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Two flavors of events set to thunder into Verde Valley

September in the Verde Valley is home to a pair of big events for the city of Cottonwood, the annual Rhythm & Ribs celebration and the Thunder Valley Rally, an event which draws motorcyclists from all over to Old Town and beyond.

This year, the…

Armstrong’s passion is helping children in need

Laila Ghali Armstrong isn’t a stranger to interviews, or much else for that matter.

Originally from Egypt, Armstrong has lived an international life, spending significant time in the United Arab Emirates and Japan, among other nations, before coming to Sedona.…

Moriarty earns mayor’s seat

Sandy Moriarty is no stranger to serving on the Sedona City Council. But this time, she’ll be moving a couple seats over.

By a slim margin, it appears Moriarty will be Sedona’s next mayor after being a member of the city’s first appointed City Council in 1988 just after incorporation.…

LeFevre, Thompson win primary

By the time she went to bed on election day, Angela LeFevre had no idea whether or not she’d be one of Sedona’s next councilmembers. But that all changed the next morning.

“I was exhausted so I went to sleep not knowing but I accepted that,” she said. “I’m just thrilled.…

Chamber shares plans for future

USA Today called Sedona the most beautiful place in America in May 2003.

That may have come as little surprise to the millions who visit the area each year. It’s the job of the Sedona Chamber of Commerce to inform those who may not be aware of that fact while reminding those who do.…

3 of the top 4 spenders win seats

Money can’t buy love, but can it buy votes? The answers, as revealed by this week’s election for Sedona Mayor and City Council, are: Yes, no and maybe.

Yes, Angela LeFevre spent the most and won a seat on council and, yes, Jon Thompson — the second-highest spender among council candidates — prevailed as well.…

Day signs book on saving mustangs

H. Alan Day is coming to Sedona’s Well Read Coyote to sign copies and answer questions about his newest book, “The Horse Lover: A Cowboy’s Quest to Save the Wild Mustangs.”

Day will be at the bookstore on Friday, Sept. 12, starting at 7 p.m.…

Airport run by nonprofit organization of residents, pilots

Nonprofit groups that feed the poor, support animal welfare or protect human rights are easily recognized as charities, but many “charitable” organizations that enjoy exemption from federal income tax don’t fit the generally-held image.

The Sedona-Oak Creek Airport Authority is one of those.…

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