Jan 25 OLLI director chronicles trek to city
Robin Weeks, director of Yavapai College’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in the Verde Valley and Sedona, laughed when asked what brought him to Sedona. “Sedona brought me to Sedona, like everyone else,” he said. A big hiker and nature enthusia...
Jan 24 City prepared for winter flooding
Following last spring's Slide Fire, which scorched 21,227 acres in Oak Creek Canyon, the concern for flooding during the monsoon was extremely high.
Jan 24 MATFORCE pizza box topper contest winners named; receive gift cards
Special to the Courier Youth from Yavapai County spoke out against underage drinking by entering the annual MATFORCE Pizza Box Topper Contest. The theme for the contest was "Say No to Underage Drinking."
Jan 23 Scorpions' soccer seniors make last stand in Sedona
Five Sedona Red Rock High School seniors may be honored like survivors at their final girls soccer home game Friday, Jan. 23, but they will all be playing together, healthy for one final home game against Page High School at 5 p.m. Both head coach...
Jan 22 'Paco' powers soccer battle for home playoff berth
Senior Jose Aviles-Moya’s rebound goal off junior Francisco Hernandez-Perez’s penalty kick wasn’t enough to overcome Sedona Red Rock High School’s two-goal deficit to Mingus Union High School. The 2-1 loss in 26 minutes Saturday, Jan. 17, was the ...
Jan 22 Scorpions stay in playoff hunt with win
Sedona Red Rock High School recovered from an 11-point loss at its cross-Verde Valley rival to stay in the hunt for a postseason playoff berth with a 10-point sectional road win of its own Saturday, Jan. 17. “I think we can make it to State, for s...
Jan 21 City officials rein in trail-ride business
City officials have put Horsin' Around Sedona out to pasture. The nascent trail-riding business at the Sedona Municipal Airport was found to be in violation of the city code because it's a private commercial enterprise and not allowed under "commu...
Jan 21 Download e-books from library
It might surprise some, but visiting the Sedona Public Library in person is not necessary to check out many of the library's books.
Jan 20 Feds seek vandals of Sedona prehistoric site
Feds trying to ID vandals at Sedona prehistoric site Federal investigators are trying to identify three people thought to have vandalized a prehistoric archaeological site near Sedona. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1BBi0p3 I...
Jan 20 Council shares its wish list
After nearly 12 hours of discussion - stretched over three meetings - the Sedona City Council narrowed down its wish list for the next two years.
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