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Two Sedona Policing Memorials Planned

Sedona AZ (April 4, 2017) – Friends of the Sedona Police Department announced today that a bronze K9 statue memorial is being created honoring K9s who sacrificed their lives serving the citizens of Arizona, and honoring the service of K9s on active duty, including Sedona Police K9 Dalan, the city’s most recent K9. In phase two, a Sedona Police Officer Memorial will be created next to the Sedona... 

Boot Camp Training for Potential Political Candidates

Sedona AZ (April 4, 2017) – The current political climate has resulted in a growing interest in the number of people willing to get involved and thinking about running for elected office. The League of Women Voters Greater Verde Valley is teaming up with Osher Lifelong Learning Institute to offer, at no cost, “Candidate Boot Camp” for individuals thinking about running for office or wanting... 

The Wizards of Sedona

Sedona AZ (March 28, 2017) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: A basic tenet of our democracy is the freedom of speech, where each of us can express our beliefs no matter how varied they may be. And here in Sedona these opinions span the gamut of the spectrum when it comes to city politics. So here’s my take on what’s going on… Sedona Arizona Open Gate There... 

Breaking News: Pursuit in Progress Leads to Suspect Arrest

John Freeman John Freeman Sedona AZ (March 27, 2017) – UPDATE 3:45 p.m. – Yavapai County Sheriff’s Department and the Coconino County Sheriff’s Department jointly announce that suspect John Freeman was arrested within the last twenty minutes. Further details to follow on SedonaEye.com news. UPDATE  2:30 p.m. – There were three suspects involved in the incident. The first... 

Sedona Paving Program Budgets One Mile Per Year

Sedona AZ (March 22, 2017) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: Sedona roads are designed for slow scenic views and sharing the road with other vehicles, hikers and cyclists, ATVs and tour conveyances. Monsoons and mountain snowmelts cause flood waters, shifting ground and rock falls that contribute to transportation issues and road hazards. I just wanted to let the readership... 

AZ Secretary of State to speak at Chamber Breakfast

Sedona AZ (March 21, 2017) – The Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce will host Michele Reagan, Arizona Secretary of State, as its featured speaker for Business & Breakfast on May 23, 2017, from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. at Estrella Mountain Community College. Secretary Reagan will update the audience on her legislative work to improve Arizona’s system of elections and modernize the entire Department... 

VOCA Ballot: Vote No to Everything Asks Organized Neighbors

Sedona AZ (March 19, 2017) – VOTE NO to everything, asks Fairway Oaks Neighbors civic organization after examining the Village of Oak Creek (Homeowners) Association Board proposal for selling a narrow, but valuable strip of land in the heart of the Village of Oak Creek in Sedona, Arizona. In an email sent to VOCA membership and the SedonaEye.com editor, FairwayOaksNeighbors@yahoo.com writes: Mar... 

ADOT Closes I-10 Overnight This Week

Sedona AZ (March 19, 2017) – Sections of AZ Interstate 10 west of downtown Phoenix will be closed during overnight hours beginning Monday, March 20, and ending early Friday, March 24, for installation of new traffic-flow sensors. Drivers should allow extra travel time and consider alternate routes while the following I-10 closures are in place: ·         Eastbound I-10 closed at 35th... 

The Ten Thousand’s Two Million Shadow

Sedona AZ (March 18, 2017) – The following is a letter to the SedonaEye.com editor: Sedona Red Rock View, a 2015 SedonaEye.com photo exclusive After reading the SRRN 3/10/17 article “City & Chamber talk contract,” I began to wonder if the Chamber has become a part of a shadow government, and if the Council has unwittingly ceded some of its powers to the Chamber. The City gives... 

Arizonans drove almost 67 billion miles in 2016

Sedona AZ (March 16, 2017) – Drivers covered nearly 67 billion miles on Arizona roads in 2016, the state’s fifth consecutive annual increase, according to a Federal Highway Administration estimate. Part of a Traffic Volume Trends report estimating a record 3.2 trillion miles driven on U.S. public roads last year, the Arizona figure demonstrates the importance of maintaining and improving the... 
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