Bellemont, AZ

Possible shots fired at car

Flagstaff Police are responding to the area of Taco Bell 3460 E Route 66 for a report of a person shooting at a car. A caller on 911 is saying someone was shooting at her vehicle. The suspect is in a Silver Toyota Tacoma with AZ license plates. Updates will be posted here.
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Flagstaff families begin preparations for flash flooding this monsoon

FLAGSTAFF, AZ — The monsoon is just weeks away and families in northern Arizona are already starting to prepare for the flash flooding that is possible down the Museum Fire burn scars. On Friday, neighbors on Grandview Drive, along with volunteers, started to put out new sandbags along their...

$75K lottery ticket sold in northern Arizona

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A lucky ticketholder in northern Arizona is now $75,000 richer after Thursday's drawing of lottery numbers. The Arizona Lottery said a ticket sold at a Safeway on Cedar Avenue in Flagstaff is worth $75,000 after matching with numbers drawn this week. The winning numbers for the...

The 9 Best Swimming Holes in Sedona, Arizona

Sedona, Arizona, is world-renowned for its “mystical” red rocks and spectacular natural beauty, drawing visitors year-round from around the world. While some come to enjoy the town’s new-age draws, like crystal shops and natural “energy” healing, others come for the hiking, nature experiences, and stunning landscapes.

Out of the area, but worth the drive: June 2022

FRIDAY 6/3 – SUNDAY 6/5. Times and locations vary, starting on Railroad Ave. in Willcox. 2022 marks 150 years of ranching in this cattle country – come out and celebrate! Guests will find saddle-making and blacksmith demos, history presentations, walking tours, a street dance and art show, games, goat roping competitions, a trade show and more – all packed into one weekend. This event is free for all ages.

Travel Guide Says North Carolina Landmark Is A Summertime Must-See

Do you have your summer travel plans laid out yet? If not, you should get to know Travel Lemmings. The online travel guide’s team of 24 writers and editors unveiled their first-ever bucket list of the 150 Best Things To Do In The USA This Summer. Topping the list...

Woody Mountain Estates: Luxury and a View

Find a view you can only dream about, paired with your next home at Woody Mountain Estates. It’s true luxury living in the mountains of Northern Arizona yet offering a surprisingly affordable price tag. Homes start at $1.5 million. Woody Mountain Estate homes are built to the nines by...

Stricter fire restrictions go into effect across northern and central Arizona

Heightened fire restrictions have gone into effect across the region as hot and dry weather drives an uptick in wildfire danger. National forests including the Coconino, Kaibab, Prescott and Apache-Sitgreaves implemented a stage two ban this morning, which prohibits all campfires, charcoal and wood grills and most other fire sources.
Road & Track

Overland Expo West Is a Good Place to Lose a Lot of Money

With the growing popularity of off-roading and overlanding here in the United States, enthusiasts of all skill levels are in need of aftermarket support. Thanks to the team at Overland Expo, these dirt-loving folks have a place to meet and interact with representatives from some of the biggest names in the business. This amateur off-roader went out to the Overland Expo West event in Flagstaff, Arizona, in order to get a better grasp of what the event offers 4x4 enthusiasts.

Sedona Film Fest presents ‘The Score’ premiere June 4-9

Sedona News – The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Northern Arizona premiere of “The Score” showing June 4-9 at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre. From the producers of “Yesterday”, “The Score” boldly combines real time heist-thriller suspense with offbeat romance and a killer soundtrack; starring and featuring the music of Johnny [...] The post Sedona Film Fest presents ‘The Score’ premiere June 4-9 appeared first on Sedona.Biz - The Voice of Sedona and The Verde Valley.
Sedona Red Rock News

P&Z addresses resort again

After two conceptual reviews, the Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission still questions The Oak Creek Resort’s building plans. The proposed resort is an 80-room hotel, complete with 170 parking spaces, a restaurant, spa and meeting areas, built on 11.58 acres at 150 Schnebly Hill Drive. During its first review in December, the commission shared its concerns with the builder and owner.