Even small towns are not immune to this national election season’s partisan politics.

On Tuesday, June 14, three Republican legislators representing Arizona’s Legislative District 6 addressed members of the Mingus Mountain Republican Club, offering pointed criticisms of Democratic party officials and policy.

It was one of the last things Bruce and Rita Bond expected to see while leaving their house for the gym.

On Thursday, June 9, the retired couple backed out of the garage of the Village of Oak Creek home to see the word “STOP” spray painted in black letters on either side of the garage.

A Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office deputy on June 9 attempted a traffic stop for an equipment violation involving a silver 2003 Jaguar sedan.

The deputy initially spotted the vehicle on Western Drive in Cottonwood. Instead of stopping, the vehicle accelerated and fled.

Mother Nature can often be a fickle lady, as the U.S. Forest Service recently found out.

About 80 people turned out at the Yavapai College campus in Sedona on Wednesday, June 8, for a meeting hosted by the USFS to discuss the recent smoke impacts from nearby fires.

In response to public comments about wildfire operations and smoke impacts to surrounding communities, the Forest Service will be holding a public meeting in Sedona on Wednesday, June 8, at 5 p.m. at the Yavapai College Sedona Center in west Sedona, 4215 Arts Village Drive.

Three nearby wildfires are filling Sedona and the Verde Valley with smoke, especially in the morning.

Coconino National Forest fire officials are allowing three lightning-caused fires to burn to reduce underbrush and prevent future wildfires, according to a press release.

The Arizona Department of Transportation has made clear its desire to try to find a solution to prevent suicides at Midgley Bridge.

ADOT Director John Halikowski and staff members came to Sedona on Monday, May 23, to meet with city officials as well as those from the Sedona Fire District.

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