Results have been released from a survey designed to collect resident input for a consensus vision of the Big Park region, inclusive of the Village of Oak Creek.
The Sedona Village Partnership selected Beverly Copen for its first-ever Shining Star Award, which was presented at a dinner event April 6 at the home of Don and Jan Groves.
There’s a fun tune titled All God’s Creatures Have A Place in the Choir.
Keep Sedona Beautiful recently announced its Awards of Excellence for 2021.
One of Chuck's fond memories as a kid was being allowed to hang out three nights a week with the neighborhood men while they played pinochle.
Red Rock Trails have become a special solace during the pandemic.
It has been many years since we attended the Camp Verde Pecan and Wine Festival.
Tomorrow’s world depends on today’s most valuable resources, our children. What a complicated set of issues our children will inherit.
To celebrate the creation of our own Village Sedona Arts Academy and Community Center, the Sedona Village Partnership will host a celebratory Argentine dinner with dancing.
A day of golf with friends at the Sedona Golf Resort followed by a lavish banquet.
Twenty-six years ago, Len Ostrom signed up to litter lift a mile with Keep Sedona Beautiful.
Face masks, plastic bottles and bags – and feces, both dog and human – are some of the unsightly waste you could encounter these days while hiking in the red rocks of Sedona. Discarded masks also litter the beaches of Southern California, which already were battling a growing scourge of plastic and microplastics in the ocean.
It’s the question of the hour, as unimaginable events in 2020 upended so many assumptions about the stability and safety of our social institutions.
Meet Big Park Council Representative Joanna Horton McPherson.
Since 2009, the VOC Community Church of the Nazarene (VocNaz) has been hosting the annual VOC Community Easter Sunrise Service in the VOCA park at 6:30 a.m
The boards of directors of Keep Sedona Beautiful (KSB) and the Verde Valley Land Preservation Institute (VVLP) have voted to merge their two organizations, including their boards, programs, and assets.
Several Village businesses support SRRTF through the “Trail Keepers Program,” a consortium of 50 Sedona area businesses, and the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau.
Crisis Care Kits have become one of the biggest charitable opportunities of the year here in the VOC.
“Coming, September 2020, to The Arabella Sedona, Molé, Fine Cuisine of Mexico. With a modern interpretation, Molé is proud to present generations of authentic recipes, including homemade tortillas, salsas, and, of course, traditional molé made from scratch.”
America is enduring a data breach problem.
April 7 is Library Giving Day, a day to celebrate and support libraries across the nation, and we’re participating for the third year in a row. I promise, this is not just another giving day.
The Oak Creek Arts and Crafts Show will be able to keep using the location it’s had for years.
A recent community survey about a potential power line revealed much more than simply “We don’t want it.”
Both Yavapai County District 3 Planning and Zoning commissioners said they received letters from Supervisor Donna Michaels letting them know they would lose their volunteer positions — even though the supervisor had no authority to take that kind of action.