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ADOT to close I-10 west of Phoenix

Sedona AZ (January 17, 2019) – ADOT I-10 and South Mountain Freeway update through January 21, 2019, alerts the public that Eastbound I-10 west of downtown Phoenix this weekend will close and crews will shift traffic for the next phase of South Mountain Freeway work. Motorists traveling from the West Valley toward downtown Phoenix this weekend should allow extra travel time and plan ahead to... 

Westbound US 60 in Tempe lane closures tonight

Sedona AZ (January 17, 2019) – Westbound US 60 (Superstition Freeway) will be narrowed during overnight hours Thursday night (January 17) for traffic control changes between Mill Avenue and Interstate 10 in Tempe, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. Following other traffic flow improvements made last summer, crews are removing flexible lane delineator posts that have separated... 

Late Fee Waivers Offered to Arizona Lawyers Affected by Government Shutdown

Sedona AZ (January 15, 2019) – In an effort to help attorneys who have been affected by the government shutdown, the State Bar of Arizona will waive the late charges on their annual fees. Attorney membership fees are due every year on February 1, which could coincide with the indefinite shutdown. While we anticipate the Bar’s late fee waiver will help members who are furloughed, a challenge... 

Prescott Valley Police Department Seeking Information

Sedona AZ (January 15, 2019) – On Sunday, December 23, 2018, an unknown person or persons damaged displays at the Valley of Lights near Fain Park in the Town of Prescott Valley, Arizona. As well as the damage done to the Valley of Lights, items also stolen include the following: 20 to 30 electrical extension cords varying in lengths of 25 to 100 feet and varying in colors from blue, orange... 

Sedona Historical Society Offers Reduced Membership Rate

Sedona AZ (January 11, 2019) – The Sedona Historical Society (SHS) is offering a special introductory membership program for first time members for a limited time in 2019. First-time members (only) are invited to join at “Supporting” level for half price, or just $50 (membership rate $100). A “Supporting” member will enjoy all the benefits of membership at this level for the first year,... 

ADOT January 11-14 Weekend Travel Advisories

Sedona AZ (January 11, 2019) – The Arizona Department of Transportation issued the following weekend travel advisories for January 11 through January 14, 2019. Be aware of the following restrictions: Eastbound AZ I-10 closed between the I-17 “Stack” interchange and State Route 51 from 9 p.m. Friday to 9 a.m. Saturday (Jan. 12) for freeway improvements, including Deck Park Tunnel cleaning... 

PANT Investigation Leads to Cottonwood Meth and Heroin

Cottonwood home raid finds drugs, money and guns and a ledger book with customer names, payments and debts. Sedona AZ (January 11, 2019) – This release was delayed due to the investigation involving detectives from the Partner’s Against Narcotics Trafficking Task Force (PANT). On December 19, 2018, Jairo Chavez-Rodriguez, 39, was arrested at a Cottonwood area service station for Possession... 

Salt River Policeman killed by texting motorist

Sedona AZ (January 9, 2019) – The Arizona Department of Public Safety (AZDPS) is investigating a fatal collision involving a Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community police officer, that occurred on January 8, 2019, at 6:04 p.m. The Salt River Police Department officer was struck by a distracted motorist while he was standing by the driver’s side door of the passenger car he had stopped. At... 

Arizona Attorney Suspended for Client Abandonment

Sedona AZ (January 7, 2019) – The Presiding Disciplinary Judge of the Arizona Supreme Court ordered that Phoenix attorney Christopher S. Short be suspended for two years after abandoning clients and failing to comply with the State Bar of Arizona investigation. Short was paid a flat fee by his client to resolve an informal probate of an estate. During representation, he told his client to find another... 

Coconino Wildlife Killing Contest: Teaching Kids Bloodsports

Sedona AZ (January 6, 2019) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: Sedona bobcats Teaching Kids Bloodsports? Not my 4H. Recently I discovered a local 4H group is supporting and the beneficiary of an upcoming wildlife killing contest (WKC) called March Madness in Coconino County. This WKC awards prizes to participants for points based on the animals they kill including bobcats... 
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