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Sedona Group Launching Website

The Sedona 30, a diverse group of Sedona, Arizona residents dedicated to improvement of the community, have launched a website: www.sedona30.com. The Sedona 30 was founded in 1982, and consists of a group of volunteers who pool time, talent, and resources to make a difference in numerous projects throughout Sedona and the Verde Valley. This year’s […]

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Arizona’s Centennial

April 25  Celebration of Arizona’s First 100 Years at the Olde Sedona Bar and Grill.  There will be a lunch buffet with CharlesSchnudson presenting: “The 1912 Presidential Campaign.” The discussion will be followed by a discussion of “The Future of Education in Arizona” featuring Fred DuVal, Tom Chabin and Jim Ledbetter. RSVP by calling 928-203-5858

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Sedona Energy Labs Wins Innovation Challenge

Recognized for its advances in solar tracking systems and algorithms, Sedona Energy Labs (SEL) was awarded one of eight grants in the Arizona Commerce Authority’s Arizona Innovation Challenge.  SEL won for its InteliTrack™ Solar Tracking System that generates up to 40% more power from a solar array and for its MaxxTRAK™ Solar Controller, a microchip-based unit […]

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Looking Good – Recession Resistant

     Tucked just off Old Route 66 in downtown Flagstaff is a new business, smelling of fresh paint and profes- sional hair products. McSweeny is a salon, located near Mama Burger and Just Wireless. Longtime hairdressers Don McKenzie and Marc Potter just opened the salon, moving from The Shop, another hair establishment in the […]

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Sedona Foundation Hires New Executive Director

Camp Soaring Eagle Events Planned   Sedona-based Camp Soaring Eagle Foundation announced today that Sedona resident Jennifer W. Perry has been promoted to the position of executive director. Past CEO Max James has now shifted his focus to long-term de- velopment for the foundation. James re- mains actively involved as the chairman of the Board […]

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Sedona’s New Age Businesses Form Cornerstone

Think of Sedona and the first thing that comes to mind is its spectacu- lar red rocks. The second thing is probably the spiritual and metaphysical side to this pretty little city of a just over 10,000. Sedona, by some, is considered the psychic capital of the world and sup- ports many new age businesses […]

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Local Economy Boosted by Wine

A proven marketing model is helping the Verde Valley ride out the economic tide on a wave of wine. “We have seen the sales of wine at local vineyards double over previous years’ sales,” said Lana Tolleson, president/CEO of the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce. “No other business has achieved that kind of success.” “In a […]

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