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What’s Next For Sedona?

Where do we go now? The issue of taking back the road is a dead issue with the community with the only exception that Hamilton and Rayner may still take the voters to court to try to overturn 411. We will see if they honor the vote of the residents or use an outside group to take this to court. What we do have in front of us is a city council election just a few short months away. Who will be the candidates?... 

Resuscitating the USA

Sedona Eye contributor, Mel Copen by Melvyn R. Copen © Mel Copen, November 2011 Yes, we are still alive and kicking! There’s a lot of life still left in this Nation, but we are ill, very ill. We face many challenges, not the least of which is a dysfunctional leadership structure that doesn’t seem to understand the nature of the problems and has neither the will nor the integrity nor the common... 

Farewell to Mysteries of the Mogollon

Sedona AZ (November 28, 2011) – The Sedona Heritage Museum presents Michael Peach in his final performance of his original show “Mysteries of the Mogollon” at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 3, 2011. As part of his farewell to this show and in honor of the upcoming holidays, Peach will be introducing a new poem with a holiday theme based on an experience by his relative, Tuffy Peach. Mike... 

Another Lesson in Sedona 101

Eddie S. Maddock, Sedona Eye Columnist by Eddie S. Maddock, Sedona Eye Columnist As the dust barely settles from the turmoil of the resolution to the City of Sedona assuming ownership of State Route 89A, the difficulties relating to the completion of drainage improvements on a portion of the controversial state highway in West Sedona have arisen. Unexpected issues have surfaced insofar as discovering... 

Harley McGuire’s Thanksgiving Day 2011

Harley McGuire, SedonaEye.com star columnist Sedona AZ (November 28, 2011)-The first time I wrote an article (just a little over one year ago) it was with the intent to acquire new two and four legged friends of course, but mostly as a source whereby my newfound readers and pals could contact me, ask questions, and together we could find answers. Well, at the moment I need to prevail upon you, my... 

Chapel of the Holy Cross Listed on National Register

Sedona AZ (November 16, 2011) – The Chapel of the Holy Cross has been recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The National Register is the official listing of the nation’s cultural resources worthy of preservation. The Chapel was nominated for this listing at the national level of significance for its architectural design as an outstanding example of the Post War Modern... 

Sedona Gallery Relocates

Sedona AZ (November 21, 2011) – After opening Rowe Fine Art Gallery in Sedona’s Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village less than two years ago, wildlife sculptor Ken Rowe and wife, Monica, have outgrown the location. Rowe Fine Art will now relocate to the space previously occupied by Geoffrey Roth Gallery under Tlaquepaque’s beautiful bell tower. The Rowe Gallery Grand Opening will culminate... 

Breakfast with Santa

Sedona AZ (November 20, 2011) – It’s that time of year for all to be of good cheer so Sedona Parks and Recreation and the Boys and Girls Club of Northern Arizona invited Santa Claus to visit the City of Sedona to eat pancakes with the children before the North Pole gets busy. The Sedona Eye is happy to report that Santa accepted. Santa is scheduled to arrive on Saturday, December... 

Parks and Recreation Master Plan Surveys Wanted

Sedona AZ (November 20, 2011) – The City of Sedona Department of Parks and Recreation is working with Olsson Associates to develop a Master Plan. A survey being conducted to aide in the development of the Master Plan can be obtained by visiting the Parks and Recreation website at www.SedonaAz.gov/Parks. At this site you will find a link to the survey, a timeline of events, and a FAQ sheet and... 

Open Letter to ADOT Director

Dear Mr. Halikowski (Director ADOT), We are requesting that the hundreds of litter bags “bagged” this weekend on Highway 260 and Scenic Highway 89A (30 miles) be left in place until November 27, 2011. On November 27, they will be picked up by our recycling crew instead of your Highway Maintenance Departments having to deal with this chore (time and money saved). The recycling effort... 
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