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The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise Distributes $1.5 Million to Benefit Navajo People

In accordance with The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprises’ (Navajo Gaming) plan of operation, and through the approval of its Gaming Board, Navajo Gaming, led by Derrick Watchman, CEO recently made a $1.5 Million distribution to the Gaming Distribution Fund. The $1.5 Million distribution, along with Navajo Gaming’s previous $6 Million distribution, reflects the hard work […]

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Give Your Sweetheart a Winter Wonderland

Whether it’s a first date, a new experience together, or couple time in nature, the Nordic Village can take away that Valentine’s Day pressure and offer a memorable experience in the snow-blanketed forest that will make you laugh, give you something to talk about and burn up enough calories so you can have that red […]

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Arizona Tech Advisors awarded certification as Apple Authorized Service Provider

February 2, 2016, Apple has chosen Arizona Tech Advisors (ATA) as its premier authorized service provider in northern Arizona. ATA can now service devices such as iPads, Macs, iPods, Apple TV’s and Apple Watches, without voiding warranties. ATA can also provide Apple in-warranty support, service any manufacture defects and provide AppleCare (extended warranty support) at […]

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Lawmakers Considering County Budgets

The 2016 legislative session at the Arizona State Legislature is underway, and the state budget and legislative proposals affecting Coconino County residents are being debated by lawmakers. We are hopeful that the session will lead to good solutions for counties. While there were many successes during last year’s session, counties across the state were required […]

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NAU Researcher: Improving Quality of Life for Seriously Ill

Being diagnosed with a potentially life-threatening illness is distressing enough but a dearth of cohesive services often compounds the difficulty, according to an NAU researcher. Mary Anne Hale Reynolds, an associate professor in the School of Nursing, focuses on adults, ages 20-59, and the physical, psychosocial, emotional and spiritual impacts following a life-threatening disease diagnosis. […]

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Why Market Timing Does Not Work

  Few words characterize today’s financial markets like uncertainty. When overseas economic issues can rob investors of months of gains and speeches by Federal Reserve officials cause markets to flip-flop unpredictably, investors are left wondering what they should do. In an attempt to make major market movements work for their portfolios rather than against, some […]

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