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2016 Judges Panel Selected for Sedona Chili Cook Off

Rotary Chili Cook-Off trophy Sedona AZ (March 27, 2016) – May 7 is the date! Rotary Club of Sedona is presenting the Sixth Annual Great Sedona Chili Cook-Off at Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village as part of its Cinco de Mayo Fiesta weekend. The 2016 Great Sedona Chili Cook-Off offers the most diverse and talented group of competitors yet. Two cities, two Fire Districts, and nine of the Sedona... 

Islam and the West, the Clash of Two Worlds

Sedona AZ (December 19, 2015) – SedonaEye.com guest writer Brent Maupin begins a first in his series of discovery, discussion and solutions to the Islamic terrorists: Throughout history in any given society there are those who act, those who oppose this action, and those who are undecided. During the American Revolution it was our Founding Fathers who acted. They had the support of about one... 

Merry Christmas Islam

Sedona AZ (December 15, 2015) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: Ref: Political Claims of “THAT IS NOT WHO WE ARE!” Editor, Who Are We? Is this a stupid question? It has been said that we Americans love our freedom. If that is true: Why do we keep electing politicians that speak, write and act in ways to diminish our Liberty? Right after becoming the new Republican... 

Early Morning in Kandahar

Afghanistan and region Sedona AZ (January 23, 2013) – Six days a week, her smartphone alarm – a soothing instrumental melody – goes off at 4:10 a.m. Air Force Capt. Lesley Lilly leads her class in stretching before a January 14, 2013, workout at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan. Lilly, deployed from Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, coaches a 5 a.m. CrossFit class six days a week. She... 

800 Miles to End Polio in Arizona

Sedona AZ (November 17, 2011) – Rotary Clubs across Arizona are joining together to lead an ambitious campaign called “800 Miles to End Polio Now.” Volunteers of all ages and all backgrounds will be hiking, running, biking or horseback riding a section of The Arizona Trail, which runs across the state from Mexico to Utah. Partnering with the Arizona Trail Association, Rotary is asking Arizonans... 

Honor Our Vets

SedonaEye.com Guest Columnist Gary Chamberlain Sedona AZ (January 15, 2011) – The following story was sent to me and whether it’s true or not, it’s believable and doable. It brought a tear to my eye reading it as I would imagine it would to all soldiers, veterans, and especially Vietnam era veterans of which I am one. God bless the man who took this action and to all who follow... 

Leaking of Secret U.S. Cables Sparks Diplomacy Crisis

A reprint of today’s breaking news! Share on open Information Network   Luisita Lopez Torregrosa Correspondent NEW YORK — A large batch of secret American diplomatic cables over the past three years offers an unusual look at back-channel discussions by embassies around the world, unflattering views of world leaders and stark evaluations of nuclear and terrorist threats, The New York... 

Thursday’s Tirade II

Tommy Acosta Sedona AZ (December 11, 2008) – Good day Sedona! Lot’s on the plate today for us to cover. First, we should be receiving our hard-copy issue of the Sedona-Verde Valley Times newspaper in the mail today or tomorrow. Be sure to check this issue out. In it we cover hunger in Sedona, something I’m sure some would rather sweep under the table but something those who care in our community... 

Sedona Friday Afternoon Muse

Tommy Acosta Sedona AZ (November 14, 2008) – So it seems Sedona.biz editor Carl Jackson is a tad upset over alleged efforts by the city’s media-of-record to prevent the city from sharing its weekly staff or council member written columns with him for his Web site. Tsk! Tsk! Tsk! For me it’s simply business-as-usual; pangs suffered by one media outlet when another begins to infringe on its... 
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