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Jews Telling Jokes

Sedona AZ (January 15, 2018) – It’s said that “He who laughs, lasts!” That phrase certainly applies well to the Jewish people. They have lasted for over three thousand years. And their vibrant sense of humor – especially about themselves – has helped them to prevail and flourish. You’re invited to enjoy this joyous heritage at a hilarious evening of laugh-a-minute quips, jokes,... 

Jury Warrant Scam Finds Prescott Victim

Sedona AZ (January 13, 2018) – In late December 2017, a 42-year-old Prescott man contacted the Sheriff’s Office to report losing money in the ‘jury warrant scam.’ The victim had received a call purportedly from a deputy at the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office and was told he had a $4000 warrant for his arrest because he was a no show for jury duty. The scam suspect indicated that if the... 

Monday Morning Coffee with Alejandro Gutierrez

Sedona AZ (January 8, 2017) – Join real estate insider Alejandro Gutierrez, Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty, as he shares his Monday Morning Coffee with you from Sedona, Arizona:   Beyond low mortgage rates, there are other reasons to be optimistic about the housing market in 2018. Consumer confidence is at very high levels, partly due to a record high stock market and a low unemployment... 

JCSVV welcomes community to discuss Judaism and Jesus

Sedona AZ (January 4, 2018) – Exodus tells the story of Moses. Shalom to all from the Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley. Erev Shabbat services will begin on Friday, January 5, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. led by Rabbi Alicia Magal, who will offer a drash (commentary) on the portion of the week, as well as Shabbat prayers, blessings for those who are ill and Kaddish, the Mourner’s prayer.... 

Arizona Family Found Deceased

Sedona AZ (January 2, 2018) – The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office responded to a welfare check request and discovered four family members deceased inside a cabin. On January 1, 2018 at 12:26 p.m., the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office received a telephone call from a friend of a family staying at a Parks, Arizona residence. The caller explained family members had been trying to contact... 

Eddie Maddock: Good Idea or Bad Idea?

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock begins 2018 with a political eye on change. Sedona AZ (January 1, 2018) – Turning the calendar page to January of any new year also revives the process of old procedures to be dealt with in the months ahead. As we proceed to assess our own financial and personal situations, government jurisdictions at all levels commence to do the same. Budgets, schedules,... 
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