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City of Sedona Begins Four-Day Work Week

The City of Sedona will implement four 10-hour days of operation beginning the week of July 19, 2010.  City Hall will be open for business Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and be closed on Fridays.  This schedule is being put into service on a trial basis and is effect until October 9.  The Community Development department will remain closed for lunch from noon to 1 p.m.  The Police... 

Sedona’s Sunset Park Tennis and Basketball Courts Closing

Sunset Park Tennis and Basketball Courts will close for reconstruction on Thursday, July 8th at 655 Sunset Drive, Sedona. It is anticipated that the project will be completed and courts reopened to the public in early October.  The basis for the project is to replace the cracked asphalt courts with post-tension concrete courts.  Both tennis and basketball courts are available at the Posse Grounds. ... 

City Updates Commission Volunteers Needed

Sedona AZ (June 30, 2010) – Volunteers are needed for the Community Plan Update Citizens Steering Committee and the Historic Preservation Commission. 1) The City of Sedona is seeking volunteers to serve on a citizen’s steering committee for the update of the Sedona Community Plan. The committee will consist of nine to eleven members including the Planning and Zoning Commission chairman, one... 

Big Fun at Tlaquepaque

Tlaquepaque’s Sizzlin’ Summer Bash, July 3rd   Pie-eating contests with terrific prizes for kids of all ages and adults, foot-tapping Dixieland, hot jazz and blues, potato sack races, face painting, and star-spangled crafts for kids, scrumptious BBQ, and even a gleaming red local fire truck? It’s Tlaquepaque’s 4th of July, Sizzlin’ Summer Bash celebration, Saturday,... 

Sedona Farmer’s Market Update

To Market, to Market    Starting June 25th and the 1st and 3rd Fridays July through September the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners will participate in the Sedona Community Farmers Market.   They will provide information on plant and insect identification, soils, fruit tree care, planting, staking, pruning, water/irrigation, wildlife in the garden, integrated pest management,... 

Has Mother Nature Gone Mad?

By Tommy Acosta :  From the sky a bolt of lightning crashes down incinerating the most beloved symbol of Christianity.  Has Mother Nature gone mad? What could explain the May 14 electrocution of a six-story statue of Jesus Christ in Ohio by a thunder storm-generated lightning strike that burnt the icon to a crisp in a matter of minutes? As if the earthquakes in Haiti, Chili and China that have killed... 

Sedona Psychic Fair – Connecting Energy Pathways

June 29th, 2010, Sedona, Arizona – Sedona has long been heralded as a mystical place, well known not only for its majestic red rocks and mysterious vortexes, but also brimming with the best psychics, superlative healers and metaphysicians. Beyond a doubt Sedona has always been the glittering crown jewel in the realm of enlightenment, the quintessential “go to” place for anyone on a vision quest... 

Ted Bear Candlelight Vigil Protest

Ted Bear of Sedona   SEDONA NEWS FLASH:  ANGRY SEDONA CITIZENS PLAN A JULY 6 CANDLELIGHT VIGIL PROTEST AT THE BROKEN ARROW SHRINE FOR HOMELESS TED BEAR, A MEMBER OF ARIZONA WILD LIFE, WHO WAS SHOT AND KILLED LAST SATURDAY BY PERCEIVED TRIGGER-HAPPY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS.       Please join us on Tuesday, July 6th At 8:00 PM for a Candlelight Vigil in memory of the Broken Arrow Bear. ... 

Depression As A Partner in Creative Will

 By Charles F. Harper M. Div: Our culture does not like depression. We see depression as an enemy to be fought and conquered like a really bad headache. We’ve spent billions on research for medications to beat the battle of despair. There are many of us who have been so blessed in this life with everything from loving families to financial security to futures that look so bright “you gotta wear... 

Congratulations Lynda Christopher!

Lynda D. Christopher   The Sedona Times and sedonaeye.com congratulates Rimrock Arizona resident, Lynda D. Christopher, a recent inductee into the Masters Hall of Fame for her contribution to Martial Arts. The Black-Tie award presentation was held at the Hilton Hotel in Anaheim, California.  Read More →
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