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J. Rick Normand: Sedona Mayor on Tourism Ad Dollars Unnecessary – Part Two

J. Rick Normand, examines City of Sedona contract with the Sedona Chamber of Commerce in the second of his two-part Op-Ed series. Sedona AZ (August 10, 2018) – Thanks to the decade long influence peddling to the last several Sedona City Councils by the Sedona Chamber of Commerce and the Sedona Lodging Council, the effective design and implementation of a successful and sustainable resort town... 
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Breaking News: Sedona Settles Permanent Base Adjustment Lawsuit – It’s on November Ballot

Sedona AZ (August 9, 2018) – The Permanent Base Adjustment will be on the November 6, 2018 ballot. On August 3, Arizona Liberty, a local Sedona political action committee, filed a lawsuit in Yavapai County Superior Court against the City of Sedona for illegally invalidating its citizens’ initiative to place a Permanent Base Adjustment on the November 6, 2018 ballot. “Yesterday, at the request... 

J. Rick Normand: Sedona Mayor on Tourism Ad Dollars Unnecessary

J. Rick Normand, examines City of Sedona contract with the Sedona Chamber of Commerce in his two-part Op-Ed series In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act!- George Orwell Have you seen the Chamber’s new signs? “Let’s Fix Traffic…Vote Yes on Visitors Rule!” (..over us, that is?) OK, the signs actually say “Vote Yes on Home Rule,” but Home Rule enables... 

Eddie Maddock: Cheers for Sedona’s Best

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock on today in Sedona. Sedona AZ (June 16, 2018) – At some point during our lives, Rah! Rah! Sis Boom Bah! is a cheer most of us are able to relate to. With Federal, State, County and City elections on the 2018 horizon, perhaps it’s time to break out the drum roll and resurrect the well known phrase to cheer for the candidates of our choice. We are... 

Prescott Police Need Help Solving 2002 Murder Case

Prescott AZ (April 18, 2012) – The Prescott Police Department is resuming the investigation of the brutal murder of 71-year-old Brenton Carpenter. The murder occurred on June 4, 2002 at Carpenter’s home in the Yavapai Hills development in Prescott. The killer has not been caught and the Prescott Police Department is asking for assistance from the community. Shortly after the investigation ensued,... 

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