four people for DUI during a New Year’s Eve Task Force on Sunday, Jan. 31.
It is a paramedic’s job to care for people in need, but it’s not every day that a paramedic brings someone back to life.
The city of Sedona spent $12,291.78 on its 2006 holiday party for 168 staff and volunteers.
The Sedona police force plans to exercise “zero tolerance” regarding DUIs on New Year’s Eve, Sunday, Dec. 31, with saturation patrols.
Sustainability is the concept of making things last, Sedona Public Library Director David Keeber said.
An unidentified man wearing a “Scream mask” attempted to rob a fast food restaurant in the Village of Oak Creek at gun point.