Shandiin Farrell sat patiently on the bleachers at Spider Web Camp carefully observing the colts as they kept close to their mothers. Seated next to ...
Located in the picturesque and sacred Boynton Canyon just south of Sedona, Enchantment Resort’s Mii amo spa draws direct inspiration from the Native American peoples ...
CCC graduate Evan Burris landed work in his field of information technology even before he finished his studies. “The first IT classes I ever took ...
When Jacquie Kellogg of West USA Realty sold the recently demolished Wonderful Hotel, she had no idea that sale would stir her passion for historic ...
Visitors coming to Northern Arizona to experience the Great Outdoors are leaving their tents at home. They have discovered “glamping” and are connecting with nature ...
She’s interviewed presidents, flown with Mother Theresa, given a face to depression and helped HIV-infected orphans. Long-time Arizonans know her as the first primetime television news anchorwoman in the Phoenix market. But teen-age girls growing up in the ‘70s regarded her as their own personal hero, a real-life Mary Richards (played by MaryTyler Moore), who […]
Hearing loss is described in types and degrees of loss. The type of hearing loss is determined by the location of the dysfunction. The degree of loss is determined by how much power is needed to hear sound. The ear is divided into the outer ear, middle ear and inner ear. This article is an […]
Perhaps the best way to describe work as a volunteer or public servant goes something like this: Give a man a fish, he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will eat for a lifetime. Also, keep the pond stocked so people will have a place to fish, says Sharon […]
Timberline Firearms & Training to Fill a Niche A new Flagstaff business is creating jobs and filling a void in the local landscape. Timberline Firearms & Training is Flagstaff’s first indoor shooting range. Co-owner Elise Willson joins On the Grid host Bonnie Stevens to talk about the new facility, gun safety, classes and the fastest […]
The start of a new academic year is always exciting, but this year the Northern Arizona University Teachers Academy brings even more to celebrate. We are offering a new pathway to bring teachers into Arizona classrooms, and providing a way for those teachers to follow their dreams tuition-free or with low cost options. Under the […]
As a Radiologic Technologist for more than 14 years, I am excited by the pace at which technology and innovation in health care is moving. One of those state-of-the-art innovations in the world of orthopedic imaging is the CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) Extremity System. This technology allows orthopedic surgeons to get a 3D image […]
This month is the five-year anniversary of my stepping away from being a full-time corporate CEO and starting my career as a professor and Executive in Residence at Northern Arizona University. Five years ago, I wondered how I would stay current on what was happening in corporate America, so that I could continue to teach […]
As you age, calculating the chances that you’ll need long-term care – and the associated costs – is incredibly important. More than half of people turning 65 will require long-term care during their lifetime, and the costs may be much higher than you expect. In 1980, the U.S. had $30 billion in long-term care spending. […]