Blogs: Local Events

Cliff Castle Casino Hotel declares October as the “Month of Giving” and kicks it off with a $10,000 donation!

Cliff Castle Casino Hotel is dedicated to supporting the community and organizations of northern Arizona. That’s why they are pleased to announce the month of October as the “Month of Giving”. Each week, Cliff Castle Casino Hotel will donate to...
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Sedona Heritage Museum Receives a Grant to Save Historic Photos

The Sedona Historical Society (SHS) and Sedona Heritage Museum recently received a grant from the Arizona Historical Society to catalog a portion of almost 10,000 historic photos that are scanned and stored, but need to be cataloged for easy search...
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Dr. Andrew Aldridge – General Surgery Clinic in Sedona

Dr. Andrew Aldridge, MD, FACS is a skilled board certified general and trauma surgeon practicing in Flagstaff since 2002. He has done 600+ bariatric procedures and over 250 robotic surgeries. In order to serve Sedona patients closer to home, Dr....
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Announcing the 2020 Spirit of Sedona Award Honorees

September 30, 2020 Each year the Arizona Community Foundation of Sedona honors outstanding individuals, businesses, and charitable organizations who have demonstrated exceptional philanthropic spirit, leadership and volunteerism throughout Sedona and the Verde Valley. It is in times of emergency that...
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Use Text-to-911 to report an emergency when calling is not an option

Post date 10/1/2020 SedonaAZ.gov From any mobile device with texting capability, anyone in the Sedona and greater Verde Valley area may now text 911 to report an emergency if they cannot call. With the launch of this new service, called...
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Public Transit between Cottonwood and Sedona Reintroduced

With Expanded Weekend Service Beginning October 1, 2020, the City of Cottonwood will expand its Verde Lynx public transit service which connects Cottonwood and Sedona to pre-pandemic levels.  The new schedule will provide more frequent and later night bus service...
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Tips for Helping Local Business

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS September 11, 2020 The mornings are hinting at the coming of fall as our tumultuous 2020 enters its final quarter. With high hopes that positive recovery signs will continue, I won’t try to...
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Sedona Elections 2020

With the election canvass complete, Mayor Sandy Moriarty will officially begin a fourth two-year term later this year. Her re-election is good news for Sedona’s economic recovery. Mayor Moriarty’s calm, steady leadership has been invaluable during the public health and...
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Free COVID-19 Testing Blitz by Spectrum Healthcare in Sedona & Prescott

Spectrum Healthcare is providing FREE COVID-19 Testing on Saturday, August 29th in Sedona and Prescott. Times and locations of the FREE COVID-19 testing are: 8:00am – 12:00pm on Saturday, August 29, 2020 Red Rock High School in Sedona 995 Upper...
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Dr. Ross Hawkins

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS August 14, 2020 I have the privilege of working with deeply passionate people who love our town, environment, and lifestyle and are committed to protecting and preserving it. There were few more dedicated...
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Gyms, movie theaters and bars with food permits may reopen in Yavapai County with these steps

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced that businesses previously required to pause operations may fill out a form to reopen in certain capacities in qualifying counties. Because Yavapai County currently qualifies as a county with moderate transmission by the Arizona Department...
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Shopping Local

AS SEEN IN THE RED ROCK NEWS July 24, 2020 What do you think of the new uptown? It’s exciting to see the most significant traffic upgrade in years functioning smoothly after 13 months of construction. The improvements are all...
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