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Eye on Sedona Traffic with Eddie Maddock

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock Sedona AZ (September 8, 2015) – As summer draws to a close and tides turn to redirect related monsoons, beautiful autumn is just around the corner. Frost will soon be on the pumpkins, and the aroma of Thanksgiving turkey will traditionally take a bow. With what will seem like the blink of an eye, Christmas Holidays and the beginning of a presumably Happy... 

50th Anniversary of the War on Poverty

President Lyndon Baines Johnson signing the EOA bill into law. In the decade following the 1964 introduction of the war on poverty, poverty rates in the U.S. dropped to their lowest level since comprehensive records began in 1958: from 17.3% in the year the Economic Opportunity Act was implemented to 11.1% in 1973. They have remained consistently at or near the lowest level between 11 and 15.2% in... 

Special Forces Operation Raptor Tribute

The Special Force Raptors trucks will be auctioned off after 2014 with the proceeds to benefit critically injured Special Forces Veterans Sedona AZ (December 13, 2013) –  Many Veterans place stickers on their vehicles to represent their branch of service, pay tribute to a fallen Service member, or even to signify their favorite fast food joint (In-N-Out Burger, anyone?). When we Veterans see... 

American Ethos

Sedona AZ (November 20, 2013) – When Gary Chamberlain returned home from his tour of duty in Vietnam, most Vietnam vets came back to a country that despised their service or appreciated it, little middle ground on the political and cultural chessboard of 1960-70s America. Past war vets had returned to appreciative crowds and a nation united, but not so the men and women of Vietnam. The Vietnam... 
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