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U.S. Mexico Border Fiasco

Sedona AZ (May 14, 2017) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: Editor; United States and Mexico border is highlighted in green Trafficking in contraband, whether it be substances, livestock or humans, is egregious to any controlled area, especially a nation. In the U.S. / Mexico Border Fiasco, the people who profit financially from these activities are often called “leaches,”... 

ADOT Raises Truck Weights on I-10 and I-19

Sedona AZ (September 1, 2016) – The Arizona Department of Transportation is beginning a year-long pilot program allowing slightly heavier trucks in one of the state’s key transportation corridors, responding to requests from area leaders to help make commercial traffic more efficient. Starting September 1, 2016, trucks on interstates in the Tucson area and between Tucson and Nogales may receive... 

Points to Ponder

Sedona Eye guest columnist, Mel Copen Sedona AZ (December 12, 2011) – Every now and then, issues arise which I believe are important, but which can be dealt with in substantially less than a full column. When I accumulate a few, “points to ponder” is the result. The First Amendment to the Constitution contains the wording: “Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech…”... 

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... 
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