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Super Service Saturdays Expand County Offerings

There are many challenges to delivering the numerous services the county provides to our citizens. We live in a large geographical area with a diverse population, which can make it difficult for people to access services. To meet these challenges, the county embarked on a multi-departmental effort to start a pilot program called “Super Service […]

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JD Hoyt

Ways to Protect Your Estate and Prepare for Your Future

Proper estate management is critical when working toward a more sound and stable financial life. From your wills to beneficiaries and beyond, estates require thoughtful strategies. Yet, many Americans still haven’t protected themselves in the ways they should. In fact, only 40 percent of adults have a will or living trust. If you don’t have […]

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Loven Contracting Recognized for Exceeding Safety Standards

Mike Loven, founder of one of the largest construction companies in Northern Arizona, has recently received one of the most valued safety awards in the Southwest. Loven Contracting was recognized by the Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Star Award, a very high safety standard earned through the Arizona Industrial Commission and OSHA. “This is very significant for us,” said Loven, who started the […]

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Allergy Free Flagstaff

Eating Nuts Reduces More Than Just Your Waistline

Food scientists and medical researchers are calling nuts the latest superfood for their ability to reduce the risk of a number of diseases. From cancer and heart disease to diabetes and obesity, studies indicate consuming nuts prevents disease and promotes a healthy metabolism. Studies in the United States and Europe have shown a higher consumption […]

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Ed Gussio

New AZ COBRA Law Coming for Small Businesses

Beginning Jan. 1, small employers offering certain employee benefits such as group medical, dental and vision insurance will be required to offer continuation of coverage for 18 months to employees separating employment under the new law. This sounds very similar to Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (COBRA) that employers with 20 or more […]

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Offering a ‘Crate of Delights’ to Support Student Artists

Coconino Community College student Sara Jansen offered her painting, “Crate of Delights,” to be auctioned at the school’s annual Palette to Palate spring fundraising event. CCC Marketing Director Brian Harris reported that more than $30,000 was brought in to support classroom improvements and offer enriching field trip experiences to students. “Local artists and restaurants were […]

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Arizona At Work

County Presents Five Free Services for Employers

Northern Arizona employers gathered at Little America in Flagstaff recently for a learning session presented by The ARIZONA@WORK Coconino County Business Services Team. Hot topics such as “Minimum Wage Expectations and Enforcement in Flagstaff,” and “Internships, Apprenticeships and On-the-Job Training Opportunities for Employers – How You Can Get Paid to Employ People,” and “The Latest […]

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T Paul Thomas

Ask the CEO: Exceptional Customer Service

Most of my columns are based on experiences I’ve had with my former companies. Most of my organizations were in business-to-business selling, so my experience with retail is relatively limited to personal buying experiences. That being said, I think many of the practices I used still apply to today’s small business, or any retail business. […]

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