Chronically ill patients across the nation are getting some help to make sure they receive consistent care in managing pain and other symptoms. To provide ...
The petite but familiar building on the corner of Highways 89A and 260 in Cottonwood that housed the Chamber of Commerce since the mid-1980s now ...
On July 1, the state of Arizona raised the hourly minimum wage rate from $8.05 to $10. In Flagstaff, the voters elected to implement a ...
It is being called the Great American Eclipse because the Monday, Aug. 21 cosmic event when our moon aligns between the Earth and sun will ...
After opening the business more than three decades ago, Jake Weber has sold the Village of Oak Creek’s sole supermarket, Weber’s IGA, to the Aspen-based ...
Preparing for the future is one of the most important aspects of financial strategizing, and a lack of involvement often leaves women, in particular, potentially exposed to financial hardships later in life. Don’t expect a spouse, partner or other family member to help ensure financial security. Women investors face several challenges to helping build wealth […]
We are very excited to announce that Avenues of the World Travel will be moving! Our clients will be able to enjoy the same high level of service they are used to from our award-winning team, but after 18 years on 4th Street, we are moving to 2100 E. Cedar. We invite you to join […]
Happily, at a time when so many folks can find so many things to debate, there is one topic on which most can agree: they hate their HOA. Yes, homeowner’s associations get a bad rap, but is this always justified? In the interest of bringing more peace and harmony to our happy mountain community, below […]
Over the last several months, I have received emails or have had students stop by my office and ask what it takes to become a CEO. I really don’t know if there are steps to get there, but in my experience, if you are a great leader, you will eventually become a CEO. I’ve put […]
The end of summer and the start of a new school year is an exciting time for most children. But for some, the beginning of school could reveal a dark secret when signs of abuse and neglect these children have suffered over the summer are noticed by teachers, staff and other parents. “Because children can […]
Nothing characterizes the health of a community as much as the opportunities for its youngest members to learn. Great teachers and schools, great libraries and museums, a wealth of engagement in cultural/artistic events and physical activities, an excitement about science, technology, engineering and math, and a network of supportive adults, provide children and young adults […]
Born and raised in the Midwest, Brian spent most of his life hunting small game such as pheasant and turkey. When he moved to Arizona, he was excited for the opportunity to engage in big game hunts, such as elk and deer. One of his goals was to hunt elk with a bow. His chance […]
Hello Flagstaff! I hope you all have been enjoying your summer! As you may know the Flagstaff City Council takes a recess in July and then reconvenes for a new session in August. As we get ready to return, I wanted to take a moment to talk about the practice of governance. Senator McCain recently […]