After a traumatic accident at a Winslow sawmill, hours of surgery and months of physical and occupational therapy, 44-year-old Mickey Rosenquist can almost fully straighten ...
The bravado of the women wranglers at the Grand Canyon is a fascinating account of courage, strength and travails, sometimes under severe climatic conditions that ...
Mariel Hemingway walked barefoot through the forest, Mackenzie Philips comforted those recovering from addiction and Ed Asner reflected on a life of standing up for ...
It is an entertaining business model that has drawn many admirers – a panel of business experts who listen to pitches from budding entrepreneurs, invest ...
The concept of a launchpad for a moonshot took hold of the nation’s consciousness in 1961 when President John F. Kennedy declared that the United ...
The International Association for the Study of Pain states that “the inability to communicate verbally does not negate the possibility that an individual is experiencing pain.” In other words, your pet is often unable to tell you that he or she is hurting in a language humans can easily understand. Instead, dogs and cats communicate […]
A frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, may be a cause of your shoulder pain. It usually occurs slowly over time, and it can limit the functional use of your arm. Contrary to its name (and fortunately for Flagstaffians), snow and ice have nothing to do with a frozen shoulder. When you have a frozen […]
I’m so proud to share that for the first time, Northern Arizona University is recognized as one of the top 100 research universities without a medical school by the National Science Foundation. NAU also moved to 201 for all universities in the United States, up from 213 in 2017. Flagstaff and Northern Arizona, as well […]
There are plenty of enticing offers for credit cards out there, but no card is one-size-fits-all. Some credit card users may benefit most from a low interest rate so they’re saving more over time. However, frequent travelers might make better use of a rewards card with travel benefits, while shoppers may prefer the convenience of […]
One of the touchstones for the Realtor’s Commissioner Standards is the concept of the “Golden Rule.” Treat others as we would like to be treated. Or, more succinctly, be kind. Something our parents told us, and we pass on to our kids. This concept is extremely appropriate when it comes to real estate sales transactions. […]
Prior to the 20th century, natural medicines and therapies were the only real medicines available. Within the last 100 years, science-based medicine has become the accepted model. Ancient practices were disregarded and were not part of standard medical care, also known as conventional or Western medicine. However, in the 1960s and ’70s, a new culture that embraced alternative […]
We’re fortunate to have a variety of parks, recreation, trails and open spaces in Coconino County that contribute to people’s quality of life and provide a wonderful way for people to connect to nature and to each other. At Coconino County Parks & Recreation, we want to ensure the county creates recreational opportunities and spaces […]
Moonshot at NACET invites the public to an evening of insightful and down-to-earth advice from women entrepreneurs who began successful businesses, including two who won investment in their startups from the judges on the television show “Shark Tank.” Women Who Swim with Sharks is a free panel discussion that will take place at 6 pm […]