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Cadillac man battling cancer gets weekend getaway with family

Bryan Turnbull is pictured with wife, Justine, son Jonathan and daughter, Autumn, who all will be going on a weekend getaway to the Great Wolf Lodge.Chris Lamphere CADILLAC - To say Bryan Turnbull and his family were shocked to find out he had an aggressive form of stomach cancer would be an underst

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-12-16 05:00:00

Cadillac High School band, choir spread holiday cheer at Curry House

CADILLAC - Christmas tunes from "Jingle Bells" to "Silent Night" filled the halls of Harborview, Curry House and Samaritas on Friday so the residents could enjoy live music with dinner. The Cadillac High School band and choir made their way through the residential living centers in Cadillac to sprea

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-12-16 05:00:00

Today in history: Cadillac factories closed by fuel famine

Dec. 16, 1917 Several Cadillac industries were notified this morning that they must prepare for materially decreased services from the power plant. Two or three industries are running today with limited power service. This situation indicates that the fuel famine is reaching drastic status here in C

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-12-16 05:00:00

Cadillac man facing life for domestic violence charge

CADILLAC - A 55-year-old Cadillac man is facing up to life in prison after he was charged in 84th District Court Wednesday with domestic violence and assault. Robert Duane Bradshaw was charged with one count of domestic violence third offense and assault or assault and battery for his connection wi

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-12-15 05:00:00

Fentanyl a big problem in Cadillac area

Within the last two years, police, prosecutors and emergency room physicians would add Fentanyl into the mix of the Cadillac area\'s drug-related problems. When produced on the black market for the drug trade, Fentanyl analogues may be hundreds of times more potent than street heroin making it much

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-12-15 05:00:00

Cadillac man facing prison time on larceny charge

Joshua Lee Ferris, 32, of Cadillac is facing a lengthy prison sentence for his connection with a larceny after he was arraigned recently in 84th District Court.Wexford County Jail CADILLAC - A 32-year-old Cadillac man is facing a lengthy prison sentence for an alleged larceny after he was arraigned


Cadillac woman with asthma no longer has to sacrifice health for children's benefit

CADILLAC - For decades, Cadillac mother of three Marilyn Fent sacrificed her comfort and health to make a better home for her children and help others in need. Thanks to a wish from her son, 24-year-old Zach, no longer will Marilyn be forced to suffer through the night on account of the allergy magn


Stay off the ice, experts say

CADILLAC - Stay off the ice. Lakes Mitchell and Cadillac don't have enough thick, sturdy ice yet, local experts said. "There's no such thing as safe ice," said Ed Shaw, the interpreter at the Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center. A Minnesota Department of Natural Resources online chart lists i

CADILLAC NEWS - 2017-12-16 05:00:00

Find a viewing spot for the Sedona Northern Lights 3-D light show

The Sedona Northern Lights holiday show will be projected on the face of Camelhead Rock through Sunday. Use this map to find a location, identified by the yellow stars, from which to see the show, presented jointly by the city of Sedona, the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau and the Sedona

SEDONA RED ROCK NEWS - 2017-12-15 21:04:00

Sedona man to walk 3K miles across America

Sedona resident Michael Capozzoli is walking across the United States - not to break any world records, but to help break the cycle of domestic violence, even if for just one person. The Boston native will begin his journey in Dana Point, Calif., and end in Fenway Park in Boston for a total of 3,000

SEDONA RED ROCK NEWS - 2017-12-15 19:50:49

Sedona Council Asked: Your Consequences for Using False Data and Ignoring State Statute?

Sedona AZ (December 14, 2017) - The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: Subject: ARS 9-511.01 Water and wastewater business; rates; procedures; responsibility for payment Hello Mayor Moriarty and City Councilors: Decided during the 11/29/2017 Council Meeting was that sewer rate increa


Welcomers end after 33 years of friendship, fundraising

It was a red-letter day for the Sedona Welcomers during their Wednesday, Dec. 13, holiday luncheon at the Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock Tequa Ballroom. Old and current members of the decades-old program came together to say farewell. "After 33 years of friendship, the Sedona Welcomers meetups ha

SEDONA RED ROCK NEWS - 2017-12-16 18:34:09

City planning board to review outdoor merchandise display

The Cottonwood Planning and Zoning Commission will meet Monday to discuss an outdoor merchandise display at an existing retail bicycle shop. The new owner of the Verde Valley Bicycle Company is in the process of updating the exiting shop, and is requesting a conditional use permit that would allow

VERDENEWS - 2017-12-16 23:05:00

Commentary: Odds and ends on school district consolidation

The old joke about hockey games and fights is a lot like the current movement to consolidate the Mingus Union and Cottonwood-Oak Creek school districts. "I went to a fight the other night and a consolidation meeting broke out." 'In a completely objective and non-politicized process, Carter would do

VERDENEWS - 2017-12-16 22:26:00

V'ACTE, Jones Ford announce November JTED students of the month

BillHelm42 On Dec. 5, the Jones Ford and the Valley Academy for Career and Technology Education governing board recognized the November Jones Ford Verde Valley and V'ACTE CTE Students of the Month. From left, Sedona Red Rock High School's Lauren Malmgren for digital communication/newspaper, Mingus


Celebrate Hanukkah with Bubbie's traditions at Sound Bites

On Tuesday, Dec. 19, from 6 to 9 p.m., Rabbi Alicia Magal of the Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley hosts one of Sedona's most memorable holiday festivities - Bubbie's Hanukkah Dinner. This annual event started when Sound Bites Grill owner Michele Moore asked the rabbi to help share her


Nyack: Blankfest music fundraiser set for Saturday

Blankfest, a fundraiser that collect blankets for the homeless, comes to Nyack on Saturday for its 20th anniversary show. The noon-to-midnight music marathon features a lineup of New York City and Hudson Valley-based indie bands, including Michelle Shocked, Joe D'Urso and Stone Caravan, and the Hors

LOHUD.COM - 2017-12-15 23:30:06

Greenburgh closes on Frank's Nursery deal

Greenburgh town supervisor Paul Feiner talks about a proposed solar farm at the old Akzo Nobel site on Lawrence Street in Ardsley August 18, 2017. Frank Becerra Jr./lohud Greenburgh town officials finalized the $3.5 million sale of the old Frank's Nursery property, opening the way for a new assiste

LOHUD.COM - 2017-12-16 11:00:00

Rendo endorses McCann in bid for GOP nomination

WOODCLIFF LAKE - Carlos Rendo offered his support to John McCann in his bid for the GOP nomination in the 5th Congressional District, officially endorsing the candidate Saturday morning at the Tice Center. Rendo, who is the mayor of Woodcliff Lake, enjoys some name recognition as candidate for Lt.

NORTHJERSEY.COM - 2017-12-16 23:54:25

Valhalla: Man found dead wearing t-shirt, pajama pants and no shoes

A 35-year-old man who walked out of a homeless shelter wearing no shoes and very little clothing was found dead in Valhalla early Friday morning. The man was staying at the Volunteers of America homeless shelter on the Grassland Reservation and had been acting "erratically" before he apparently wal

LOHUD.COM - 2017-12-17 00:56:40