Three weeks after a heart attack, Sedona Police Chief Joe Vernier returned to work part-time Monday, May 21. Vernier smiled across a table at Sedona Airport Restaurant on Monday. Vernier’s appearance and positive attitude hadn’t changed, but his outlook on life had.
Wednesday afternoon, with 21 students attentive in Sedona Red Rock High School’s freshman photography class, Sedona Red Rock News photographer Mal Cooper stood front and center open to question, comment and criticism.
Sedona Women “Dames Who Make a Difference” spent all year helping others, then, for one day, they helped themselves.
“It’s not just a bunch of women getting
together to gossip.”
Sedona Women member
Grief is a powerful emotion capable of altering people for the better or the worse. One Sedona woman, Gayle Taylor, has used hers to chalk one up for the aspiring artists. Taylor, the executive director of the Sedona Arts Festival, established the Larry G. Taylor Memorial Fund to honor her late husband.
Chelsea Heineck, 11, and Anna Watson, 11, stood next to their bicycles on a sunny morning, Tuesday, April 24. Heineck and Watson weren?t skipping school to ride their bikes biking was part of the day?s lesson plan.
Doug Blackwell was manipulating scientific gear in front of 25 attentive faces.
Ellie Haga turns her attention from her 1924 Type 35 Bugatti and squints through the glare of the morning?s rising sun. Less than 30 meters from her is a four-wheeled memory, a former pride and joy.