Members of the Sechrist family joined in a Flagstaff Medical Center celebration on Thursday, Sept. 29, that honored the late Charles W. Sechrist, M.D., who ...
As parents, Mike and Colby Miller know the expense and challenges many families face when it comes to keeping food on the table and providing ...
Last month, two Flagstaff businessmen traveled to Washington, D.C., to show their support for the proposed Greater Grand Canyon National Heritage Monument. “We went to ...
The Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce has endorsed Proposition 410, which will be on the upcoming Nov. 8 ballot. Prop 410 asks voters to help ...
The front door of the Grand Canyon Café in downtown Flagstaff was swinging open and shut multiple times on Wednesday, Sept. 13, and two waitresses ...
Advocating for business before government to affect good public policy that creates a strong business climate and vibrant economy is part of the mission of the Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce. BizPAC, the political action committee of the Chamber, is designed to be instrumental in electing proactive, business-minded candidates in Flagstaff. We engaged in a […]
Possibly. Probably. Not likely. We don’t really know. There are certainly trends that seem to follow year over year, but when people need to move, they move. Summer has historically been Flagstaff’s selling season. Soaring Phoenix temperatures send folks to the high country, and kids are out of school, so if folks have been contemplating […]
The annual open enrollment period is a daunting time for both employers and employees; it is a lot of work for companies and can be a confusing process for workers. For instance, if you have 20 employees and offer five benefit plans with several documents correlated to each plan, you will be sifting through many […]
I have worked with people who have depression for over 20 years. There are a few essential things to know about Major Depressive illness. It is a neurologically-based brain disease. There is an overwhelming amount of scientific research backing that. Nevertheless, non-biological things like kindness have the potential to make it better. Biological interventions like brain-friendly food, adequate sleep […]
Coinciding with its 10th year of service to the community, Mountain Valley Regional Rehabilitation Hospital has expanded its facility to continue to best meet the needs of patients in Northern Arizona. The hospital, which has served more than 12,000 patients in the past 10 years, provides specialized rehabilitative care through its inpatient, outpatient and home […]
The City of Flagstaff needs a new courthouse. No question about it. It is a city obligation to process our criminal and traffic infractions. No one likes to pay for courthouses or jails, but they are part of the system that keeps us safe. We have wrung every dollar of use that we can from […]
They’re baaaack! It’s official: the Downtown Library is once again going to be open on Sundays! Library visitors will now have even more time to study, seek a librarian’s guidance, use computers and print, access the library’s Wi-Fi, check out books, look for movies and music and much more! This isn’t the first time the […]
Flying home from visiting my 92-year-old mother in Orlando recently, I reflected on the length and the shortness of life. It struck me that my mother has lived almost exactly twice as long as my first wife (Debbie), who lived to be 46. By most standards, Mom has lived a long life (with more to […]