Sometimes the most unexpected things happen at the most unexpected moments. Sometimes they are small encounters, sometimes they are so much larger than one could ...
On a hot day in the Grand Canyon many years ago, Jim Bell was sitting under a tree watching a squirrel systematically defeat the food ...
Since Labor Day weekend 2017, things have looked a bit dicey for the future of Flagstaff’s beloved Museum Club, a Route 66 icon for more ...
Anybody who has lived in Flagstaff for a while may well agree: driving on Milton Road during rush hour at the height of tourist season ...
Almost anyone who has held down a job has found out that satisfaction with one’s workplace can make all the difference in motivation to get ...
“People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing, that’s why we recommend it daily.” ~ Zig Ziglar To achieve and maintain personal wellness, we need more than motivation. Wellness requires a daily “personal” commitment. Wellness is much more than physical health, exercise and nutrition. It is the integration of everything in our lives […]
So, you’ve just been served with divorce papers. What now? Following the initial shock of being served, panic and a feeling of being overwhelmed often seems to hit next. If minor children are involved, the biggest fear often revolves around custody and parenting plans. At the same time, financial concerns such as who is going […]
One of the hardest challenges I have had to make for my parents was navigating the resources available for aging family members, especially learning about facilities that provide them with care throughout their aging process. When trying to research the options, it can be overwhelming, as there is language used in the senior living industry […]
The New Year is here and the county is prepared for challenges that may face us. The Arizona State Legislature began its 2018 legislative session earlier this month and the governor and legislators are now at work crafting legislation, hearing bills in committee and writing the next state budget. The decisions made at the State Capitol greatly affect the citizens of Coconino County and sadly, the state’s recent revenue projections may […]
As a youngster, Arlando Teller stood in the yard of his Chinle home on the Navajo Reservation and looked up at an azure sky pebbled with popcorn clouds and jet contrails. He wondered where those white streaks crisscrossing the wild blue yonder were headed. When he graduated from Chinle High School in 1991, his continuing […]
NAU had many reasons to celebrate in 2017. Our outstanding faculty and staff and our strong degree programs placed us in the top 2.9 percent of degree-granting higher education institutions in the world, according to rankings from the Center for World University Rankings. Our team’s dedication earned our university a higher education civic engagement award […]
Flagstaff’s Weatherford Hotel On the Grid with Flagstaff Business News is a monthly podcast delving into timely topics and interviews with guests who help shape the local economy. Weatherford Hotel owners and preservation champions Henry Taylor and Sam Green join FBN Editor and host Bonnie Stevens to discuss highlights of efforts to restore the building […]
In the spring 2018, Flagstaff Pulliam Airport will begin offering non-stop American Airlines flights to and from both Los Angeles and Dallas. Los Angeles flights will start on May 5 and Dallas flights the following month, on June 7. Tickets for both are now on sale. American will use its current 70-seat aircraft for both […]