19 June 2021

Sedona Red Rock News Top Stories

John William Hautman 18 Jun 2021 | 11:44 pm
June 10, 2021John William Hautman, of Sedona, died June 10.An Army veteran, he worked for General Motors’ Cadillac Division. Upon retiring as director of Consumer Relations, he moved to Sedona....
As a way to improve both vehicular and pedestrian flow along State Route 179, the city has been proposing for the...
U.S. Rep. Tom O’Halleran [D-District 1] said that if all goes as planned, the Sedona area could benefit from a national infrastruc­ture bill...
Dennis W. Sigman 16 Jun 2021 | 7:31 pm
May 19, 1939 — March 3, 2021Dennis Wayne Sigman, 81, of Sedona, died March 3.He is survived by his wife Helena; daughters Stacey, Leslie, and Eve; son Jason; granddaughter Sophie,...
Emma Ruth Cooper 16 Jun 2021 | 7:29 pm
July 7, 1928 — May 31, 2021Emma Ruth Cooper, of Sedona, died May 31.After moving to Phoenix, she worked for Mountain Bell. In 1960, she married Harold Cooper and had...

Verde News Top Stories

Legislative panels gave initial approval Wednesday to a $100 million plan for fighting fires and their effects, but not before the discussion strayed into the question of climate change and whether humans are responsible for the heat and drought conditions that result in huge blazes.
Matt Salmon, who came within 11,819 votes of becoming governor nearly two decades ago, is making another bid for the office.
Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive order barring the state’s public universities and community colleges from requiring students to get a COVID-19 vaccine or submit their vaccination records is being met with mixed reviews by some ASU students and staff.
Border officials urged lawmakers to stick to a plan to reopen the border to nonessential travel Monday, even as they said more needs to be done to prepare for the expected surge in traffic.
A woman reported missing Monday, June 14, was still nowhere to be found late Wednesday.
A Rimrock man accused of trying to light a home on fire with his family inside is due back in court next week for a settlement conference and possible change of plea.
Sunday, June 13, a man died near the north end of Sugarloaf Mountain, according to Sgt. Michael Dominguez of the Sedona Police Department. He said death occurred about 48 hours after a man who was hiking in the Chapel Trail area became unconscious and did not survive late in the morning on Friday, June 11.
Navajo and Hopi witnesses agreed the region needs to move away from its economic dependence on coal, but specific proposals on how to get there remained elusive after a House hearing Tuesday.

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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