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 ...
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 ...
Lauren Breedlove may believe she has the best summer job. She earned a “Sunternship” with the Days Inn hotel chain. It is her job to ...
Moon mania is sweeping through the community as local businesses and artists are on board with Flagstaff’s Lunar Legacy lift-off. Through the end of 2019, ...
He did not see it coming. Patrick Burns, a career firefighter, 41 at the time, had just joined his wife, Anita, for a run in ...
About the only thing that Anderson Mann does not do well is relax, or so says his wife, Jackie. Serving in building maintenance at the mule barn for Xanterra’s South Rim Mule Operation, Mann says his duties include just about anything and everything he needs to do to keep the world-famous mule livery functioning. From […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
When envisioning a garden, many people think the ideal is formal planting beds with perfect blooms orchestrated into an uncompromisingly symmetrical design – a mini-Versailles in their own backyards. But for several years, the trend has been to embrace a more casual feel, often described in the term “bed-head” gardening (as if your garden […]
We have been listening to our communities throughout Coconino County and the message is clear: We need education and training that leads to jobs and helps improve lives and communities. We are proud of the “Community” in the name of our College, and the mission that goes along with being part of the community. Our […]
You or one of your family members are in the hospital following an injury, illness or surgery and the physician or surgeon says it’s time to leave the hospital but rehabilitation or additional care is needed before going home. Some conditions that may require short- or long-term care at a rehabilitation facility include stroke; disabling […]
I have had several people tell me that they don’t need business cards because everyone keeps contact information in their phones! Well, that may be a trend but does not seem to be pervasive yet. And besides, a business card is often the source for the information being stored in the phone. A well-thought-out […]