Sedona-Oak Creek School District Finance Director Colleen Toscano submitted her letter of resignation March 22 immediately following a governing board meeting.
It’s being touted as more than just an Easter egg hunt.
Sedona Parks and Recreation’s Celebration of Spring has become one of the largest events of the year, drawing more than 1,500 children and their parents.
On the cusp of the release of her 53rd novel, multiple New York Times-bestselling mystery author J.A. Jance has an important message to convey.
“Here’s a thing you should know about mystery writers,” she said to a packed room at Cottonwood Recreation Center Thursday, March 10. “It’s a very bad idea to make us mad.”
Beekeeping used to be a less risky business for veteran organic beekeeper Patrick Pynes: Before Africanized honey bees became ubiquitous in Arizona, he often went without gloves while handling combs.
George Skoblin’s disease will kill him within a year. At the best, his body may hold out a little longer.
It didn’t take a crucible to prove that this was the one ring Patt Groves had lost 44 years ago.
In high school, the Uptown balloon reservationist worked hard to purchase her class ring and was proud of her accomplishment.
Over his career Jeffrey Lyons has reviewed more than 15,000 movies. But it’s his father’s career and those memories of growing up in New York that he enjoys talking about the most.
Lyons returned to the Sedona International Film Festival for the second year in a row to help introduce not only a pair of films but his longtime friend Elliott Gould, who received the festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award.