Following the 10th week of Adult Summer Softball League play, seeding for the final tournament became much clearer, but it will not be crystal clear until after the first game of Week 11.
What is known is that Reddell Construction leads the “A” Division with a three-win record after it picked up a 2-0 win over Red Rocks Rotary.
As the city of Sedona’s yearlong transportation study comes to an end, the next step will be to decide how to best use the information in it, and when.
Sedona City Council members scratched that surface on Aug. 9, when discussing the city’s second public online traffic survey. They did this while going over the pros and cons of four of the 13 potential projects designed to reduce traffic.
As has been proven several times in the past, Sedona is prone to flooding and the associated devastation.
As a way to mitigate the damage from Mother Nature, the city of Sedona continues to make improvements to its drainage system around town. In keeping pace with these demands, the Sedona City Council approved a contract with Tiffany Construction — which has completed numerous city projects — in the amount of $3.66 million.
Will Rogers once said, “If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went.”
For many people, including those in Sedona, their dogs are an important part of their lives. And as such, they try and take as good of care of them as possible, which includes exercise.
Sedona-Oak Creek School District started school Wednesday, Aug. 9, and events leading up to the big day welcomed back students and teachers alike.
Although teachers have officially been back since Aug. 4 — and some even before that — Monday morning saw teachers, administration and district staff from all four schools come together to kick off the school year.
It’s been eight years since the cost to license a dog in Sedona was last raised.
That will soon change.
The increase was one of several items discussed and approved regarding the Humane Society of Sedona during the Tuesday, Aug. 8, Sedona City Council meeting.
It’s the last thing they expected to come home to.
On the evening of Wednesday, Aug. 2, Danna and Geoff Messer went for a walk but when they returned home they quickly noticed a strong smell. The bathtub and toilet in their guest bathroom was full of raw sewage spilling onto the floor.