Increasing student population, housing market collapse, growing trend are contributing to demand Homes with million-dollar views from McMillan Mesa will soon be available for rent. ...
Mike Godina ventured into food trucks four years ago, and by all measures, has cooked up something special. His GringoDillas, co-owned with Eldan Zvida, was ...
Husband and wife culinary teams are behind innovative ideas at three relatively-new Flagstaff restaurants. Gastronomic power couples are not new to Flagstaff restaurants (think Frank ...
Flagstaff author Eugene (Gene) Munger recently released his sixth book. In his new novel, “Greyhound North,” Munger utilizes his experience as a Shell Oil executive ...
Growing up in rural Michigan, Donald Hales, M.D., was thrilled to be teaching and practicing medicine at the prestigious University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) ...
Meet one of our foster parents: Rebecca Brown. Brown has raised eight children of her own; all are grown and have their own families. She only has one high school age daughter at home with her. Brown was in the health care field prior to becoming a foster parent. She has always had the heart […]
Mom was worried … very worried. When Tracy (my wife) and I bought our little ranchette, my mother exclaimed, “What? Are you sure? You’re a city boy!” Mom had a point. In my younger days, I did enough manual work to last me a lifetime; by the time I left college, I was over manual […]
This is part three of a three-part series on hearing loss and the relationship of the three primary elements, or the Trinity of players, involved in facilitating hearing as efficiently as possible. This Trinity includes the family, the hearing-impaired person and the hearing health-care provider. “Blindness cuts us off from things; deafness cuts us off […]
Elevate Flagstaff announced that the Coconino County Recorder has verified enough valid petition signatures to officially place the Sustainable Wages Act on the ballot in the next Flagstaff election. Nearly 9,000 signatures from Flagstaff voters were submitted to the County Clerk last month — almost two times the required amount needed — petitioning the City […]
The Weatherford Hotel, along with Canyon Moon Theatre and Theatrikos Theater, is presenting “My Big Fat Weatherford Wedding,” and promising “the crime of your life!” The performance involves the wedding of Francisco Peaks and Meadow Riordan. Promoters say the bride is drop-dead gorgeous and the groom is terminally handsome. It is being touted as the […]
All of the gym treadmills are full, everyone’s posting pics of their healthy meal-planning conquests and you’ve purchased the latest heart-rate measuring, sleep-monitoring, calorie-counting wearable thing out there. A few weeks into the New Year and all of this can only mean one thing. Like millions of others, you made a New Year’s resolution to […]
Here in Arizona, the state leverages a gasoline tax and collects fees when we register our cars. These monies are deposited into a fund known as the Highway User Revenue Fund (HURF). By state statute, 49.5 percent of those funds are to be distributed to towns, cities and counties for road maintenance. However, the state […]
To keep tobacco and vapor products out of the hands of youth under age 18, the Coconino County Board of Supervisors last year adopted an ordinance that requires all tobacco and vapor products to be placed, stored and displayed in a manner that is inaccessible to the public without employee assistance in a retail setting. […]