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A friend of mines daughter in singing in this video. Her mother used to live in Sedona. I think you will enjoy this.
Marvel Warren, Sedona AZ
(Sedona Times Publishing and SedonaEye.com: We agree with the America’s Got Talent judges that Lys Agnes is talented and stunning! Good luck, Lys. Thank you, Marvel Warren, for bringing Lys’ Arizona connection to our readers attention. We...
Interstate 40 west of Flagstaff may close due to Engineer Fire
Interstate 40 may close this afternoon, June 2 2011, due to the Engineer Fire near Camp Navajo, approximately 12 miles west of Flagstaff. The Arizona Department of Transportation is working with fire officials to ensure the safety of the traveling public.
The closure of I-40 would be set between Flagstaff Ranch Road and Bellemont (mileposts...
Flagstaff AZ June 2010 Wildfire by Sedona Times photographer, Brian Goodwin
Sedona AZ (May 17, 2011) –As fire danger increases, fire restrictions go into effect throughout the Sedona Fire District, Monday, May 23 2011, at 8 a.m.
These restrictions include all open fires and campfires on private and public lands which are prohibited until such time as the extreme fire danger has subsided.
Master Chorale of Flagstaff performs Handel’s Messiah, November 21 2010, at 7:30 PM at the Trinity Heights United Methodist Church, 3600 North 4th Street in beautiful Flagstaff, Arizona. Tickets are available at the door and are only $16 for adults, Seniors $15 and Students/Children $8.
For early ticket purchases, go to
NAU Central Ticketing: 928-523-5661 or online at home.naue.edu/cto/
Wednesday, October 27–Inside the music of the FSO’s Echoes of Vienna concert. Mary Nebel, Flagstaff Keeping Score coordinator, talks about the composers Haydn, Weber and Brahms. 4th Street Library community room. Noon. Free. Brown bag lunchers welcome.
Friday, October 29–Echoes of Vienna, the second concert in the FSO masterworks series, with Haydn’s Sinfonia concertante...