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Veterans July Unemployment Increased Slightly

Sedona AZ (August 2, 2013) – Earlier this morning, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released Veteran unemployment data for the month of July 2013. The unemployment rate for all Veterans was 6.4 percent last month—a very slight increase from 6.3 percent in June and still one percentage point below the national average of 7.4 percent. For post-9/11 Veterans, the rate bumped up to 7.7 percent in... 

Veteran Unemployment Rate Still Volatile But Improving

Veterans Administration says finding meaningful work for vets difficult in this economy Washington DC (October 5, 2012) – The Bureau of Labor Statistics released Veteran unemployment data for the month of September 2012 as 6.7 percent for all veterans, however, the current 12-month average unemployment for Veterans is 7.3 percent, the lowest figure during this administration. Not faring... 

Eye on Sedona Finance with City Manager Tim Ernster

Sedona AZ (July 11, 2012) – This Eye on Sedona article is written by Sedona City Manager Tim Ernster and submitted by the City of Sedona Arizona: Recently, there have been some expressions of discontent in reaction to the City’s attempts to collect thousands of dollars in delinquent sales taxes and wastewater fees from a few businesses in Sedona. The comments suggest that the City is being... 

Rotary Gives Free Books to Sedona Preschoolers

Sedona AZ (February 28, 2012) – The Rotary Club of Sedona is launching a program to send free books to preschool children who live in Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek. Children registered in the program will receive a book every month in the mail from the Imagination Library collection. The only requirements are that the child reside in Sedona or the Village of Oak Creek and be between birth... 

Gripe Guy on the Unemployed and Underpaid

I heard a statistic on the news the other night that says 20% of all Americans are under-employed and underpaid.  That figure is astronomical, but I have a feeling it’s even higher that what the media is reporting.   Remember, this 20% figure does not include the people who no longer collect UI benefits, or the people on welfare, or the homeless.  We have a huge problem here in the U.S.... 

New Art Gallery Opening & Book Signing March 5th

SPIRIT DANCER FINE ART GALLERY OPENING and BOOK SIGNING ART WALK FIRST FRIDAY Angel Lightfeather’s Sacred Pathways 105 Portal Lane, Sedona Arizona  March 5, 2010 5:00-8:00PM Fabulous Sedona Art Gallery “Spirit Dancer Fine Art” opens in a new to Sedona HOT SPOT.  On the first Friday of March during The Sedona First Friday Art Walk.  Visit Sedona Arizona’s newest art gallery Spirit Dancer... 

Letter from Germany Supports Sedona Candidates

Sedona AZ (February 15, 2010) – The following is a letter to the Sedona Times Publishing newspaper and its online news site SedonaEye.com editor from Germany: Letter to the Editor:  Guten Tag von Deutschland, Nancie and I, while currently living in Munich on an Expat assignment, believe the current election will be very important to the future of Sedona. We have already had the privilege of... 

Sedona Citizen Supports Democracy

Sedona AZ (January 31, 2010) – In a Letter to the Sedona Times Publishing newspaper and SedonaTimes.com Editor, a Sedona citizen writes the following for publication: The Mayor of Sedona is the Mayor of all the people and should be elected by those whom he/she serves.  I am very concerned that a sitting member of the City Council, Pud Culquitt, has set up a Political Committee which advocates... 

Responsive Sedona Leadership 2010 Endorses Candidates

Dear Friend: Thank you for your continued interest in our effort to elect Sedona City Council members who are committed to representing the citizens of our community. Responsive Sedona Leadership 2010 (RSL2010) is pleased to announce our candidate endorsements for the March Sedona City Council election. We are endorsing only one candidate for each of the five openings: Mayor: Rob Adams (incumbent) Two-Year... 
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