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Finders, keepers for Verde Valley rockhounds
For a rockhound like Mark Moorehead, president of the Sedona Gem and Mineral Club, the hobby can entice the kid inside people.
Letter to The Editor: Home Rule, Permanent Base Adjustment, Sedona in Motion
VOTE NO on $49.5 million Home Rule budget, including $149,000 budget for a “sustainability” czar.VOTE YES on $36 million Permanent Base Adjustment (PBA), with NO CUTS for city services nor support to non-profits.STOP “giving” $2.5 million to the Sedona Chamber of Commerce, a private business finance
Mayor defends use of town equipment
The mayor’s neighbor, Carol German — who is running for Camp Verde Town Council — joined another nearby resident, Bill LeBeau — who is also running — in filming what looked like construction equipment and personnel contracted for the park project doing work on the mayor’s private property. In the vi
Blasting activity planned at Cottonwood slag pile
Officials at Minerals Research, Inc., in Cottonwood have advised the company plans some blasting activity at the slag pile located off South 6th Street Monday, August 20.
Armed robber demands money from Circle K cashier
According to police reports, at approximately 4 a.m., a man entered the store, pointed a gun at the clerk and demanded money. The suspect told the cashier that he had a grenade in his left hand. He then grabbed the cash register off the counter and fled the area heading west.
Armed robbery on Lake Mary Road
At approximately 4 a.m. a man entered the store, pointed a gun at the clerk, and demanded money, according to an FPD press release. The suspect told the cashier that he had a grenade in his left hand. He then grabbed the cash register off the counter and fled the area heading west, the report states
Cottonwood Police Dept. neighborhood officers to being ‘walking the beat’
Almost two years after their inception, the department will soon showcase another facet of the programs, which is to add a personal touch as officers assigned to a particular neighborhood or zone will personally make contact with residents and business owners reinforcing the benefits of the programs
Hit and run on Navajo Drive in PV leads to arrest
A deputy with the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office patrols the perimeter of a home located in the Prescott Country Club community in Dewey Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 15, while the home’s owner refuses to leave by choice after allegedly leaving the scene of a vehicle accident in Prescott Valley.
Camp Verde considers 15 applicants for town marshal
Unfortunately, Martin said, “about one-third” of the applicants don’t meet the minimum criteria.
Firm looks at short-term rental issues
But just how many homes are currently vacation rentals? The number that has been batted around for a while now is 900 to 1,000. Soon, a more specific number will be found thanks to STR Helper, a firm that specializes in this area of data gathering which the city has hired.
Search for new Cottonwood city manager begins
At a special meeting on July 31, Cottonwood City Council met with Jenn Reichelt, a representative of Novak, to discuss the recruiting process and determine what council is looking for in regard to a new city manager.
Sunset CFA differs from others
Most of this CFA is made up of commercial uses, like its counterparts. But unlike the others, it is not located along the highway in a commercial corridor. Another aspect that makes it unique is that this is one of only two areas in the city zoned for light industrial commercial uses. It also includ
Live music, 5 nights a week, at Sedona’s Bella Vita Ristorante
Join Bella Vita Ristorante in celebrating Sedona’s monsoon season with live entertainment five nights a week - every week in August - Wednesday through Friday August 17, 6:30-9:30 p.m., Sammy Davis will perform live at Bella Vita Ristorante. Sammy Davis’ Motown and R&B background bring a timeless an
Unconscious driver pinballs vehicle near busy downtown intersection
As the late-night Friday crowd began to flock downtown, a man driving through North San Francisco Street had a behind-the-wheel medical emergency that caused two car collisions.Two people were injured in the collisions and sent to the Flagstaff Medical Center for medical attention.The accident happe
Timberline Firearms & Training - Flagstaff Business & Online News | Northern Arizona Local Newspaper
A new Flagstaff business is creating jobs and filling a void in the local landscape. Timberline Firearms & Training is Flagstaff’s first indoor shooting range. Co-owner Elise Willson joins On the Grid host Bonnie Stevens to talk about the new facility, gun safety, classes and the fastest growing dem
Cattywampus purrs its way to Vino Di Sedona Aug. 15
August keeps rockin’ with Christy Fisher & Cattywampus rockin’ the house at Vino Di Sedona, Wed, Aug 15, 7-10 PM, Christy will be leading a fun blend of acoustic pop, and original songs by Christy Fisher (vocals, ukulele, keyboard).
Camp Verde Water System says no to town’s $6.5 million offer
“In the very near future, no,” Town Manager Russ Martin said. “A week ago, I would have told you the opposite.”
Planning well underway for 28th Sedona Arts Festival
Held against the backdrop of Sedona’s breathtaking red rock vistas, the Sedona Arts Festival will present its 28th annual fine art festival on Saturday, Oct. 13 and Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018.
Sedona Film Festival presents ‘Running for Grace’ Aug. 17-22
Matt Dillon, Jim Caviezel and Ryan Potter star in “Running for Grace”, a beautiful, touching new family drama offering adventure, romance, friendship and hope.
Sedona Academy of Chamber Singers present ‘From the Heart’
The Sedona Academy of Chamber Singers, choir-in-residence at the Church of the Red Rocks and the only semi-professional choir in Northern Arizona, will share a choral concert at 2 p.m. Sunday, August 19, at The Church of the Red Rocks, 54 Bowstring Drive, Sedona.