September begins what local gardeners call our, “Second Spring.”
A few days ago the 2020 U.S. Census data, detailing to the community level, was finally released.
Keep Sedona Beautiful presents Audubon Society Outreach Biologist Steven Prager on Wednesday, Sept. 8, at 5 p.m. for its monthly Preserving the Wonder Speaker Series webinar, according to a news release.
The Rotary Club of Sedona Village is scheduled to host a Golf Extravaganza at the Oakcreek Country Club on Sunday, Sept. 26, according to a news release.
School is underway and our educators are innovating! The Wildcat Kids Club at West Sedona Elementary School is offering a new before and after-school educational program at no cost to parents.
Sometimes things work out better than you expect. We (Your Team AZ Realty crew, Tim and Kathy Cox and Danni and Mic Barker) recently returned from a trip to the Caribbean that turned out to be an unexpected culinary journey.
Do you need a new volunteer opportunity? The Sedona Literacy Center is hoping to resume its work with second and third graders who are behind their classmates in reading and writing.
Dana De Luz leads this Salsa 101 six-week series where you’ll learn and perfect at least 15 easy Salsa steps.
In August, I hiked the mountains of Utah. My plan was to hike the Valley of Fire and the area, then Deer Mountain and Bryce Canyon trails.
The Village Gallery of Local Artists is proud to feature the exquisite jewelry work of Patty Hoisch during the month of September, according to a news release.
The Red Rocks Music Festival is celebrating its 20th anniversary with several events coming up in September, according to a news release.
A 44-year-old Sedona man wanted on multiple outstanding warrants was arrested after he forced a standoff with police before a SWAT team breached the home and found him hiding in a closet, according to a news release Thursday morning.
The Sedona City Council approved the SCC&TB’s FY22 Destination Resiliency Plan last week with a proposed budget of $2.1 million.
Partnerships serve a critical role in public safety and forest protection on the Red Rock District. On June 23, the Coconino National Forest was closed to visitor access, affecting almost 2 million acres of forest land in Northern Arizona, including 550,000 acres of Red Rock Country in and around the Sedona/VOC communities.
At the suggestion of the Sedona Village Partnership, your mission-driven Big Park Council accepted a hand-off to formulate an Emergency Plan Committee.
After years of prolonged drought and seeing dried and dead trees and shrubs along our trails and roads, our current monsoon season is a welcome relief.
The Keep Sedona Beautiful’s Native Plant Workshop Series offered a tour of the garden to 12 lucky guests on a summer morning this July. Shade was everywhere on this tour because Richard and Monique purchased 50 tree seedlings from the Forest Service Nursery for $25 in the 1980s, and now those trees surround the house and property, providing both shade and soil nutrients.
One of the best ways to pass time during the hot summer is to relax in the comfort of air conditioning and binge watch your favorite series.
The sandwich board stating “JesseLee’s” near the entrance to Castle Rock Plaza piqued our interest.
You may have heard that it’s important to take the emotions out of investing. But is this true for all emotions?
Sedona Recycles has been faithfully serving the Village of Oak Creek for the past two decades. We have the dual mission of responsibly recycling resources and educating the public about recycling.
On the social “niceness” scale of unbearable lightness of being, reaching out/leaning forward/lending a hearing ear/crying shoulder score high. On the physical scale, leaning forward brings on the back pain, kyphosis, and neck strain. Isn’t it the cry of your body to bend forward less?
The fourth item in the Big Park Community Council’s mission statement is: To provide a forum for residents, property owners, business owners, educational institutions and investors within the community to resolve problems and advance the interests of the community.
A popular barbecue restaurant’s recent expansion was brought to a screeching halt in the spring, and has yet to re-open.
A recently completed housing study of the Verde Valley pointed out some not-so-surprising facts about the Village of Oak Creek.