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Considering Real Estate Investments

Love Flagstaff? Already own a house? Have you thought of buying another? Driving around Flagstaff, it’s hard to not notice all the building and improvements happening in all parts of town. The Standard, The Hub, Switzer Mesa, Timber Sky and many more. Residential real estate in Flagstaff has jumped 38 percent since 2015. The average […]

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Extending Your Garden’s Life Throughout the Fall

Even in Northern Arizona, where frosts come as late as mid-June and as early as September, gardening does not have to be a summer-only activity. There’s a lot of life left in your garden at this time of year and plenty to do, including enjoying what you’ve already planted, getting some new flowers and vegetables […]

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Coconino County Fair a Community Resource

The Coconino County Fair celebrated its 69th year this Labor Day weekend at historic Fort Tuthill County Park, where more than 40,000 people attended the event. The County Fair celebrated community members’ skills and achievements, and connected the community through four days of fun, education and merriment. The County Fair is truly a community event […]

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When a Bump on the Head is More than a Bump on the Head

A Traumatic Brain Injury, or TBI, is caused by a bump, blow or jolt to the head, or a penetrating (piercing) head injury. TBIs disrupt the normal function of the brain and can range from mild to severe and have short-term and long-term effects that can change the way a person thinks, acts, moves and feels. The Centers […]

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Giving a Hoot

There is a lot to love about the owl. Just ask Cecily Maniaci, an eight-year Flagstaff resident who has enjoyed a flurry of activity opening popular business ventures since arriving in town. “Ahhh, owls I love because they are symbols in literature, they are elegant raptors that protect their young and are very family oriented,” […]

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Easing Arthritis Pain with Massage 

More than one in four adults in the United States suffers from arthritis, which the Arthritis Foundation reports as the leading cause of disability. Nearly 172 million workdays each year are lost because of arthritis and arthritis-related conditions. In 2013 alone, total medical costs and earnings losses from arthritis totaled more than $300 billion. The […]

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