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First Legal Battle for Stop Sedona Take Back of 89A

Sedona, Arizona (March 16 2011) – After organizing and pulling petition papers in very short order, the citizens of “Let the People Vote on 89A” filed papers Monday morning with Yavapai Superior Court requesting an official determination of the filing date for referendum petitions.  Since the Sedona City Council vote to take back a five-mile stretch of the SR 89A highway in February 2011,... 

Dear Editor: Montezuma Castle Free Event

David Wolfs Robe If you don’t already know, Sedona’s own Wolfs Robe native American flute performer from the Shawnee nation of Oklahoma will be doing a Night performance at Montezuma Castle National Monument at 6:30 pm on Saturday, March 26 2011. Gates to the Park will open at 6:00 pm. This is the 4th year Wolfs Robe has given a Night Performance at the Castle and it is a magical experience.... 

Mysteries of the Muggy Own at Sedona Museum

Mike Peach, cowboy storyteller Sedona AZ–The Sedona Heritage Museum presents Michael Peach in a performance of “Mysteries of the Mogollon (or Muggy Own)” at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 2 at the Sedona Heritage Museum. “A man may work from sun to sun, and woman’s work is never done, and there’s no rest for the wicked ’til the grave.  But if you die in Arizona –... 

City of Sedona Arts and Culture Commission

Sedona AZ–On March 22, 2011, the Sedona City Council reappointed Rod Abbott and Roberta Kinion, to serve on the Arts & Culture Commission, and also appointed Eduard Uzumeckis.  The Arts and Culture Commission acts as an advocate and resource for arts and cultural opportunities on behalf of residents, businesses, and visitors of Sedona.  They recommend policy to the City Council on arts... 

Dear Editor: 89A Turnback Polls

A reference was made this morning on the Duo program relating to an SR89A poll taken by an on-line publication as Sedona.(something.) FYI, two such unrelated publications exist: The Sedona Eye and Sedona.biz.   The survey was, in fact, performed by Sedona.biz. By Cc of this e-mail to the publisher of Sedona Eye, C. Bentley Hill, I’m alerting her to the potential confusion for those who... 

Sedona Roundabout Art Earns Arizona Centennial Recognition

Sedona AZ (March 24 2011)–Sedona’s celebration of the Arizona Centennial officially began this month when the Arizona Historical Advisory Commission designated Sedona’s Art in the Roundabouts project as an Arizona Centennial Legacy Project. This designation is recognition by the state that the Roundabouts project portrays a significant, educational, and lasting aspect of Arizona history.... 

Author Elena Dias Bjorkquist at Yavapai College

Yavapai College’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) of Sedona & the Verde Valley is proud to present two unique cultural experiences highlighting the Mexican experience.  The Arizona Humanities Council and Yavapai College OLLI are sponsoring a special program on Wednesday, April 6 2011, by author Elena Dias Bjorkquist. Her topic is entitled “Growing up Chicana in Morenci AZ.”... 

Sedona Fire Responds to Head-on Collision

Sedona Fire Department aids injured child Sedona AZ (March 22 2011)–Sedona Fire Chief Nazih M. Hazime reported that the recent March storm caused the Sedona Fire Department to transport six patients for medical treatment after a head-on collision above the State Highway 89A Switchback. Overturned snowplow injures driver A driver of a snowplow was injured when the snowplow overturned and was... 

Pat Beaty Keynotes League Forum on Regionalism

Sedona AZ (March 18 2011)–Pat Beaty, Senior Fellow and Project Director at the Center for the Future of Arizona in Phoenix will address “Regionalism–Its Application and Possibilities for the Arizona We Want” at the League of Women Voters of Sedona-Verde Valley public forum Friday, April 29 2011, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Yavapai College Verde Valley Campus, 601 Black Hills... 

Sedona Park Rangers Need Volunteers

Sedona AZ–In 2007, the City of Sedona created the first all-volunteer municipal park ranger program that not only serves a city park system but also provides visitor services outside the parks and supports community events. Since then, the Sedona Volunteer Park Rangers have provided nearly 9,000 hours of public service. Wearing the familiar tan and green uniform with western style hat; rangers... 
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