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Sedona Red Rock News: Arizona Gov. Ducey Expands Outside Dining

As COVID-19 numbers continue to rise, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and his staff are trying new ways to keep people safe, while at the same time allowing restaurants to remain open.On Dec. 2, Ducey issued an executive order easing the restrictions on outdoor dining, enabling restaurateurs to add additional seating beyond what is normally allowed.According […]

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Big Sky Country’s Candace Carr Strauss Hired as President/CEO of Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau

The Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau announced today that Candace Carr Strauss, the Chief Executive Officer of the Big Sky Chamber of Commerce & Visit Big Sky, in Big Sky, Montana, has accepted the position of President/Chief Executive Officer. Her hiring to lead Arizona’s first sustainable tourism destination comes after a two-month national […]

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A Home for the Holidays

When then-California resident Jacquie Rerucha first saw “The Stetson Hat House” built in the middle of a two-acre gated lot perched high overlooking uptown Sedona, she fell in love. That was in 2005. It took her 10 years and the sale of a house in California to make that love her own, but when she […]

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Sedona Resort Creates Space for Workcations

When Amara Resort and Spa in Sedona closed for six weeks from early April to mid-May, Director of Sales and Marketing Amanda Leese and the management team started planning their strategy for how to prepare for re-opening and began envisioning what that would look like. “We knew that groups weren’t scheduling meetings and we knew […]

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Deploy Planes to Provide Critical Humanitarian Aid to Navajo and Hopi Families

In an unprecedented move for Air Serv International, which normally conducts humanitarian relief efforts overseas, the organization is partnering with the Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund (Relief Fund) to transport critical humanitarian relief items by plane to remote Navajo and Hopi communities to help residents combat their fight against COVID-19. Since inception, Navajo […]

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Sedona Chef Launches ‘Dahl-to-Door’ Gourmet Meals

As restaurateurs looked for innovative ways to keep their restaurant operating during the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the country’s top female chefs and restaurateurs created her own e-commerce platform designed to deliver her signature gourmet dishes to homes across the country. With five Sedona restaurants that range from fine-dining concepts to a wood fired pizzeria, […]

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Sedona Begins Re-Opening with Safe.Clean.Ready Campaign

With retail stores and restaurants reopening, one of Arizona’s top tourism destinations announced an innovative campaign inviting businesses to adopt a list of safe operational practices publicly posted on the internet. The Sedona | Safe.Clean.Ready website lists businesses that adopt the voluntary standards and adds eight safety practices for travelers to red rock country. More […]

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Tapping Ancient Wisdom for Energy Healing

If you visualize the human body as an energy field, it is easy to imagine it receiving stress from everywhere, including what we eat or drink, watch through various media formats and feel from different environments. Experts say the body craves solutions that shake off negative, stagnant, ailment-prone energy and replace it with a positive, […]

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Enchantment Resort Begins Construction on Adventure Center

Sedona’s Enchantment Resort in Boynton Canyon is elevating its outdoor adventure program with a new activity center designed to expand guests’ options, scheduled for completion by next summer. The 4,000-square-foot Trail House will offer retail space for professional-grade equipment and accessories, a shop for bike rentals and an area dedicated to the discovery and education […]

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Landscape Hotel Designed to Float Among the Red Rocks

North America’s first “landscape hotel” is now underway with site work and construction amidst the red rocks of Sedona, offering a new way for travelers to embrace sustainable tourism in scenic Northern Arizona. A groundbreaking ceremony last month by Sedona-based developer Two Sister Bosses and the City of Sedona has set the stage for Ambiente […]

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