As a 6th generation native Arizonan I can relate to Patti Hughes Letter on the decline of Sedona. I feel the same way about the whole state and especially the state government.
The staff at Camp Verde Parks & Recreation wants to thank all of the public who made last night’s Trunk or Treat a huge success.
Why has Cottonwood torn up 12th Street again? Two years ago, they took a long time to rebuild it and now it is a mess again with no bike lanes and a rough surface to drive on.
A short while ago this morning I was tooling down 89A toward Cottonwood, maintaining normally a steady speed of 45 mph per the posted limit.
My first visit to Sedona was in 1986. There wasn’t much here. The Rainbow Room and the Art Barn provided nightlife and culture in that order.
I am now one of your elected representatives on the MUHS school board. You overwhelmingly voted me into this position.
Following the 2016 election of Trump we saw a surge in membership in the League of Women Voters locally and nationally
I am concerned with the cars traveling down our road. For one we have no sidewalks and people use our street as a short cut to the hospital, college, cement plant or wherever they go when accessing the Willard extension.
We had a great turnout for our annual cleanup day Oct. 27 at the Clear Creek Cemetery.
Even though our hearts are aching at the loss of our beloved “Lefty Ortiz”, his wife, children and siblings want to extend a grateful thank you to so many people involved in Lefty’s care.