Ten years later, the death of a 3-month-old boy in the Village of Oak Creek remains unresolved in the Yavapai County Superior Court system.
The Sedona-Oak Creek Unified School District Board voted 4-1 to close Big Park Community School Tuesday as members of the district try to address foreboding $1.4 million debt due in part because of declining enrollment and state funding.
I jump from planes. But I skydive in tandem because I don’t trust myself to open that parachute. (Plus, those plane-jumping dudes are always so good-looking.) For some strange reason, the tandem jumper attached to my back during the freefall always thinks that I know what I’m doing.
Over the years, Alamelu Vairavan has developed a passion for cooking and sharing foods with family and friends. She also developed a passion for educating the public about the use of spices and legumes.
People and Plants from the Land of the Colorful Corn May 3, 1:30 to 3 p.m., community room at SPL presented by Phyllis Hogan, owner of the Winter Sun Trading Company in Flagstaff. Phyllis, a practicing Southwest herbalist for 25 years, will discuss organic southwest herbs and tinctures and their traditional uses.
Dr. “C” (Cynthia Dodge) was born in KC, Missouri, an only child to a stay-at-home mom and a dad who was in insurance. She had two sets of wonderful grandparents and describe her maternal grandparents as pillars of the community with a 60-year marriage, him a local builder with streets named after him.
The Red Rock Road Enhancement Maintenance District (RRREMD) Board met on April 18th to discuss maintenance responsibilities along SR-179 and to review a proposed FY2018/19 budget.
Q&A with Richard Forrest
Do you find yourself in a pickle about how to follow through on a new year’s resolution to exercise more in 2018?
Big things come in small packages and Firuse Stalcup is living proof. Her story is quite amazing and unfolds in several countries with twists and turns.
For more than 20 years, a flock of white doves has flown over the Village, providing delight to all who witnessed them.
Free to members, residents and visitors, join Keep Sedona Beautiful May 9 at 5:30 p.m. at its historic Pushmataha Center on 360 Brewer Road. The evening will include complimentary refreshments donated by El Rincon Restaurante Mexicano and KSB.
The fifth annual Village of Oak Creek Community Barbecue will be held Saturday, May 12, noon to 4 p.m., at Kiwanis Park on Bell Rock Blvd.
We Value Our Teachers Foundation will hold their first annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser at Sedona Golf Resort, 35 Ridge Trail Drive, on Tuesday, May 8th -- which is also Teacher Appreciation Day.
Saturday, April 21st, the Village of Oakcreek Association (VOCA) held its Annual Membership Meeting at the VOCA’s Community Center. The Board would like to thank the 9 Candidates who ran in this election.
After seven years of hoping, praying and waiting, the Village of Oak Creek finally has a food pantry.
Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) has recently released the tentative five-year construction program for 2019 – 2023. Favorably, it includes some important improvements for our area.
There is a great deal of misunderstanding out there about teacher pay, school funding and the current financial crisis that we are suffering as a school district. I would like to try to clarify, a little.
CAMP VERDE – A man was sentenced Tuesday morning after pleading guilty to felony charges in a molestation case occurring from 2010 to 2014 in both Cornville and the Village of Oak Creek.
Save the building? Or save the teachers?
SEDONA – Still two weeks away from a decision on the fate of its two elementary schools, members of the Sedona-Oak Creek School Board debated how an expected $1.4 million loss of revenue could be turned into a positive.
Declining enrollment, current-year funding cited as reasons to close either Big Park or West Sedona School
At 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the Sedona-Red Rock High School gymnasium, the school district’s governing board will hold its second of three meetings to consider a consolidated K-6 curriculum and the closure of either Big Park Community School or West Sedona School.
What could be better than rockin’ and groovin’ to great music under a Sedona full moon while picnicking with friends on a grassy courtyard and helping kids get a better education?
AZ Schools Now is asking citizens of Arizona to sign their Pledge To Support Strong Public Schools.
The WomanSpeak Festival will be an unforgettable and moving weekend, celebrating the extraordinary emergence of women’s truth and voices at The Collective Sedona April 20th through the 22nd.
Working artists in the Village, Sedona, Cornville and all over the Verde Valley will be opening their private studios for a visitors weekend on April 27 during the popular “Spring Open Studios Tour.”
- Cottonwood man arrested for assaulting, stabbing landlords
- Cottonwood man arrested for heroin possession, intent to sell
- Cottonwood police seek suspect in $100,000 Old Town Association fraud
- Local man arrested for alleged thefts at Cottonwood Cemetery
- 10 YEARS LATER: Village of Oak Creek infant homicide case continues with new judge
- Man arrested for burglary after arriving to update sex offender registration
- Grassland fire destroys shed, causes extensive damage to vehicle
- Cottonwood votes 4-3 on sales tax hike
- 5 stars for Verde Valley Medical Center
- Oak Creek Canyon fire destroys log cabin
- Second suspect arrested in Cornville counterfeit money operation
- Police seek public’s help in locating high risk level 3 sex offender
- Cottonwood man arrested for assaulting, stabbing landlords
- Driver from tour jeep rollover dies from injuries
- New delay in 21-year-old murder case
- 4 homes reportedly on fire in blaze near Prescott Valley
- Sheriff’s office seeking to identify human remains found near Verde River
- Cornville woman arrested for operating counterfeit operation
- 3 suspects arrested in Cottonwood following weapons offense
- Cottonwood PD: Old Town Association victim of fraud