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On February 24, 2010, the Sedona City Council selected one of the three alternatives for roadway lighting and, over the objections of many angry citizens, voted 5-2 to direct ADOT to move forward with the design and construction. The mayor and one other council member who had been in opposition to the roadway lighting voted against the decision.  This decision sealed the fate of the three members of the City Council who were running for…
In the summer of 2014, after many months of hard work by the Sedona non-profit organization, “Keep Sedona Beautiful,” and with the assistance of the City of Sedona officials, Sedona, Arizona was awarded the coveted International Dark Sky Association designation as an International Dark Sky Community.  As a result, Sedona is currently one of only eleven dark sky communities in the world.  However, Sedona’s path to international dark sky recognition was not without controversy.
The Sedona Arts Center is celebrating the founding of Cowboy Artists of America with a special exhibition, “The 50-Year Roundup,” for a limited engagement July 18–August 2, 2015.
Each year in July and August, the annual migration of hummingbirds brings a number of species of these diminutive, colorful, and fascinating birds back to Sedona, Arizona.
Experience the “Fresh Ideas” of the newest artists to be juried into the Sedona Arts Center’s Fine Art Gallery in Uptown Sedona from August 7 through September 1, 2015. These new artists bring such a breath of fresh air with their diversity of art and wonderful colors!
It’s Saturday morning at 7:30 am.  State Route 89A west of Sedona Red Rock High School is dotted with people in bright yellow vests, holding big blue bags and wearing orange gloves.  The volunteers are scouring the landscape collecting litter tossed from the vehicles of visitors coming to and leaving Sedona.
Recently, Ernie was given the opportunity to tour one of the Verde Valley’s premier attractions: Out Of Africa Wildlife Park, near Sedona, Arizona. Although pets are not allowed due to the fact they can upset and create stress for the wild animals, Ernie was given special permission to do a closely supervised tour because of his media credentials.
Gateway To Sedona owners Victoria Oldham and Tim Ernster announce today the signing of popular media personality, “Ernie,” to the Gateway To Sedona team.
Sedona Mago Retreat, a spiritual retreat center near Sedona, Arizona, is increasing their offerings to include a "Spiritual Spa."
Visitors to Sedona, Arizona have a tendency to look up at the Red Rock scenery but usually don’t look down—to find an incredible and unique ecosystem with its scores of unique animals, butterflies and insects, and plants.
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