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Red Rock Planning

Dec. 20th, 6:00 p.m. This is the third trail and ecosystem protection planning meeting. This meeting will be held at the Hilton Hotel on Ridge Trail Drive in the Village of Oak Creek.     The Red Rock Ranger District, in partnership with the City of Sedona and the Big Park Council, are seeking to create a […]

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Red Rock Fantasy

Through January 5   Red Rock Fantasy is a festival of nearly one million lights providing a man-made marvel within the scenic beauty that has drawn visitors for the past one hundred years.  It is magic that can bring cartoon favorites to life, challenge children to scavenger hunts within the displays, or illuminate an undersea adventure. […]

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SCA Helping Disaster Victims

It’s been an active year for disaster relief, and SCA has been on scene at  the country’s most significant natural disaster of the year: the Alabama tornados.  About 300 people were killed when tornados ripped through the south nearly two months ago.  As communities continue work on cleanup and rebuilding, SCA has been helping with […]

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Securing Flagstaff’s Water Future

Flagstaff City Council narrowly approved a $1.8 million contract earlier this year to begin drilling six wells at a city-owned property – Red Gap Ranch – approximately 40 miles east of Flagstaff. The 8,500-acre property was acquired in 2004 through city bond money approved by voters with hopes of securing Flagstaff’s long-term water supply. Many […]

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Businessman’s Ambitious Plan Taking Root

Imagine for a moment biting into a fresh, sweet strawberry on a snowy, winter day. Now imagine this strawberry was picked only a day ago and comes from a Northern Arizona Farm. Impossible, you say. Strawberries can’t be grown in the winter here. Yes, they can. If all goes according to plan, Flagstaff residents will […]

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Meeting on Red Rock Pass Changes

Mar.1   Coconino National Forest holding a work session to talk about changes to the Red Rock Pass area at Red Rock High School, 4:00 p.m.  Topics will include recreation fees, and management of the region, visited by millions each year. Ninety-five percent of Red Rock Pass revenue is invested locally to benefit residents and visitors. Natural […]

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