Despite the fact that freshman Andrew Tate is in his first season of high school swimming, he is excelling in the two longest distance races.
Tate is ranked in the top 10 in the 200- and 500-yard freestyle events in Division III of the Arizona Interscholastic Association.
A series of small fires set at and around West Sedona School Sunday, Oct. 8, destroyed several lockers and put a classroom and several offices out of commission.
Part of an exterior wall was damaged and had to be removed where a fire was set underneath the lockers, and the smell of smoke has seeped into the carpets and walls of the rest of the classroom and offices.
There’s plans to add another hotel in Sedona but this one has a bit of a twist. Developers of the proposed Marriott Residence Inn met with the Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission on Thursday, Oct. 12, for a work session.
No vote was taken and no date has been set for a public hearing, at which time the community can weigh in. The commission is expected to vote at that time.
Bragging rights until next season for three Northern Arizona high school swimming teams were handed out on Tuesday, Oct. 17, at the Sedona Community Pool.
Sedona Red Rock High School came out on the wrong end of its two matchups — dropping the Heisley/Estes Cup against Mingus Union High School and the S.S. Elevation Cup against Northland Preparatory Academy.
In a way it was a case of he said, she said … he said, he said.
During the first and only debate, the two sides representing the Sedona Fire District’s proposed $17.9 million bond met in an open forum to discuss whether or not voters should approve the measure.
This is a mail in process with registered voters required to mail or drop off their ballots no later than 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Footgolf arrived to the Village of Oak Creek just four months ago, and the sport that combines the knowledge of golf and the skill of soccer has taken off.
It is the only course north of Loop 101 in Phoenix, located at Canyon Mesa Country Club. Players from Camp Verde, Cottonwood, and even Flagstaff as well as other far reaches of Northern Arizona come to play the nine-hole course.
On Oct. 7, the Sedona Red Rock News posted a survey asking Verde Valley residents to submit their traffic-related questions.
Most of the questions that came in were all about roundabouts. According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, roundabouts are an alternative to traffic stops and are designed to aid in traffic flow.