A majority of taxpayers feel they pay too much in taxes, with many saying that they receive a poor value in return, according to a new poll from the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy and The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
Cottonwood Public Library shared photos from its Feb. 2-3 Night Hike, which educated eight youths on outdoor adventure and safety.
The Sedona Police Department’s K9 Sam is getting a bullet- and stab-protective vest, thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc.
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The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office issued the following sex-offender notification Feb. 20, 2024, in accordance with the requirements of ARS 13-3825, the Community Notification on Sex Offenders Law.
It happens once a decade, and the topics affect everyone in the city. The Cottonwood City Council is reaching out to the public for input about an update to its Cottonwood General Plan, which the residents will vote on this year.
Residents and travelers of Clarkdale can expect to see major construction on South Broadway for nearly four months as crews conduct sidewalk and road work.
Join Sedona Arts Center (SAC) at Celebrate Sedona, Sunday, Feb. 25, from 1-3 p.m. The event features artist demonstrations, food, wine, beer and Blues music by the Tommy Dukes Band.
The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present a free concert to celebrate its 30-year anniversary as its way of saying “thank you” to supporters, audience members and sponsors — and the entire Sedona community — for its support for three decades!
Each year the International Sculpture Center presents an award competition to its member colleges and universities as a means of supporting, encouraging, and recognizing the work of young sculptors, their supporting schools’ faculty and art program.
- ‘The American Labyrinth’ comes to Sedona Feb. 23
- River of Dreams at Sedona Public Library in the Village on Feb. 23
- NAWS February meeting features art demo by Nita Marlette
- SIFF presents ‘Lucie Arnaz Live!’ on March 2
- Photographers Marie Tartar and Steve Eilenberg present 'Wonders of the Underwater World’
- 'Robert Shields: My Life as a Robot' Feb. 29 presented by SIFF
- SIFF presents 'Chicago LIVE 2024' Concert Film premiere Feb. 26
- SIFF hosts 'Grease' Sing-Along and after-party Feb. 28
- 'Henry Mancini's 100th Birthday Celebration' Feb. 25 presented by SIFF
- First Spirit School and Scooter’s 82nd Birthday Bash with Sugar Moon at Main Stage this week
Astronomers have discovered what may be the brightest object in the universe, a quasar with a black hole at its heart growing so fast that it swallows the equivalent of a sun a day.
It's not yet known what killed an endangered fin whale, but people can marvel at the large marine mammal as it decomposes on an Oregon beach.
- Brazil's aluminum can street party brings joy, and a green message, to revelers
- Wreck of ship that sank in 1940 found in Lake Superior
- The crane attacked potential mates. But then she fell for her keeper
- 'Pandemic of snow' in Anchorage sets a record for the earliest arrival of 100 inches of snow
- Zebras, camels and flames, oh my! Circus animals rescued after truck catches fire on Indiana highway
- A rhino got pregnant from embryo transfer, in a success that may help nearly extinct subspecies
- Reformed mobster went after 'one last score' when he stole Judy Garland's ruby slippers
- Benito the giraffe is on a 50-hour trip to central Mexico, where the weather feels more like home
- 'Burn, beetle, burn': Hundreds of people torch an effigy of destructive bug in South Dakota town
- Fans help Buffalo Bills dig out stadium after snowstorm
A man suspected in the death of a woman who was fatally bludgeoned in a New York City hotel room earlier this month has been arrested in Arizona, where police say he is a suspect in two stabbings in recent days.
For nearly two decades, it was a mystery who had left "Baby Skylar" — an unidentified newborn found dead inside a t trash can at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
Republican lawmakers took the first steps Monday to making it more difficult for those who have crossed the border illegally to get public benefits.
- Long after tragic mysteries are solved, families of Native American victims are kept in the dark
- Naloxone vending machine unveiled in Valle del Sol clinic in south Phoenix
- Thunderbirds looking at ways to tame Phoenix Open after wild, muddy mess
- Lawmaker says Realtors should be able to share districts' political leanings with clients
- Bill would exempt state Legislature from open meeting laws
- As animal shelters exceed capacity, groups seek to keep pets with families
- Arizona Heart Association lobbies for bill mandating cardiac arrest emergency plans in schools
- Arizona projected to have largest nursing shortage in U.S. in 2025
- Illegal border crossings from Mexico plunge after a record-high December, with fewer from Venezuela
- Group sues state to get more access to voters at election boxes
What do you do with a beard that won the Super Bowl?
The Knicks star had an unexpected hater during his appearance in the Three-Point Contest.
- Olympic Gold Medalist Gabby Douglas Halts Long-Awaited Return to Gymnastics
- MLB Players Association Head Makes Statement on Viral See-Through Pants
- College Baseball Fans Loved LSU Player’s Epic No. 2 Pencil Bat
- James Outman Confused Everyone When Naming Dodgers Player He Grew Up Watching
- Chad Johnson Believes Russell Wilson Will End Up With Steelers
- Celtics Player Discloses Steph Curry’s Cold Four-Word Message to Boston in 2022 NBA Finals
- Dodgers’ Eight-Run Rally Forced Fernando Tatis Jr. to Endure the Longest On-Field Interview
- Rory McIlroy on First Mixed-Gender ‘Match’: ‘Give the Women a Great Platform to Showcase Their Skills’
- NBA Punishes Pistons’ Isaiah Stewart After Altercation With Suns’ Drew Eubanks
- Yankees Aren’t Finished Adding to Roster After Last Year’s ‘Failure’
Recipe of the Day
I saw that President Biden recently signed up for TikTok. It truly shines a light on the fact that most of the younger generation is getting their news from social media apps like TikTok, which is why it was always crazy to buy into the whole “Ban TikTok” movement.
A wet winter and spring followed by a hot, dry summer can be a dangerous combination in the Western U.S. The rain fuels bountiful vegetation growth, and when summer heat dries out that vegetation, it can leave grasses and shrubs ready to burn.
Jesse Owens was the grandson of enslaved people and the son of Alabama sharecroppers. Luz Long studied law at the University of Leipzig and was the physical embodiment of Hitler’s nationalistic ideal.
- Around the Bluhmin’ Town: Is this a golf tournament or a frat party?
- Guest Commentary: Using politics to divide will destroy us all
- Letter to the Editor: Volunteers came through
- Pass It On: If a man asks for bread, will you give him a stone?
- Super Bowl ads: It’s getting harder for commercials to score
Kris Andrew Metzler, 70, of Camp Verde, Arizona, passed away at home surrounded by his family on Jan. 26, 2024 after a lengthy illness. He was born in Roseburg, Oregon, the son of Frank and Patricia Metzler.
James Mackey Gray died peacefully in his sleep in the company of family in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Feb. 4, 2024. He was 74 years old.