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Sedona Welcomes New Communications and Public Relations Manager

Marty Macurak will join city of Sedona staff Sedona AZ (December 7, 2016) – In July 2016, the city of Sedona advertised for a Communications and Public Relations Manager. Upon receiving almost two hundred resumes, the candidates were reduced to the top eight. After completing a lengthy and intensive interview process spanning several weeks, Marty Macurak emerged as the successful candidate. Macurak... 

Coconino National Forest Spring 2016 Plan Revision Update

Sedona AZ (April 6, 2016) – It has been a while since the Coconino National Forest revision plan received a public update, writes its revision team at the U.S. Forest Service. Since the conclusion of the 90-day comment period on the draft plan and draft environmental impact statement (DEIS), the team has been focused on reviewing all the comments received on the documents and determining how... 

Arizona May Have New Snake Species

Sedona AZ (March 22, 2014) – On going reptile research has identified another possible snake species in Arizona. In the past, fifteen snake species were identified in the United States with thirteen of those found in the state of Arizona. Well, things continue to evolve and there is new research that could lead to the speckled rattlesnake being listed as two species instead of one. Both species... 

Verde Ranger District Burns Planned

Sedona AZ (January 27, 2014) –Fire managers on the Verde Ranger District are planning to start ignitions on the Tex Canyon Project beginning Wednesday, January 29, 2014, and continuing over the next two weeks. Specific days to burn will be determined by current and expected weather patterns allowing fire managers to make every effort to minimize smoke impacts to nearby communities. Tactics to keep... 

Water is a Wonderful Thing

Arizona Elk Society volunteers fill dry water tanks. Southwestern water studies show visitation rates by non-game species exceeded that of game species in hot weather. Sedona AZ (June 26, 2013) – It is summer and the weather is hot and dry. So dry in fact that many wildlife species are stressed by the aridity and lack of available water. Many species like deer, elk, and pronghorn are all pregnant... 

Enraged Bobcat Attacks Dog, Injures Man

  Pinal County Arizona Florence AZ (April 21 2010) – The Pinal County Public Health Services District is issuing a rabies advisory and urging Pinal County residents to have their animals vaccinated against the fatal disease. On April 20, 2010 a resident of Mammoth was attacked by a bobcat while outside his home in his yard. The bobcat lunged from under a parked vehicle and caused numerous... 
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