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American Legion extends membership invitation to Sedona vets

Sedona AZ (December 6, 2016) – American Legion Cornville Post 135 invites all eligible veterans to join their recently chartered post. Due to the closure of the original Sedona Legion some years ago, Post 135 has been assigned by the state to support the community through various community services and youth programs. In the past, the Cornville Post has worked with Sedona Red Rock High School... 

Mathis Basha Assumes Leadership of First Things First Board

Sedona AZ (July 19, 2016) – First Things First is pleased to welcome Nadine Mathis Basha as the new Chair of its statewide Board. She succeeds Janice Decker, whose term ended in June. Created by voter initiative in 2006, First Things First has since provided programs to strengthen families, improve the quality of early learning, and promote preventive health for thousands of young children statewide. CEO... 

Arizona Girls State Marks 68th Session

Sedona AZ (June 6, 2015) – Nearly 300 Arizona high school girls will converge on the University of Arizona campus for the 68th session of the American Legion Auxiliary premier program, Girls State. This unique opportunity is open to girls completing their junior year of high school who meet the necessary qualifications. The session will run from June 7-13, 2015. Arizona American Legion Auxiliary... 

Archaeology Center Receives Conservation Qualification

Sedona AZ (August 18, 2014) – The Verde Valley Archaeology Center, Camp Verde, Arizona, has received a major endorsement of its conservation efforts and abilities in an assessment report conducted by the Arizona State Museum. The mission of the Verde Valley Archaeology Center is to preserve archaeological sites and collections, to curate the collections locally, and to foster a deeper understanding... 

The Kennewick Man

Kennewick Man’s skull, front view.Credit: Courtesy of Smithsonian/Chip ClarkSedona AZ (June 3, 2014) – Kennewick Man is the name for the skeletal remains of a prehistoric man found on a bank of the Columbia River in Kennewick, Washington, on July 28, 1996. It is one of the most complete ancient skeletons ever found; bone tests have shown it to date from 7300 to 7600 B.C. A stone... 

New Yavapai Presiding Judge Appointed

County Judge David L. Mackey Sedona AZ (December 15, 2010) – Supreme Court Chief Justice Rebecca White Berch has appointed the Honorable David L. Mackey as the new Presiding Judge in Yavapai County, Arizona. He will replace Judge Robert Brutinel, who was recently appointed by Governor Jan Brewer to the Arizona Supreme Court. “Judge Brutinel has served the people of Yavapai County with dedication... 
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