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Festivals, Special Events Boost Summer Tourism Revenues

It is well known that Flagstaff’s hotel occupancy peaks during the summer months and it can be near impossible to find a vacant room in the city on weekend nights May through September. In June 2016, Flagstaff hotel occupancy hit a record high of 90.3 percent occupancy for the month. While there are many reasons […]

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Controlling Your Stroke Risks

When you think of celebrities like Dick Clark, Sharon Stone or Rick James, you probably think of their many talents. What you might not realize is that they all at one time suffered a stroke. Strokes – or brain attacks – can happen to anyone at any time. Strokes are the leading cause of adult […]

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Cutting Your Risk of Identity Theft

In the last six years, $112 billion dollars has been stolen from U.S. residents because of identity theft. That is $36,500 per minute, enough money to pay the average mortgage for two years or eight years of groceries for a typical family of four (Javelin Strategy & Research). Yikes! That is a frightening statistic. But […]

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Karon LynnAudio

Stepping Up to the Challenges of an Aging Body

The basic goal of aging individuals is to age gracefully or to age well. Aging well requires stimulating the brain and using the body in a manner that keeps it strong. Basic everyday activities are not enough to keep both body and mind in a stable functioning state. We all become “set” in our ways […]

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Flagstaff Airport Temporarily Closing

The Flagstaff Airport will be closing the runway Sunday evening from (8:00 p.m.) June 11th through Monday morning at 4:00 a.m. June 19th for asphalt repairs. During this time frame there will not be air service available out of Flagstaff. We do thank you for your patience during this necessary closure, and for choosing to […]

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Why NAU?

If you have ever spent time with a child, you know that no matter how different their personalities or interests, they all share one thing: the ability to ask “why” about everything. It is a genuine question – a desire to better understand how things work and relate to what interests them, and a chance […]

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On the Grid with Bonnie Stevens

On the Grid – College Graduate’s First Job

College Graduate’s First Job On this episode, Flagstaff Business News Editor Bonnie Stevens hosts NAU Business Professor T. Paul Thomas for a discussion on the importance of the college graduate’s first job. Employers, parents and students alike will find relevant and surprising insights on the opportunities for character development and professionalism, beyond the skills acquired, […]

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How Does Massage Reduce Stress?

We all know that certain types of constant stress in our lives are not healthy. But did you know that recent evidence indicates the physical changes associated with stress may contribute to the leading causes of death – heart disease and cancer? In addition, stress can create and/or exacerbate many physical and emotional conditions such […]

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