Movie history and the Village of Oak Creek share a common beginning. Prior to World War II, the Village was called Big Park because it resembled a large open treeless park for cattle grazing.
During the Covid year of business closings or limited hours of operation, Suzie found exuberant business owners Eileen and Dan Durand of Trailhead Tea, located on the 2nd story of Creekside Plaza, 251 SR 179, Ste. B9.
The first public survey for gathering citizen input on land use decision-making just went live.
The Sedona Red Rock Trail Fund was established as an Arizona non-profit corporation in 2013 by local citizens recognizing trail maintenance is critical to the protection of our precious Red Rock trails.
The Village of Oak Creek’s preschool has created opportunities for connection with community members in our most recent topic of study.
Michael Willis Chase, 49, is due to face a jury trial on several charges Tuesday through Friday, March 2-5, with Superior Court John Napper presiding. Chase is due to appear before Napper in the Camp Verde Courthouse for a final pretrial conference at 4 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 23.
Wednesday, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors sent a Cornville land owner away without a use permit — for the third time.
Our APS Transmission Line Sub-committee has developed a background summary and survey to gather community input on the proposed high-voltage transmission line into the Village of Oak Creek.
The Sedona Women is accepting applications for the Helen Wolfe Scholarships, the organization’s signature program, for the 2021-2022 academic year.
The Green Bag Food Project was locally founded in 2013 in the Village of Oak Creek. Since then, the project has expanded to three locations in the Verde Valley with nearly 1.1 million meals collected.
We were well into our lunches, having heard the Belfry bell rung twice before we asked our server, Elyse, how often and who gets to ring the bell.
Keep Sedona Beautiful will continue to virtually host its Preserving the Wonder™ Speaker Series on Wednesday, Feb. 10 at 5 p.m.
Local Forest Service staff report that forest use near Sedona fluctuated in response to the pandemic.
Join Gardens for Humanity each month as we focus on the garden.
The women golfers at Oakcreek Country Club are proud of Donna and Marion who represented our club with distinction and lots of smiles.
70-year-old Paul Cooley recently ran his 32nd consecutive Houston Marathon — virtually.
Unlike traditional hotel/motel lodging, AutoCamp isn’t a jobs creator. The trailers are manufactured and delivered from out of state, and the lion’s share of revenue from the $300/night venture will be sent back to the AutoCamp corporate headquarters in San Francisco.
Termed a project that “is not the right road, not the right place, and not the right amount,” the multi-million-dollar Verde Connect project was rejected by the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors this week.
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.