Jul 29 Trying to share Monument Valley without ruining it
Harold Simpson lets loose a high-pitched wail that breaks the desert silence, an emotional unleashing that harks back to his colorful past here: The whoop echoes off Rain God Mesa and two other red-rock behemoths that jut purposefully from the land.
Jul 27 Haney dreams of act under Big Top
Kaitlin Haney is looking to get moving. Haney, a barista in West Sedona, came to the area when she was a sophomore in high school, and she said that she still misses her old home.
Jul 25 Cottonwood man arrested for alleged sex crimes in San Tan Valley
SAN TAN VALLEY, Ariz. A Cottonwood man was arrested for sex crimes that he allegedly committed in San Tan Valley.
Jul 25 Architect Magazine
The American Institute of Architects is revamping its board, shrinking the roster from about 50 people to no more than 16. And that's just the beginning.
Jul 25 Yavapai College's stepped up community relations efforts mollify Cl...
Mayor Doug Von Gausig: 'I'm not convinced that the town of Clarkdale is being underserved by anything that Yavapai College is doing,' VVN/Vyto Starinskas Council Member Bill Regner: 'This resolution is perhaps not totally necessary, but it does se...
Jul 24 Victims of Fay Canyon plane crash identified
The pilot of the small plane that crashed Sunday afternoon in Fay Canyon outside Sedona has been identified by his father as a Flagstaff man.
Jul 24 Shellbrook teenage girl identified among four killed in Arizona pla...
An undercover police operation in another city is what allowed police to finally crack the cold case of Isho Hana's murder 10 years ago in Saskatoon .
Jul 24 Dean examines trust and leadership issues
Northern Arizona University’s Summer Seminar Series came to Sedona on Wednesday, July 16, at the Mary D. Fisher Theater, with speaker Craig Van Slyke, dean and professor of computer information systems at the W.A. Franke College of Business at NAU...
Jul 24 Candidates ‘speed date’ at forum
It was called speed dating for candidates. On Wednesday, July 23, the League of Women Voters hosted a candidates forum for those seeking seats on the Sedona City Council but with a bit of a twist.
Jul 24 Dean examines trust and leadership issues
Northern Arizona University 's Summer Seminar Series came to Sedona on Wednesday, July 16, at the Mary D. Fisher Theater, with speaker Craig Van Slyke, dean and professor of computer information systems at the W.A. Franke College of Business at NA...
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