Oct 25 Rugs that keep on giving
Rugs that keep on giving The art of rugs looms on Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1tU3whf More than 200 years after David Neishabori's great-, great-, great-grandfather made a living trading wool in what is now Azerbaijan, the...
Oct 24 Historic Dr. Williamson House may become B&B
It's been simply known as the Dr. Williamson House for years and is even listed as a Sedona historic landmark.
Oct 24 Historic Dr. Williamson House may become B&B
It’s been simply known as the Dr. Williamson House for years and is even listed as a Sedona historic landmark. But soon, it may have another distinction. Debra Beck, the owner of the home, has submitted an application to use the house, located on ...
Oct 24 Carnival raises funds for school
It’s probably the only place where people can have fun in jail. West Sedona School is getting ready for its largest fundraiser of the year, the annual Wildcat Carnival, which will be held at the school campus on Saturday, Oct. 25, from 11 a.m. to ...
Oct 24 City may allow alcohol at parks
The city of Sedona has a strict policy when it comes no alcohol consumption on city property, including its parks. However, that could change but with specific restrictions. The topic will be up for discussion during the Sedona City Council’s Tues...
Oct 23 Collins’ group helps disabled
Rachel Collins has created a support group for people with disabilities called the Northern Arizona Disability Support Group, which will have its first meeting at the Sedona Community Center on Saturday, Nov. 8, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The group’s ...
Oct 22 Maria Dancing Heart to speak at Changing Hands and offer seminar in...
Maria Dancing Heart Hoaglund shares a review of her first book, "The Last Adventure of Life." You are invited to look into this book that will open your life in amazing ways to the experience that none of us can escape her on earth.
Oct 22 Adams gives final address as mayor
Seeming relaxed and at times choking back tears, Mayor Rob Adams gave his fourth and final State of the City address a little more than a month before he leaves office.
Oct 21 City mulls ATV traffic solutions
Off-road enthusiasts come to Sedona for the same reasons as hikers and bikers and eques-trians. But unlike the latter three, the city of Sedona and U.S. Forest Service receive a far greater number of complaints when it comes to motorized vehicles ...
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...
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