24 August 2019

Sedona Red Rock News Top Stories

AG clears city of wrongdoing 23 Aug 2019 | 3:53 am
 After a year-long investigation, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office cleared the city of Sedona of any wrongdoing regarding funding to the Sedona Chamber of Commerce.  In its findings, which were...
On Saturday, Aug. 24, at 3 p.m., the Literate Lizard Bookstore will host author/playwright Darielle Mac presenting her graphic novel, “Skooter Girl,” a fantasy adventure for young adults — and...
Sedona-Oak Creek School District has had its share of budget battles and cost cutting clashes. But despite a national growing trend to cut music educa­tion, SOCSD made arts and music...
Twenty-four years ago, the University of Arizona began a research and training location in the Verde Valley. Through the universi­ty’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the program, working with...
Hilton hearing delayed 21 Aug 2019 | 8:46 pm
The wait continues as to whether or not a proposed hotel in the Village of Oak Creek is granted a zone change. Late last week it was announced that a...
If a new permit program proposed by Coconino National Forest goes into effect, commercial tour operators who currently use one of three Red Rock District locations for brief scenic rest...

Verde News Top Stories

The Clarkdale Concerts in the Park season is winding down with the final two concerts coming Aug. 31 (Potent Motion) and Sept. 14 (McKenna Faith).
Sedona has a brand new storytelling club for those 16 years and older.
Seakouse89 in West Sedona continues to offer a great selection of live musical entertainment four nights a week featuring some of Sedona’s best and most loved performers.
The Sedona Arts Center will be hosting a joint exhibition by Sedona artists Katie Sluder and Ken Ledeen featuring an extensive collection of watercolors and both functional and artistic wood turnings.
Join Baba Vusi Shibambo, a South African multi-instrumentalist and international recording artist, for a lively evening of traditional ancestral and contemporary music taking place Sunday, Sept. 1, at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre in Sedona, at 7 p.m.
SAN TAN VALLEY — Mingus Union football started and finished their season opener strong but were unable to overcome second and third quarter mistakes.
Mingus Union softball players Dylan Sweeney and Alexis Ayersman were surprised when they selected for the EXOS Select 50 instructional Showcase last month but more than showed they belonged.
The Sedona International Film Festival presents the Sedona premiere of the acclaimed new drama “Brian Banks” Aug. 30-Sept. 4 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre.

Camp Verde Bugle Top Stories

CLINTS WELL – Coconino National Forest leadership has issued a temporary closure order for public safety for the Coldwater Fire area where interior pockets of unburned fuel will continue to have fire activity.
The other day, the wispy clouds and the bit of moisture in the air combined to produce a rare sight: a sun halo.
Seth Backus, who has been on the run from law enforcement for months, was arrested Wednesday morning, June 12, in Glendale during an operation by members of the Arizona Division of United States Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force.
PHOENIX -- A man who held up a Tempe bank cannot be convicted of armed robbery simply because he placed a closed pocket knife on the counter while reaching into his pocket for a bag, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.
PHOENIX — The owners of the state’s largest race track are weighing whether to sue to block a new law about who is entitled to get televised signals for out-of-state races.
When I took off this morning the smoke was pretty intense, so I pointed the nose up and to the north.
COTTONWOOD -- Verde Valley residents Tuesday got their first up-close look at the various routes under consideration for the Verde Connect project, which proposes a new two-lane highway and bridge over the Verde River between Cornville Road and the roundabouts on SR260 between Cottonwood and Camp Verde.
But who to employ as superintendent was not addressed, at least not in open session, as Board President Lori Drake motioned that district counsel Susan Segal “act according to our instructions in executive session.”

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