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The Arizona Secretary of State’s Office released voter registration numbers last week, which reflected the makeup of state’s electorate at the time of the Aug. 26 primary election — the number of independent voters now outnumbers those registered with the major political parties.…

Vote on Scottish independence may affect entire world

On Thursday morning in Europe — late Wednesday Arizona time — polls opened in Scotland as the region’s 5 million people went to the polls to vote on independence.

Scots are looking at formally ending the 307-year Act of Union that joined the Kingdom of Scotland and the Kingdom of England.…

The morning of Sept. 11 changed our world forever

On a idle Tuesday morning 13 years ago, workers filed into their office building like the days and weeks before. Firefighters and police officers donned their uniforms to serve the public of their city. Airline passengers boarded aircraft to either head back home or go away on vacation and business.…

By luck, huge storm drenching Arizona spared Sedona area

Over the weekend, Arizona residents were reminded of the intensity of our annual monsoon.

Rain began falling Sunday night through Monday morning, mainly in south-central Arizona, breaking 75-year-old rainfall records.…

New council’s big priority should be fixing noise issues

Last year, the Sedona City Council hosted a series of public meetings about the death of the Arts & Culture Commission and the enforcement of a sound ordinance that musicians and business owners say threatened their livelihood and residents felt ruined the arts community they had moved here to join.…

The late Tony Carito best captured what Sedona should be

Over the weekend, the Sedona community learned of the death of Tony Carito.

Carito was not an elected official, nor the director of any nonprofit charity, but he was an integral part of our community — he was a philanthropist of spirit. A Sedona resident since 1984, Carito was a colorful figure, often bedecked in bright clothes and a colorful variety of scarves, fedoras and berets.…

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