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Sedona Fire District Emergency Medical Service Billing Process

The Department of Health Services (DHS) regulates ambulance services within the State of Arizona and sets charge rates for ambulance transports. Ambulance providers may request adjustments to their rates no sooner than every six months, or based on DHS initiating an automatic rate increase, which they do periodically based on the medical consumer price index (CPI) and other cost factors. The following... 

Dakota Garza Beat the Odds

Sedona AZ (November 29, 2010) – The following is a video clip sent by SedonaEye.com reader, Michelle M. Cornelius, Ashland, Oregon: Please share the Beat the Odds Scholarship Video clip for Dakota Garza – offered by The Stand for Children Organization in Oregon with other SedonaEye.com readers and subscribers. Many of you have read the Mail Tribune article about Dakota Garza. Dakota is... 

Bring Seniors Holiday Cheer: Be a Santa

Kim Johanson, contributing writer SedonaEye.com Senior Issues and Health Care Sedona AZ (November 29, 2010) – Home Instead Senior Care, the world’s largest provider of non-medical home care and companionship for older adults, is once again partnering with the Verde Valley Caregivers Coalition, retailers and other community organizations on the Be a Santa to a Senior program. The purpose of... 

Yavapai College OLLI Invites Public to Facilitator Workshop

On Wednesday, December 8, from 10 am-1 pm, OLLI of Sedona and the Verde Valley will be offering a Facilitator Workshop. The workshop will be held at Clarkdale’s Yavapai College Verde Campus, 601 Black Hills Drive, in the Multipurpose Room Building, M 137. This workshop combines instruction on useful technologies for facilitating learning groups, workshops, and presentations. It includes a... 

Sedona Superstar Competition

Sedona AZ (November 29, 2010) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: Hello Friends! I am proud and pleased to announce that I have been successful in my audition for the Sedona Superstar Competition! Not only does this month long event give amateur singers a chance to showcase their talent, it also raises money for a worthy cause. I will compete against other talented individuals... 

Leaking of Secret U.S. Cables Sparks Diplomacy Crisis

A reprint of today’s breaking news! Share on open Information Network   Luisita Lopez Torregrosa Correspondent NEW YORK — A large batch of secret American diplomatic cables over the past three years offers an unusual look at back-channel discussions by embassies around the world, unflattering views of world leaders and stark evaluations of nuclear and terrorist threats, The New York... 

Dear Editor: Local news options

I’ve been trying to remember how long my wife and I have subscribed to the Sedona Red Rock News. I believe we began around 1980 – years before we moved to Sedona. So, we’ve probably been reading it for about 30 years. Regretfully, when our current subscription expires next March, we will not be renewing it. Why? The Red Rock News is no longer even trying to separate news from opinion. Let’s... 

Sedona – ADOT Route Transfer of SR 89A

Questions and Answers about a Sedona – ADOT Route Transfer of SR 89A   Authored By City Manager Tim Ernster Recently many questions have come up from Sedona citizens regarding the possibility of a Route Transfer of SR 89A in West Sedona and what it means to the City.  The following information will hopefully answer those questions and inform the community about the reasons why the City is... 

Yavapai County Community Foundation Invites Book Submissions

Sedona AZ (November 27, 2010) –  The Yavapai County Community Foundation is inviting all organizations that provide services to children, youth and their families in Yavapai County to be included in its 20th edition of ‘The big Kids’ Book. This free resource guide is a directory of organizations serving local young people and their families. A new format will combine YCCF’s The big... 
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