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Know Snow as storm arrives

Sedona AZ (February 27, 2017) – According to the latest National Weather Service forecast, a snowstorm is expected to drop between 8 and 12 inches of heavy snow on north and central Arizona areas by tomorrow morning. The storm will gain intensity early Monday evening, according to the most recent forecast from the National Weather Service. Residents south of the Mogollon Rim may see flooding,... 

First Responders Find Missing Woman Alive

Karen Klein found Sedona AZ (December 24, 2016) – Shortly after midnight, Kane County Utah Sheriff’s Office searchers located missing person Karen Klein at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Ms. Klein had walked approximately 26 miles since Thursday afternoon in search of help for herself, husband and son after their vehicle became stuck on a forest service road. When Search and Rescue teams... 

Search for Missing Woman Continues

Karen Klein missing Sedona AZ (December 23, 2016) – The Coconino County Arizona Sheriff’s Office and Kane County Utah Sheriff’s Office are searching for missing Karen Klein, 47, last seen on foot Thursday, December 22, around 2:30 p.m. near DeMotte Park. Karen Klein is 5’4”, 105 lbs with shoulder length blond hair. She was last seen wearing a navy blue Lands End parka trimmed in fake... 

Hunter Killed in Thanksgiving Weekend UTV Accident

Sedona AZ (November 28, 2016) – A 45-year-old Cave Creek, AZ man was killed on Friday, November 25, 2016 in an off road vehicle accident while hunting in Northern Arizona. Christopher Fitzmaurice and a friend were on an elk hunt, south of the Grand Canyon and Tusayan. Fitzmaurice was driving his Polaris Ranger when the vehicle rolled over and landed on him. His friend was unable to lift the machine... 

ADOT Completes Navajo Nation US 89 Improvements

ADOT completes Cameron US 89 underpass Sedona AZ (September 14, 2016) – US 89 through the Navajo Nation community of Cameron has a wider roadway, two new bridges over the Little Colorado River, a modern roundabout at the junction with State Route 64, and underpasses for people and livestock thanks to a recently completed Arizona Department of Transportation project. “Traffic safety and mobility... 

ADOT Honored After 2015 House Rock Flash Flood

Vermilion Cliffs 2015 monsoon caused mud and rock slides across US 89A resulted in a massive ADOT road construction project completed in 53 days. Sedona AZ (August 4, 2016) – After a spectacularly strong monsoon dumped 1.5 inches of rain on northern Arizona’s Vermilion Cliffs in just fifteen minutes, it was no surprise that mud and rocks covered US 89A. But when Arizona Department of Transportation... 

Sedona Area Wildfire Doesn’t Threaten City

Sedona AZ (July 24, 2016) – Smoke visible across much of the Verde Valley and AZ I-17 from a Munds Mountain wilderness fire east of Sedona has burned over 200 acres but is not impacting Sedona residents or tourists except to increase travel delays on its arterial road system. A Grand Canyon wildfire began after a June 29 lightning strike and was allowed to burn by the National Park Service for... 

Public asked to attend Grand Canyon National Park Airport Master Plan

Sedona AZ (July 14, 2016) – The master plan study process for the Grand Canyon National Park Airport, owned and operated by the Arizona Department of Transportation, continues with a public information workshop July 20 in Flagstaff, Arizona. The public will be able to review data collected by the study team regarding aviation forecasts and how it relates to current airport facility capabilities.... 

ADOT, Flagstaff team to improve traffic flow on US 180

Sedona AZ (May 10, 2016) – Flagstaff residents and visitors will be able to spend more time enjoying the attractions of northern Arizona and less time getting there, thanks to an upcoming Arizona Department of Transportation project designed to reduce congestion in the heart of that city. ADOT and the city of Flagstaff are teaming to add turn lanes where North Humphreys Street (US 180) meets... 

New Poll Shows Majority of Arizonans Oppose National Monument

Sedona AZ (May 7, 2016) – Today, Congressman Paul Gosar (AZ-04) released the following statement after a new scientific poll conducted by Coleman Dahm & Associates found that 71.6% of Arizonans are opposed to the ongoing effort by special interest groups to lock up 1.7 million more acres in Northern Arizona by presidential executive order under the Antiquities Act: “The latest polling numbers... 
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