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April is a Great Month for Trees

The month of April and trees just seem made for each other. Earth Day and Arbor Day – two major celebrations of the goodness trees bring to our lives – are in April. Plus, the early spring is a perfect time to add a tree to your home’s landscape; the ground has warmed up enough […]

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leah.Veschio

Taking Steps Toward Assisted Living

When considering moving a parent into an assisted living community, many family members find themselves struggling with the decision. You are not alone during this journey. I will share my father’s story with you because you may find yourself needing to have a conversation with your loved one about their future care needs. One of […]

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Stanton

How Does an Inheritance Change Your Financial Picture?

According to the Center for Retirement Research, two-thirds of baby boomers can expect an inheritance. If you’re lucky enough to inherit money, you might wonder: how will an inheritance change my financial picture? For some, an inheritance could mean a drastic change in their finances. For others, inherited money might be a nice cushion against […]

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Ed Gussio

Telemedicine: An Employee Benefit Trend

Telemedicine is becoming one of the most popular employee benefits for many reasons. While many major medical plans offer “nurses on call,” telemedicine is very different. Telemedicine uses today’s cutting edge technology to facilitate care between a physician and a patient to evaluate, diagnose and treat conditions that may not require a face-to-face doctor appointment. […]

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Karon LynnAudio

Hearing in a Noisy Place

Many people say to their audiologist that they are able to hear fine in a quiet room but the minute there is background noise they are not able to hear well. Sometimes it happens while watching a TV program and the background music suddenly gets louder. Difficulty may arise if a conversation is being held […]

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water earth

Let’s Make Flagstaff a Water Conservation Winner!

Hello Flagstaff! For this month’s column, I would like to talk about one of my favorite issues, water! Growing up in Flagstaff, I learned early on that water is one of our most precious resources. I am thrilled to be able to take my passion for water conservation to the mayor’s office. Becoming a leader […]

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Johnson

Health Benefits of Volunteering

The first time I learned the word “volunteer” was in second grade. We were reading about First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and the selfless work she undertook to enhance the situation of others. At the young age of seven, Mrs. Roosevelt’s inspiring efforts had an impact on me – ultimately instilling a desire to serve. Since […]

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VanSlyke

Spring in Flagstaff: Signaling Rejuvenation

Spring in Flagstaff is an adventure. Recently, 60-degree sunshine followed eight inches of snow. Spring Break is followed by the sprint for the finish of the academic year. Grass is growing (kind of), the daffodils, irises and lilies Tracy planted are popping up, and skunks and prairie dogs are waking from their winter slumber. All […]

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