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Earthquake Shakes Sedona

Sedona AZ (October 25, 2011) – The U.S. Geological Survey reported a small earthquake that struck about 18 miles northwest of Prescott, Arizona this morning, October 25, 2011. It was a magnitude 3.6 quake and was felt as far away as Sedona and Cottonwood.

The Arizona quake struck at approximately 11:20 in the morning with several hundred reporting feeling its effect close to the epicenter. The quake was about 100 miles northwest of the city of Phoenix.

For more information, visit the USGS website at www.USGS.gov. Download the following Earthquake Safety Information http://www.usgs.gov/newsroom/article.asp?ID=2782 found on the USGS website.

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  1. David J. says:

    yeah, yeah, yeah. you sure that epicenter wasn’t at Sedona City Hall?

  2. Connie says:

    Response to David:

    It’s too bad the earthquake wasn’t at City Hall. Better yet, a sink hole would serve to direct our leaders to a better place.

  3. N. Baer says:

    More likely the post office as usual.

  4. Pastor Rick says:

    People ought to pay better attention. If you haven’t found Jesus as your Lord and Savior seek him now. There are empty seats in churches and you need to offer your sins before the Great Forgiver.

    Live better lives and ask Jesus for help. God loves you and me.

    Nice to know that the earthquake did not hurt anyone in Arizona.

    We enjoy your news. A friend forwarded the WWII photograph story and several of us added our names to the daily reader. Bless you all. Keep up the fine work.

    Pastor Rick Taylor and family, retired
    Kansas City, KS

  5. TL says:

    Amen, Pastor Rick!

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