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logo_USFS_USDAFlagstaff AZ (October 23, 2013) – For tomorrow, fire managers are planning to conduct prescribed burns on the Upper Beaver Creek Project south of Stoneman Lake, the Victorine Project south of Blue Ridge, and the Lake Mary Project just south of Flagstaff.

Lake Mary Project – 211 acres located approximately 7 miles southeast of Flagstaff, adjacent to the Lake Mary Meadows neighborhood, just north of the Priest Draw Trailhead. Smoke will be very noticeable and is expected to disperse to the northeast with the forecast winds. Smoke may impact Lake Mary Road, Walnut Canyon, Interstate 40 and the southern and eastern portions of Flagstaff including Lake Mary Meadows, Harold Ranch, Heckethorn, Country Club, and Cosnino. Read More→

logo_azdotMinimal delays expected

Cottonwood AZ (October 23, 2013) – A street restriping project has been rescheduled and will begin in Cottonwood on Monday, Oct. 28 and will run through Friday, Nov. 1. The project was originally scheduled to occur in early October but was rescheduled due to technical issues.

Striping will take place between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily at the following locations: Mingus, Fir, Willard, 10th and Aspen streets. Read More→

Old Town Center for the ArtsCottonwood AZ (October 23, 2013) – Where’s that spooky laughter coming from? Look no further than Zenprov Comedy’s “A Bloody Funny Halloween ” on Thursday, Oct. 31st at 7:00 pm at Old Town Center for the Arts in Cottonwood.

Back by popular demand, Zenprov Comedy returns again this year to celebrate Halloween, with new bits, skits, bites, and zombie moves in  “A Bloody Funny Halloween”. Read More→

logo_UniversityWomenOfSedonaSedona AZ (October 23, 2013) – Sharron Vincent Porter will present a program on “A River Runs Thru Us,” the Verde Valley Land Preservation’s conservation effort, at the University Women of Sedona meeting at 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 4, at The Church of the Red Rocks. Read More→

logo_USFS_USDASedona AZ (October 23, 2013) – The Coconino National Forest has closed a section of the Airport Loop Trail in Sedona today so Oak Creek Water Company #1 can have a water line installed that will intersect the trail. 

A one-mile section of the trail is closed from the trailhead on Airport Road west to the Bandit Trail. Airport Loop Trail is scheduled to re-open in mid-December when the first stage of the water line project is completed. Signs have been posted at both ends of the closed section so hikers will know what section of the trail to avoid. The remainder of Airport Loop Trail and the other trails in that area will remain open during the installation.

For more information, please call Steve Martinet at the Coconino National Forest Supervisor’s Office at 928-527-3418.

Travels With Gunnar Widforss

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

logo_museumofnorthernarizonaAlan Petersen discusses painter inspired by national parks
2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 3. Included w/admission

Flagstaff AZ (October 23, 2013) – Travel with art historian Alan Petersen to the times and art of Swedish-American Gunnar Widforss (1879-1934), renowned for his watercolor paintings of national parks, especially the Grand Canyon.

Petersen, curator of fine art for the Museum of Northern Arizona, is working on documenting the artist’s life and will share rarely seen images and stories during Travels With Gunnar Widforss, a discussion from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, November 3, at the Museum of Northern Arizona. Read More→

CWAG Presents Arizona Water Law 101
on November 9

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

logo_cwag3Verde Valley AZ (October 23, 2013) – Ever wonder how water is managed and treated under the law in Arizona? Hear a lot but wish you had a better foundation? Or are you a water-law junkie who still appreciates getting back to basics?

Jocelyn Gibbon, an attorney with the Environmental Defense Fund’s Colorado River project, will present “Arizona Water Law 101” when she speaks to the Citizens Water Advocacy Group on Saturday, Nov. 9 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Granite Peak Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 882 Sunset in Prescott (two blocks behind True Value). Gibbon will provide an introduction to water law and policy in Arizona, including how the law interacts with issues of water supply sustainability and river protection. Read More→

2013 Tour winds down with the ‘Finding Your Excellence’
Seminar in Sedona

photo_derekoneillSedona AZ (October 23, 2013) – Derek O’Neill, internationally acclaimed psychotherapist, motivational speaker, and author, will be offering a 2 hour motivational seminar in Sedona and Phoenix in early November. Derek advises business leaders, artists and politicians, helping them transcend their limitations and bring harmony back into their lives and businesses. He demonstrates that our highest ideals are not only compatible with good business sense but are in fact essential to our success, happiness, and fulfillment. Read More→

Cottonwood Resident Writes Historical Novel

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Cottonwood AZ (October 23, 2013) – Family history and the inscription on an ancestor’s headstone inspired longtime Arizona resident, Joy Pennock Gage, to write her eighteenth book, The Patriot and the Plough. She is a descendant of the Pennock family of Vermont, some of whom fought in the Revolutionary War. Her latest historical novel will be released Nov. 6 by Rook Publishing and will be available through Amazon or directly from the publishers at Read More→

Contemplative Art Show: “Eternal Spirit”

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

logo_mcleanmeditationSedona AZ (October 23, 2013) – The public is invited to enjoy an inspiring collection of paintings by Sedona fine artist Peter K. Nelson at a reception for him on Friday, November 1st. Guests will meet the artist and be treated to refreshments at the McLean Meditation Center from 5:00 -8:00 pm. The reception coincides with Sedona’s First Friday Gallery Tour. Read More→