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Sedona Red Rock News
The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office was called to the scene of a fatal shooting involving three people that left one man dead on the evening of Sunday, June 26. The shooting occurred in the Red Rock Crossing area, southwest of Sedona city limits, according to YCSO Public Affairs and Government Relations Director, Kristin Greene, but she was not specific about where.
Summertime is the right time to pave the highway. But restrictions don’t always make it a swell time to go a glidin’ down the road. And one of Arizona's highways that recently started to get new pavement is Interstate 17 south of Flagstaff. This much-needed project will repair years of damage from winter weather.
The Arizona Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for overnight lane restrictions on north- and southbound State Route 69 at the junction with State Route 89A (known locally as Fain Road) in Prescott Valley. The following restrictions will occur from 9 p.m. Tuesday, June 28, to 4 a.m. Wednesday,...
YCSO PUBLIC LANDS ENFORCEMENT CONTINUED THROUGH WEEKEND. Saturday, June 25, 2022, the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office along with the U.S. Forest Service Law Enforcement and State Land Trust agents visited the public lands between Sedona and Cottonwood, Ariz., to address the ongoing issue of abuse of Forest Service and State Trust Lands in this area.
Prescott Valley Town Council on Thursday, June 23 approved a resolution to reduce entrance fees to the pool at Mountain Valley Splash. The reduction fits into Town Council’s Strategic Plan focus area of Quality of Life, enhancing recreational programs for Town residents. Starting Monday, June 27, 2022, the entrance...
On June 15, the United States Geological Survey stream flow gauge on Sycamore Creek, northeast of Fountain Hills, read zero cubic-feet-per-second (cfs). But on Sept. 20 last year, it briefly registered 9,560 cfs. That’s virtually the same as the flow of the Colorado River at Lee’s Ferry today (9,770 cfs). ...
Taking a ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad is a bit like time travel. As the train winds its way through a large, unspoiled swath of the Verde Canyon, there is a sense of stepping back into history. Following a section of the original rail line built in 1911, the updated and upscaled train allows guests to experience unparalleled views of some of the most beautiful scenery Arizona has to offer.
Sedona Red Rock News
It felt hotter in the gym than it did outside. Even the rising Sedona temperatures on this late June evening couldn’t compare to the musty, grueling conditions inside the confines of the indoor basketball courts at Sedona Red Rock Jr./High School. As six Sedona girls basketball players — three...
Giving up 23 unanswered points in the fourth quarter Saturday night led to a Duke City Gladiators’ 49-41 loss in Prescott Valley to the Northern Arizona Wranglers. The Gladiators (6-8) gave up only seven points, in the game’s opening quarter, while Duke City reached the end zone three times in the second stanza, en route to a 21-14 halftime lead.
Summer has officially arrived and many are looking for pools and splash pads where they can get a break from the heat. Prescott Valley, Prescott, and Chino Valley all have some great pools and splash pads, and here are five great spots to cool down this summer!. Bob Edwards Splash...
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This Independence Day Holiday Weekend, Prescott Valley Police will be out in force conducting DUI, seat belt, and other traffic violation enforcement. The police department will continue its support of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety DUI Traffic Enforcement Program with this latest round of enforcement beginning Friday, July 1 through Monday, July 4, 2022.
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Mayor Kell Palguta provides a weekly update on the happenings in Prescott Valley, in a video series titled: “Mondays with the Mayor.”. Watch the “Mondays with the Mayor” video, posted on the Town of Prescott Valley Facebook page:. In this segment, Mayor Palguta covered a few topics...
Through grant funding made possible by the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, the Prescott Police Department and Prescott Valley Police Department, as part of the Tri-City DUI Task Force, will participate in DUI saturation patrols in conjunction with the Fourth of July Holiday Weekend. As part of a sustained effort to combat impaired driving, extra enforcement will occur throughout the celebration weekend and through the Fourth of July.
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Sedona Police is asking for the public’s help in locating 38-year old Yolan Miller. Officials say Miller was last seen at about 4-pm Sunday, after telling a friend she was going to Jerome. Her roommate saw her leaving in a hurry from their home in Sedona, wearing a bright teal shirt, grey shorts, grey tennis shoes, gold hairband with white pearls, and black sunglasses. Miller left in her dark grey Ford Escape, which has a temporary license. She has since missed work and a scheduled doctor’s appointment. She has not been seen or heard from since leaving her home. Anyone with information is asked to contact Sedona Police or Yavapai Silent Witness.
The ADOT advises drivers to plan for daytime lane restrictions on State Route 89A near. Jerome while crews clear the drainage ditch along the roadway of rocks and debris. The restrictions are scheduled daily from today through Thursday. Motorist should. expect delays up to 30 minutes while the following restrictions...
The Prescott Valley Town Council approved a resolution to reduce entrance fees to the Mountain Valley Splash pool. Beginning today, entrance fees for open swim will be $2.00 per person for the remainder of the 2022 season (ending August 7, 2022). Previously, the fee for Youth was $4.00, Adults were $5.00, and Seniors were $4.00. The fees for other services such as aerobics, swim lessons, and swim team will remain the same. The fee reduction is only for Open Swim, which happens daily from 12:00PM‐5:30PM, as well as.