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 ...
Arizona’s forests are a state treasure, and they contribute to our quality of life in the high country. Every year during wildfire season, though, that treasure is under threat – a fact that we were reminded of this summer. We all agree on the need to keep our forests healthy, but attempts to prevent forest […]
The first time Jen Saunders saw Tucson, she was convinced she had landed on Mars. It was an understandable reaction for a third grader who had only seen Minot, North Dakota up until that time. “The sand. The cactuses. It was a total shock,” she said. After 10th grade, Jen moved to Minnesota to finish […]
For those who enjoy brilliantly-colored flags and costumes, bagpipe tunes, unique foods, dancing maidens, frolicking children and the excitement of tumultuous monsoon clouds skirting overhead, the lure of the annual Arizona Highland Celtic Festival in Flagstaff every July is irresistible. The festival is the biggest fundraising event sponsored by the Northern Arizona Celtic Heritage Society […]
Tonalea special education teacher Ella Farrell tries to get to Spider Web Camp from her home near the Utah border every July for the Annual Colt Sale. This year, she made her third Babbitt Ranches purchase, a palomino from the reputable “Cowboy Drift” bloodline. “My brother advised me,” she said. “He works with the UofA […]
For decades, the medical office building located on the corner of Forest Avenue and Beaver Street has been known simply as the Physician and Surgeons Office Building, or the PSOB. The building was formally renamed NorthStar Medical Offices this month. In addition, the interior and exterior of the building will also soon be undergoing renovations. […]
In keeping with the Mercedes-Benz slogan, “The Best or Nothing,” Mercedes-Benz of Flagstaff has broken ground on a new state-of-the-art facility. According to marketers from the German car manufacturer, the tag line is meant to signify a call to action to the Mercedes-Benz car company team. The local dealership strives to answer that call with […]
When: September 15-17, 2017 Where: Pepsi Amphitheater at Fort Tuthill County Park in Flagstaff, AZ What: Three days of great music, jamming, camping, community barn dance, educational workshops, band contest, kids activities, and more! Lineup: The lineup for the three-day event features several award-winning performers including: Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, Tim O’Brien, The Drew Emmitt Band, Mountain Heart, Della Mae, Balsam Range, Town Mountain, Foghorn Stringband, The Colton House Trio featuring Chris Brashear, Peter McLaughlin & Todd […]