Sedona Citizen: In-Depth
News • Analysis • Commentary
Forty percent of Sedona residents have a bachelor’s degree or greater. More than 90 percent finished high-school. We are a town of readers. We are a town of educated, opinionated people.
It is distressing to to read – in any media – articles and letters containing errors, some of them egregious. That is no-less true in Sedona, Arizona. In March of 2011, a very contentious issue arose. Other media were not presenting the facts. Because of this, on March 16, 2011, The Sedona Citizen was born. The objective is less-biased, more-balanced and fact-based news. (Of course, all communication is biased. For each idea stated, a thousand go unstated. But include all relevant facts you can find.)
The Sedona Citizen presents in-depth information, sometimes consolidated from other sources for comprehensiveness. It is an issue-oriented publication, not broad news media. We offer a fact-based voice we hope you will appreciate.
We want to speak to you not for you. We want to hear from you. Comment freely on the articles. Send in suggestions. Offer to write a story. YOU are, after all, The Sedona Citizen.
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An indefatigable writer and a Sedona resident since 2002, Lin Ennis has published Chapel Area news since July, 2007 and the weekly Chapel Chimes since December 12, 2008. She previously edited two not-for-profit organizational newsletters, both of which were nominated for press association awards. The Southern California Women for Understanding Newsletter won a press association award from GLPA.
A business owner since 1988 when she founded the Los Angeles-based writing, editing and graphic design firm Editorium, Lin currently promotes financial literacy and mortgage and debt acceleration over the Internet. You can learn more about Lin here, and more about her mortgage acceleration company here.