As Villagers, most of us are aware of the new trail construction along Jack’s Canyon. New trail construction occurred on Little Rock and Rabbit Ears (formerly known as Pine Valley and Dairy Springs trails).
Those of us in Red Rock Country know our rugged landscapes, rural way of life and western heritage are at the heart of what makes this place special. We celebrate our frontier spirit, respect the land, value our history, support our neighbors and – of course – love our horses.
Keep Sedona Beautiful will present Geologist Wayne Ranney, on Wednesday, July 14, 5 p.m., for its monthly Preserving the Wonder™ Speaker Series webinar.
The Sedona Chamber and presenting sponsor APS with underwriting support from Barlow Jeep Rentals and Weddings in Sedona worked to gather over 100 business leaders in the greater Sedona area to share our role with the start of the new fiscal year July 1.
Yavapai College has announced that it will offer free tuition to any student who enrolls in classes in the College’s new Verde Valley Skilled Trades Center.
We had a blast, and we are not talking about the heat, though the theater was a great place to be during the 100-plus degree days.
As a general rule, my reading interests lean toward fiction.
Nikki and John Ramagli are parents of two kids at the Sedona Village Learning Center preschool. The commute was a hardship, sometimes an hour each way.
Will your retirement dreams match your reality?
The Cornelius Veterans Hospital Benefit Raffle carries on with the help of the Rotary Club of Sedona Village.
Arizona advocates are breathing “a sigh of relief” this week after the Supreme Court again refused to invalidate the Affordable Care Act, a decision that should preserve the health care program for at least several years.
Friends of the Verde River has landed one of the first ever grants from the brand new 4Rivers Fund in May 2021. Friends of the Verde River works collaboratively for a healthy, flowing Verde River system.
As drought conditions continue to worsen across the Southwest, the Arizona Game and Fish Department is preparing for another record-setting year of delivering lifesaving water to thirsty Arizona wildlife.
After months of dedicated effort, the Big Park/VOC Community Plan Committee has released a draft Vision Statement based on the results of a resident survey conducted from March-May of this year.
Big Park Regional Coordinating Council formally registered its opposition to Arizona Public Service’s proposed above-ground powerline into the Village of Oak Creek at its May 13th pubic meeting.
Hello, VOC. This is my first of what will be a monthly article to appear in the Villager, and I am excited to share how the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau is supporting a vibrant community in the Village of Oak Creek.
The Village of Oak Creek and the surrounding area has long been steeped in a rich western heritage, and an important part of our history is the special relationship between horses and people.
Hikers check the kiosk with trail signs before heading out on the trails. Kiosk structures hold multiple signs, including maps for public orientation, and information for safety and education, such as trail courtesy.
Ruminating on the return journey to visit two beloved California cities where I previously lived – Thousand Oaks in Ventura County and Del Mar in San Diego County - reinforced my appreciation for the importance of the work that our Community Plan Committee is tackling.
Farm a Go-Go Café at the Thistle Thorn Plaza, 10990 E. Cornville Road, has survived the pandemic and major remodeling.
The Oakcreek Country Club Women’s Golf Association held its annual President’s Cup Tournament May 4 and 11.
Village of Oak Creek residents Herb and Marilyn Dyer met at Massillon Washington High School in Massillon, Ohio, and were married on May 27, 1951,
A day of golf with friends at the Sedona Golf Resort followed by a lavish banquet.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lives forever. For months, we did not have access to activities that we enjoy: dining at restaurants, hanging out with friends, traveling to new destinations, working out at the gym, and visiting the library to browse the collection.
Brittani Smith has lived in Sedona for the past several years with her two children.