The first years after becoming a VOC resident, I couldn’t resist taking photos of … just about everything.
Everyone is on a journey. We’re often oblivious about where we came from and where we’re going.
Do you know what an air fryer is?
Keep Sedona Beautiful will continue to virtually host its Preserving the Wonder™ Speaker Series on Wednesday, Jan. 13, 5 p.m.
People often ask me to recommend books.
When the COVID-19 pandemic became a reality in March, we suddenly received many requests from people wanting to start gardens.
The Sedona Village Learning Center wrapped up the first year of being open with a gift to the families.
Local trails will be the focus of a renovation project this winter.
I have many questions trying to make sense out of the VOCA Board handling of the Patel Hotel request for construction of their Hilton Garden Inn.
Making a difference begins with “I’ve got an idea.” In the last several months when there has been little to celebrate, the Village gained an essential boost in spirit and connection from the idea of celebrating.
The beauty of the greater Sedona area is obvious and undeniable.
In the midst of chaos, you can find peace. Our culture is experiencing fear, isolation, devastation, turmoil, panic, loss, bitterness, a lack of answers, friends and family in conflict, and so much more. We need a chance to regroup, find an escape, experience solace and peace.
Have you ever turned a vision into reality? That is exactly what Hortensia Martinez did to birth Conscious Meals, a sensational grab-and-go eatery in West Sedona.
Reflecting on the progress made and lessons learned this year, I’m awed by the impressive work that was accomplished in the face of daunting challenges, the pandemic being but one.
The Verde Valley Neighborhood Food Project, also called the Green Bag Collection, continues collections of food donations from generous donors throughout the Verde Valley.
Sedona Public Library Director Virginia "Ginny" Volkman is retiring at the end of this year, after serving over a decade in the position.
Sedona Public Library in the Village is open and offering most library services;
If you have a dog and have been using Big Park Community School as a place to take it for exercise and socializing, you may have noticed the gates are now locked.
A 56-year-old woman was shot dead Saturday after brandishing a gun at Yavapai County sheriff’s deputies outside her home.
If you’ve enjoyed food from a local restaurant, you might smile upon finding out it’s expanding.
Benefiting the Sedona Village Learning Center, Phillip and Camille Cox recently hosted a fundraiser for friends of the Sedona Village Partnership
Born and raised in the Sacramento Valley, Mary Davis, and her three siblings were in foster care from very young ages, until turning 18.
We are grateful to our amazing neighbors for recognizing this isn’t a Nazarene project, it’s a service OF our community FOR our community.
The following individuals were presented to the Council by the Nominating Committee at the October regular meeting.
At Verde Valley Humane Society, we know the pain of losing a beloved companion and we understand the frustration of trying to locate a found pet’s owner.