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800 Miles to End Polio in Arizona

Sedona AZ (November 17, 2011) – Rotary Clubs across Arizona are joining together to lead an ambitious campaign called “800 Miles to End Polio Now.” Volunteers of all ages and all backgrounds will be hiking, running, biking or horseback riding a section of The Arizona Trail, which runs across the state from Mexico to Utah. Partnering with the Arizona Trail Association, Rotary is asking Arizonans... 

Sedona Serious About Sustainability

Sedona AZ–What is the City of Sedona Sustainability Commission? The Sustainability Commission is a group of nine resident volunteers, chosen by the Sedona City Council, to serve as an advisory board on issues related to environmental sustainability for Sedona. The Sustainability Commission, tasked with preserving Sedona’s beauty, was formed in 2010 and began holding monthly meetings in... 

Sedona City Council Winners Litrell, Ward, McIlroy and Rayner

March 9, 2010-Sedona AZ–Sedonans overwhelming elected the dark skies and National Scenic Area candidates Dr. Dennis Rayner, Dan McIlroy, Mike Ward and Barbara Litrell to its City Council and rejected the re-election campaign efforts of Dan Surber and Nancy Scagnelli, two Council members who formed what was considered by many Sedonans as an anti-dark sky and anti-NSA voting bloc when coupled... 

Sedona Mayor Rob Adams Wins Second Term!

March 9, 2010-Sedona AZ–Mayor Rob Adams won a hard fought re-election campaign and celebrated tonight with supporters after the election results were announced.   Mayor Adams credited his wife, Christine, and family with being his strength and support during his initial term and during a difficult second campaign.  Mayor Adams acknowledged and thanked the cadre of supporters who knocked... 

City of Sedona Announces Roundabout Art Competition

The City of Sedona announces Public Art Competition for State Route 179 Roundabouts at the “Y” and Brewer Road. The City of Sedona, the Arts and Culture Commission, and the Art in Public Places Committee announces a major exterior public art competition for professional artists residing in Yavapai and Coconino counties including, but not limited to, the City of Sedona, Camp Verde, Clarkdale, Cottonwood,... 

Letter to the Editor:Red Rock Land Trades

Letter to the Editor:  Do you know why the Red Rock Ranger District can’t make land trades?   Well, here’s the story.   Twelve years ago, the folks in this town decided they’d had enough with parcel after parcel of their pristine forest vanishing, morphing into paved streets and rooftops overnight.  The final straw was La Barranca in the Village of Oak Creek…gone to luxury homes... 
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