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Giving a Hoot

There is a lot to love about the owl. Just ask Cecily Maniaci, an eight-year Flagstaff resident who has enjoyed a flurry of activity opening popular business ventures since arriving in town. “Ahhh, owls I love because they are symbols in literature, they are elegant raptors that protect their young and are very family oriented,” […]

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Easing Arthritis Pain with Massage 

More than one in four adults in the United States suffers from arthritis, which the Arthritis Foundation reports as the leading cause of disability. Nearly 172 million workdays each year are lost because of arthritis and arthritis-related conditions. In 2013 alone, total medical costs and earnings losses from arthritis totaled more than $300 billion. The […]

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Remembering Senator McCain 

The legacy of war hero, presidential contender and proud American Senator John McCain is being honored and praised by local and national leaders as a country of respectful fans mourns his passing. Known for toughness and integrity, and described as a maverick with his own brand of common sense conservatism, Sen. McCain died Saturday afternoon, […]

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Finding the Perfect Retirement Age

A new report released by Bankrate.com shows that different generations disagree on the ideal age to retire. Americans, on average, seem to believe 61 years old is the best time to call it quits from the workforce. The report also found that younger adults tend to be more idealistic about their retirement goals. Gen Xers and millennials said […]

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Understanding Conductive Hearing Loss 

Hearing loss is described by type and degree of loss. The type of hearing loss is determined by the location of the dysfunction. The degree of loss is determined by how much power is needed to hear sound. The ear is divided into the outer ear, middle ear and inner ear. In this article, I […]

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Shaping Arizona’s Future 

The start of a new academic year is a reminder of the power of education. Our students start the semester full of dreams and ambitions, and through education, we prepare them to pursue those goals.  Whether Lumberjacks join us in Flagstaff, Prescott Valley, Yuma, at a community campus around the state or online, we know […]

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CCC: A Place for the Learner in All of Us 

I have always found that the beginning of each new academic semester brings with it a wonderful energy and excitement — and so it was with Coconino Community College on Monday, Aug. 26.   Students were here bright and early to find their classrooms, and faculty and staff were at the door of the college to […]

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