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Scottsdale Man Dies at Tourist Attraction

Horseshoe Bend area near Page Arizona Sedona AZ (May 8, 2017) – The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death of a Scottsdale, Arizona man at a tourist attraction about five miles south of Page, AZ. On Sunday, May 7, 2017, around 9:00 in the morning, rangers from the National Park Service (NPS) at Glen Canyon located a phone and water bottle at the cliff edge of Horseshoe... 

OUI Checkpoint on Lake Powell

Lake Powell AZ Sedona AZ (July 30, 2016) – On Saturday, August 13, 2016, law enforcement agencies in northern Coconino County will be conducting an Operating Under the Influence (OUI) and boating safety checkpoint at Lake Powell from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. In an effort to reduce the number of persons killed and injured in alcohol and drug involved boat collisions, OUI checkpoints are conducted... 

Arizona Congressman Responds to Arizona Liberty on National Monument Issue

Sedona AZ (November 2, 2015) – Representative Dr. Paul A. Gosar (AZ-04) plans to introduce legislation this Thursday, November 6, 2015, to reform the 1906 Antiquities Act and stop its continuing abuse. This legislation will update the 1906 Antiquities Act to ensure local community interests, as well as private property rights and water rights, are protected. National monuments can be powerful... 

Man Found Deceased Outside Wahweap Lodge

Sedona AZ (October 13, 2015) – At 5:20 p.m. on the evening of October 11, 2015, the National Park Service at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area near Page, Arizona, received a report of an unresponsive man in a vehicle parked outside the Wahweap Lodge, Lake Powell. The man, 56, from Shonto, Arizona, an employee of the Wahweap Lodge Rainbow Room Restaurant, was found by coworkers who spotted... 

Is there a National Monument designation downside?

SedonaEye.com financial columnist J. Rick Normand addresses the National Monument designation pros and cons in the first of his two part series analysis Sedona AZ (August 12, 2015) – Is there a National Monument designation downside? You won’t find the answers at the Keep Sedona Beautiful website! This is what we’re told at the Keep Sedona Beautiful website: “Incredibly, no permanent protections... 

Arizona National Parks and Monuments Guide to Shutdown

Sedona AZ (October 3, 2013) – As of October 1, 2013, the federal government has shut down impacting the national parks and monuments. Visitors currently staying in accommodations in the parks, will have 48 hours to make alternative arrangements and depart the park. No new visitors will be allowed to enter and National Park Service facilities will be closed. The concessionaires will be allowed... 
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