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Severely Injured Climber Rescued at Oak Creek Vista

Sedona Fire District and Coconino County Search and Rescue and Guardian Medical join with AZ DPS and Highlands Fire for a dramatic helicopter short haul rescue of severely injured Oak Creek climber. Sedona AZ (November 13, 2018) – On November 10, 2018 at approximately 2:45 in the afternoon, the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call about a climbing accident at Oak Creek Vista,... 

Oak Creek Restoration of Roadside Pullouts Input Request

Sedona AZ (August 17, 2018) – The Forest Service’ Oak Creek Watershed Restoration Project proposes nine activities to restore the watershed, including the rehabilitation of roadside parking along AZ State Route 89A in Oak Creek Canyon. To enhance the project’s analysis, a set of detailed maps has been created to clarify the location of all sixty (60) unauthorized roadside pullouts proposed... 

Eddie Maddock: Further Fodder for Fueling the Firestorm

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie S. Maddock takes another look at Sedona past and prophetic headlines. Sedona AZ (August 28, 2017) – Revisiting our catchy headline journey, let us begin with a guest column by Pat Pomphrey, Member, Sedona City Council, RRNews 11/07/90:  And What Can We Expect Here in Sedona? City creates ‘Disaster Waiting to Happen’. And it gets better with its insert... 

Sunset Park Construction Closes Playground

Sedona AZ (May 2, 2017) – The Sunset Park toddler playground will be closed May 8-12, 2017, for remodeling. A grant from the Yavapai Apache Nation and a generous donation from the Sedona Oak Creek Canyon Lions Club will be used to replace aging playground equipment. Five new pieces of equipment will be installed: a climbing structure, play tunnel, spinner, spring rockers and bucket swings. For... 

Sedona Oak Creek Flooding is Serious Business with Eddie Maddock

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock Sedona AZ (October 16, 2015) – Sedona Mayor and Members of the City Council, as you are probably aware, flooding in Sedona generally originates from two sources: (1) Summer monsoons; (2) Spring flooding resulting from El Nino conditions. If you haven’t had the opportunity to view the two web links included here, time permitting you might find them of... 

Back on the Drawing Board with Eddie Maddock

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock Sedona AZ (November 7, 2014) – The final Regular City Council Meeting, prior to the seating of the newly elected, is on Wednesday, November 12, 2014, where a last ditch effort to purchase creek side property will again be discussed. The three properties for consideration at this time as taken from the Council Agenda are: Chavez Crossing – Current USFS Campground... 

Public Works and the Neighborly Spirit

Sedona AZ (December 13, 2013) – When contemplating what to do as a community member, the old quote “Love your neighbor as yourself” seems apt. This requires some understanding of how what you do affects those around you, and answering the question, “How would I want to be treated in the same circumstance?” Neighborliness is about doing the considerate thing for your fellow residents.... 

Oak Creek Watershed Council Honored

Barry Allan, OCWC Executive Director Sedona AZ (November 8, 2012) – The Oak Creek Watershed Council (OCWC) was awarded Nonprofit of the Year by the Sedona Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Arizona Community Foundation, at the Spirit of Sedona 2012 Awards celebration. The award was presented by Stephanie Giesbrecht, member of the Advisory Board, who noted the importance of Oak Creek... 

Sedona Museum Hosts Verde Valley Book Signing

Jordan Historical Park museum Sedona AZ (December 3, 2011) – The Sedona Heritage Museum will host a book-signing for author William Cowan on Saturday, December 10, 2011 at the Museum in Uptown Sedona. Cowan’s “Images of the Verde Valley” is another in the Arcadia Books series of historic photo books. Images of the Verde Valley looks at both the incorporated and unincorporated communities... 

Sedona Mayor Asks Where Do We Go From Here?

Sedona Mayor Rob Adams Sedona AZ–“The last three years have arguably been the most difficult and challenging times in our City’s history,” Sedona Mayor, Rob Adams writes in a City released letter on Tuesday, August 23, 2011 to Sedona Eye and local news organizations. The Mayor’s letter is printed here in its entirety as received. “The most severe economic downturn... 
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