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Wild and Scenic Rivers matter to all of us!

Sedona AZ – Rivers inspire us with their beauty and challenge us with their power. Rivers give us water, food, energy, and transportation. Rivers are places to recreate and experience nature. Throughout history, people have settled near rivers. Healthy riverbanks and streamside wetlands play an important role in providing clean water, mitigating floods, and supporting fish and wildlife habitat.... 

Flagstaff Man Faces Sexual Conduct with a Minor Charges

Jeffery Slaughter arrested and charged with four counts of Sexual Conduct with a Minor in the Doney Park neighborhood of Flagstaff, AZ. Photo courtesy CCSO. Sedona AZ – On September 16, 2019, the Coconino County Arizona Sheriff’s Office arrested Jeffery Slaughter, a 46-year-old Doney Park resident, on four counts of Sexual Conduct with a Minor. On September 8, 2019, it had been reported to... 

Arizona Amber, Blue and Silver Alerts Systems Upgraded

Sedona AZ — The Arizona’s Department of Public Safety (AZDPS) is responsible for sending emergency alert messages to the public in three critical areas: Amber Alerts, Silver Alerts and Blue Alerts. These alerts have the capability of reaching the Arizona public using two different emergency systems. The first is called the Emergency Alert System (EAS), which is used by TV and radio operators to... 

Grand Canyon Skydiving Accident Ends in Death

Sedona AZ – On September 8, 2019, at about 9:55 in the morning hours, Coconino County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to the Grand Canyon National Park Airport area for a reported skydiving accident that had injured two males. Upon arrival, deputies found two injured men who had been tandem skydiving. One man appeared to have suffered a broken leg and was transported to Flagstaff Medical... 

DORR Hosts Democratic Candidate Putzova for CD-1 Seat

Sedona AZ – Eva Putzova, Candidate for Congress in District 1, will speak at the Democrats of the Red Rocks breakfast on Thursday, September 19, 2019, at the Olde Sedona Restaurant, 1405 West State Route 89A, Sedona. Doors open at 8:00 a.m. with tickets available at the door. Putzova recently served on the Flagstaff City Council and will face incumbent Tom O’Halleran and two other CD-1 Democratic... 

Eddie Maddock: A few Sedona Secrets

SedonaEye.com columnist Eddie Maddock discovers a few Sedona secrets. Sedona AZ – With the number of controversial issues seeming to endlessly plague Sedona is there at least one thing upon which we can all agree? Does anyone disagree about it being hot, dry, and the need for rain? If so, there’s little doubt we will hear from you. Likewise, it should be fairly safe to say, we all agree... 

Sedona Fire District to Host 9/11 Memorial Ceremony

The Sedona Fire District 9-11 Memorial on SR 179 is the setting for a remembrance ceremony at 8:45 a.m. on Wednesday for the 2977 people killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. Sedona AZ – Ask any firefighter what the number 343 means to them and the conversation will immediately turn to September 11, 2001. Of the 2977 people who were killed in that terrorist attack, 343 of them were... 

Former Sedona High School Student Arrested for Possession of Deadly Weapon in School Zone

Sedona Red Rock Junior-Senior High School, Sedona AZ, was the scene of a school lockdown after a former student, Thomas Zielinski, drove to the school with a firearm with the stated intent of confronting his girlfriend and another male. Sedona AZ – The Sedona Police Department has begun the next phase of ensuring school safety following the arrest last Friday, August 30, of 19-year-old Thomas... 

Coconino County Sheriff’s Office Labor Day 2019 Holiday Activity

Sedona AZ – The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office had a busy Labor Day Weekend 2019! The extended holiday weekend of August 30 – September 2, 2019, resulted in a number of calls stemming from outdoor activity in Northern Arizona. Outdoor activity resulted in increased numbers of responses to activities such OHV/ATV traffic issues, disturbing the peace complaints, lost/overdue hikers, camper... 

Bashas’ and Food City partner to support Arizona’s youngest children

Sedona AZ – Arizona grocery shoppers will have the opportunity during September to help Arizona’s youngest children learn, grow and succeed. First Things First (FTF), a state organization that funds strategies and initiatives in the areas of early learning, preventive health and family support, will be the beneficiary of a register promotion at all Bashas’ and Food City grocery stores throughout... 
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