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Creating Layered Landscapes

There can be a tendency with gardeners to plant in isolated “zones” – e.g., here’s where my spring bulb plants are, there’s my collection of roses, that bed is for my annuals. It’s understandable to focus on specific areas, but there are some great rewards to be had if you step back and look at […]

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Matt Uhler

How Much is Your Business Worth?

Estimating the fair market value of a business is part art and part science. For the purposes of this article, we are discussing “Small Businesses.” Small businesses are generally considered to be businesses that are independently owned and operated, organized for profit, and are not dominant in their field. The Art of Business Valuation The […]

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Jerry Nabours

Was the Hub Stopped?

You are going to see a major apartment building under construction this summer behind Granny’s Closet. You may think (because of a well-publicized campaign to “Stop the Hub”) that the City Council voted that down. Well, you would be right and wrong, and this all has to do with zoning codes. The Hub purchased the […]

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Bike Share Program Survey

The Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau is evaluating the possibility of implementing a Bike Share Program in the City of Sedona. To have your opinion counted towards the path forward for this program, please click here to take the short survey.

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Spoil Your Mother this Mother’s Day

A mother holds a special place in a child’s heart. Mother’s Day is the perfect opportunity to dedicate an entire day to expressing the love and appreciation people feel for their mom. This year, Mother’s Day is May 8, so start planning now to ensure mom gets the day she deserves. Moms don’t always have […]

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Mud Club Cultivating Future Gardeners

How do you grow a future gardener? How do you open a child’s eyes to the wonders of bringing a flower, plant or tree to thriving life? How do you encourage them to be good stewards of the Earth? At Warner’s Nursery, the answer to those questions is “mud.” Not just the messy, soft, wet […]

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Sam Greene Taylor

Exchange Pub Honors Early Telephone Service

While the Weatherford Hotel continues to undergo restoration work that will restore the high ceiling to the lobby, add hotel rooms, including one on the main floor, and fortify the century-old building, patrons can continue to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner, entering through the Exchange Pub on Leroux Street. The Exchange Pub is so named […]

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