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Prevention is key to wildfire risk reduction

Sedona AZ  – The adage is true. One spark can start a wildfire – just like the Sawmill Fire in Southern Arizona. And every year, people continue to be the number one cause of wildfires in the state. With the abundance of winter moisture across Arizona, the Department of Forestry and Fire Management wants to remind people not to get complacent. Sunday kicks off Southwest Wildfire Awareness... 

Is there a National Monument designation downside? Part II

SedonaEye.com financial columnist J. Rick Normand addresses the National Monument designation pros and cons in the second of his two part series analysis Sedona AZ (August 15, 2015) – This is the second of my two part series “Is there a National Monument designation downside?” You won’t find the answers at the Keep Sedona Beautiful website! We left off in Part I with an investigation... 

AZ US 89 Repaired and Reopened Today

The AZ US 89 highway landslide took more than two years and $60 million in emergency repair transportation funds to fix and reopen and provide an alternate route through the Navajo Nation Sedona AZ (March 27, 2015) –  At 4:15 p.m. today, Arizona US 89 south of Page was reopened to traffic for the first time following a February 20, 2013, landslide that caused catastrophic damage to the roadway,... 

AZ US 89 Scheduled to Reopen

Sedona AZ (March 11, 2015) –  Two years after a landslide ripped apart a 500-foot section of US 89 and split the communities of Bitter Springs and Page, the Arizona Department of Transportation anticipates reopening the highway to traffic on the afternoon of Friday, March 27, 2015, barring any potential weather delays or mechanical breakdowns during the paving process, which began today. Page... 

Woman Dies in Supai Canyon

Sedona AZ (July 9, 2013) – Coconino County Sheriff’s Detectives are investigating the death of twenty seven year-old Danielle Marie Harris of Mesa, Arizona, who was struck by a falling tree branch in Supai Canyon. On Saturday July 6, 2013, at about 4:15 in the afternoon, the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Officers assigned to law enforcement... 

Search Underway for Havasupai Canyon Overdue Hiker *UPDATE

Arizona DPS Search and Rescue helicopter involved in Havasupai Canyon search Sedona AZ (May 15, 2013) – *UPDATE MAY 15, 2013 at 10:23 AM – Supai Canyon; Sixty year-old Judy Jones of Phoenix, Arizona, who was reported missing after she separated from two companions while hiking in Supai Canyon has been located. She is being transported to Hill Top by an Arizona Department of Public Safety... 

Congressional Staff Available to Constituents

Sedona AZ – The staff of U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar, AZ-CD1, will be at the Sedona City Hall, City Manager’s Conference Room, 106 Roadrunner Drive, from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM on October 13, 2011. The event is open to the public. The Congressman’s staff will be available to answer questions and provide help with the Veterans Administration and veterans’ benefits, Social Security,... 
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