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In A Manner of Preaching

Eddie S. Maddock, Sedona Eye Columnist If the title causes a few eyebrows to rise, then it served its purpose. As the conclusion of another very difficult year rapidly approaches, it brings to my mind that even the utmost unique situations, not only globally but within our own little incorporated City of Sedona, are surmountable. When tempers and fury rage, frequently, logic seems to prefer to go on... 

Never Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth: Unless it’s Trojan!

Sedona AZ (August 2, 2010) –  Sedona breathed a sigh of relief when ADOT extended their deadline threat by an additional six months to put the lights up if the city doesn’t take back S.R. 89A, . Some complained, according to the Red Rock News, that the council did not have enough time to study the turnback and public input is needed to make a decision. Nonetheless, the reprieve was perceived... 

The Real Seven Deadly Sins

Tommy Acosta, Sedona Times Publishing guest writer Sedona AZ (January 13, 2010) – An exclusive guest editorial to the SedonaEye.com, formerly SedonaTimes.com, by Tommy Acosta, Sedona Arizona: These are the real seven deadly sins that stop us, thwart us from ever being able to achieve our dreams: 1. Regret… “Wishing I had done something else. Regret for what I did not do. Why did I do... 

Sedona Artist Gives All To His Art

Sedona artist Rick Rowley creates in his studio cSedonaTimes 2010 Sedona AZ (January 5, 2010) – When a mortal looks at a chunk of clay, a wooden log, a piece of granite or a blank canvass, that is what he or she usually sees – a chunk of clay, a wooden log, a piece of granite or a blank canvass. But when the eyes of an artist fall upon the same objects, they see the hidden beauty inside the... 

Reflexology: The Path to Better Health Lies at Your Feet

Tommy Acosta, reflexologist Sedona AZ (December 30, 2009) – Considered to be the most humble of healing arts, reflexology is also one of the most powerful. For where but at the lowly feet can one find to key to perfect health and harmony? Reflexology, the healing art of the ancients, has been practiced for more than 5,000 years. Egyptian royalty used it, so did the Aztec kings. The Imperial Chinese... 

Bad Week For Crashes

Tommy Acosta Sedona AZ (February 16, 2009) – Talk about a bad week for crashes. Never mind the ongoing collapse of the world financial systems and the epidemic of businesses crashing in and around Sedona. How about two one-ton satellites smashing into each other over the North Pole, spreading tens of thousands of inch-wide particles that at the speed they travel at will take out just about every... 

Politics and the Sedona City Council

Tommy Acosta Sedona AZ (February 4, 2009) – Report and Analysis By Tommy Acosta for the Sedona Times Newspaper and SedonaTimes.com  In that the other media outlets in Sedona, by this issue’s printing, have already reported on the January 27 Council meeting where the Mayor’s Advisory Committees were discussed and given a reprieve – pending staff recommendations and full council review... 

Looking Into Our Crystal Ball

Tommy Acosta, Sedona Times Publishing guest writer Sedona AZ (December 26, 2008) – The real deal, the number one issue and story in Sedona for 2009 will be the devastating effect our global economy is going to have on our local businesses and what our local government is going to do about it.   The Ochser trial aftermath; the 76 lights or more for 89A battle; an NSA designation for Sedona... 

Bad Santa Kills Christmas

Tommy Acosta Sedona AZ (December 26, 2008) – What a nightmare. Santa comes knocking on the door on Christmas Eve, whips out a gun, shoots the eight-year old girl who answered in the face, walks into a family Christmas party, blows away a bunch of other innocent people, sprays them and the house with a flammable liquid, sets the place on fire, escapes and kills himself later with a single shot... 

Weak or Strong Mayor

Tommy Acosta, Sedona Times Publishing guest writer Sedona AZ (December 20, 2008) – There’s a lot of talk going on whether a strong or weak mayor is the best form of local government, especially for Sedona. Unfortunately, these opinions don’t quite grasp the reality of political science or what constitutes a weak or strong mayor. It is not about whether the mayor has executive powers or not. It... 
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