Oct 19 Rebecca Helgesen spins her gem of a yarn
Rebecca Helgesen recently took over a yarn store in West Sedona. The store’s previous owners were leaving and Helgesen, along with many other customers, were worried that the store might close.
Oct 18 College approves new programs
The Yavapai College Board Tuesday approved, by a 5-0 vote, proposed new certificate programs for Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance as part of the College's Radiologic Technology program. Board Chair Ray Sigafoos appointed District 3 Board...
Oct 17 College set to build direct connect to 89A
Yavapai College will begin construction on an access road from its Sedona campus to State Route 89A in early November, a project estimated to be completed by February, according to the school’s District Governing Board.
Oct 16 Letters: Work your mind, warm your heart
Your local AARP Foundation Tax Aide sites are seeking volunteers for the upcoming tax season. We have sites in Camp Verde , Cottonwood, Flagstaff and Sedona.
Oct 16 City, KSB write dark-sky policy
In early August, Sedona became just the world's eighth dark-sky community as designated by the International Dark-Sky Association.
Oct 16 City, KSB write dark-sky policy
In early August, Sedona became just the world’s eighth dark-sky community as designated by the International Dark-Sky Association. As a way to ensure that distinction, the city has created a memorandum of understanding identifying and outlining th...
Oct 15 Candidate Rio Robson’s business under fire by city
Sedona officials issued a notice of violation Oct. 8 against Rio Robson’s family business, Son Silver West Gallery, two days before he withdrew as a candidate for Sedona City Council. Robson did not return a phone message by press time, so it’s un...
Oct 14 Rio Robson quits election
Citing dirty politics as one of the reasons, Sedona City Council candidate Rio Robson has pulled out of the race. In a letter hand-delivered on Friday, Oct. 10, to the Sedona Red Rock News, Robson wrote that in the past several months there has be...
Oct 13 Yavapai College board to take up medical technology, high school pr...
Scott Orr The Daily Courier CLARKDALE - The Yavapai College Governing Board will consider new medical technology programs and will hear an update on a proposed program to acclimate high school graduates to college life at its monthly meeting Tuesd...
Oct 11 VVN wins 10 newspaper awards
In the company's non-daily division, first place in the video competition went to staff reporter Jon Hutchinson for his video on Alpaca Zac. The newspaper also won a first-place award for headline writing.
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