Aug 30 Chamber shares plans for future
USA Today called Sedona the most beautiful place in America in May 2003. That may have come as little surprise to the millions who visit the area each year. It’s the job of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce to inform those who may not be aware of tha...
Aug 29 3 of the top 4 spenders win seats
Money can't buy love, but can it buy votes? The answers, as revealed by this week's election for Sedona Mayor and City Council, are: Yes, no and maybe.
Aug 29 3 of the top 4 spenders win seats
Money can’t buy love, but can it buy votes? The answers, as revealed by this week’s election for Sedona Mayor and City Council, are: Yes, no and maybe. Yes, Angela LeFevre spent the most and won a seat on council and, yes, Jon Thompson — the secon...
Aug 28 Red Rock Pass fees waived
Enjoy Labor Day weekend in Sedona for less, thanks to the Red Rock Ranger District waiving the fee to enter the park.
Aug 28 Day signs book on saving mustangs
H. Alan Day is coming to Sedona's Well Read Coyote to sign copies and answer questions about his newest book, "The Horse Lover: A Cowboy's Quest to Save the Wild Mustangs."
Aug 28 You're invited to the 2014 Reigning Cats & Dogs Gala
Calling all animal lovers: The signature animal welfare event of the year, the Yavapai Humane Society 's Reigning Cats & Dogs Gala celebration, is fast approaching.
Aug 27 Archaeology center receives conservation qualification
CAMP VERDE The Verde Valley Archaeology Center has received a major endorsement of its conservation efforts and abilities in a Conservation Assessment report from staff of the Arizona State Museum.
Aug 27 Hikes, Walks and Lecture in September at Red Rock State Park
In September 2014, Red Rock State Park will host the monthly Moonlight Hike, Geology Hike and Dr. Kennard Bork will speak about the how Sedona's red rocks were formed.
Aug 27 Republicans locked in tight race for Arizona's 1st District
Republicans vying for a chance to unseat Democratic Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick in the 1st Congressional District are locked in a tight race.
Aug 26 Moriarty projected to win Sedona mayor; Home Rule passes
Sandra "Sandy" Moriarty is projected to be the next mayor of Sedona, based on preliminary poll results posted at 9:44 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 26, defeating Cliff Hamilton.
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