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Offering Hope through the Levo Tinnitus System  

As many as 50 million Americans suffer from tinnitus, a debilitating health condition commonly known as “ringing in the ears.” Musicians, factory workers, veterans and many others endure its effects, including problems with concentration, sleep, anxiety and depression. Tinnitus affects a wide range of people, including those who are exposed to continuous noise and even […]

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Massage 101: Choosing the Right Massage and Add-On Therapies  

Massage therapy encompasses many different techniques, styles and personalized options, which can vary from appointment to appointment. Few things allow us to individualize an experience for the moment like massage therapy does.  In the winter, deep tissue for aching muscles from snow shoveling may be in order. After taking final exams, a relaxing massage is just […]

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Understanding Strategic Employee Benefit Offerings 

Often, when your renewal comes in, more time is spent evaluating alternative carriers using the current plans than looking into creative multiple plan options to meet the needs of both the employer and its employees. Let’s look at some ideas to consider well before your next renewal.    It is very common today for health insurance […]

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Brenna Cornell

Born to Lead 

When she was only five years old, Breanna Cornell was already dreaming of becoming a veterinarian. By age 12, her parents were fulfilling another dream of their daughter’s by sending her to space camp in Alabama.  Cornell grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After a high school visit to Michigan Technological University, the young woman’s […]

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Flagstaff’s Own Loven Contracting Receives Statewide Safety Award

Jessie Atencio, Interim Director of ADOSH, Mike Loven Founder and President of Loven Contracting, ICA Commissioners Scott P. LeMarr and Steven Krenzel Flagstaff’s own Loven Contracting, a Northern Arizona construction services firm since 1985, was recognized today as a VPP Star in the Arizona Division of Occupational Safety & Health’s Voluntary Protection (VPP) program. Presenting […]

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Reaccreditation Validates NAU’s Student-Centered Education

Many areas of Arizona’s economy are seeing incredible growth. According to the Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity, 10 major sectors added jobs last year – with the largest gains in education and health services (14,800 jobs) and construction (12,100 jobs). This success demands a bigger workforce – a workforce that is highly trained for the […]

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County Preparing for Ready, Set, Go

Coconino County has recently implemented a new program called Ready, Set, Go! designed to ensure that citizens are prepared for wildfires and other disasters. The program was initially launched in 2011 and has since been adopted by the Coconino County Sheriff and the Arizona Sheriff’s Association, as well as several local fire organizations. As a […]

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T Paul Thomas

Do Two Things to Get a Raise or Promotion

Every month, when I hear from the Flagstaff Business News editor that it is time to submit my column, I look back over the emails I have received, or the discussions I’ve had with business leaders, or just something I’ve witnessed in my day-to-day work. For this month’s column, I didn’t need to look beyond […]

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