The summer season for the Sedona Swordfish Swim Team came to an end on Saturday, July 22, and head coach A. Jay Bronson could not have been happier.
It was not because swimmers and coaches are now on an approximately three week break, but because of how the 20 swimmers performed at the 36th annual Verde Valley Invitational.
The public will have at least one more opportunity to hear discussion regarding the city’s proposed Wireless Master Plan before it moves onto the Sedona City Council.
On June 1, the Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission spent nearly three hours discussing the plan but since only four of the seven members were in attendance, they chose to continue the meeting — and a potential decision on it — at a future date.
As a homeowner, imagine finding out that a third of the property in which your house sits on is technically owned by someone else.
That’s the situation the Sedona Fire District recently found itself in. In doing his research for the bond that will appear on this November’s ballot, Chief Kris Kazian found that one of three parcels that Station 4 in Uptown sits on was not owned by SFD but rather Coconino County.
Streamlining and making everything more readerfriendly are key objectives as the city updates its 20-year-old Community Development Plan.
The Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission spent more than two hours discussing the matter on Tuesday, July 18, with several additional meetings planned.
Three swimmers from Sedona competed at the Arizona Swimming 2017 Long Course Age Group Championship from Thursday, July 13, to Sunday, July 16, in Phoenix.
14-year-old Andrew Tate of the Sedona Swordfish Swim Team along with 12-year-olds Carlos Lattanzi and Renae Porteous of the Verde Valley High Performance Swim Team were at the meet.
When Inge Jones walked into Sedona Fire District’s Station 1 on Wednesday, July 19, it was like visiting old friends.
Friends who saved her life.
On May 25 Jones was enjoying an afternoon at her Uptown home with her daughter, Suzi Heath, who stopped by to check in on her.
Against higher level competition and with low turnout, the Sedona Red Rock High School football team’s skill players held their own during a final afternoon of 7-on-7 competition at Mingus Union High School.
The Scorpions took on the 4A Marauders as well as a 6A team from Phoenix in Cesar Chavez High School on Thursday, July 13.