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Technological Innovations Coming to Flagstaff Public Library

The Flagstaff Public Library is embarking on several technological ventures that will enhance the quality of public services and collection development. The implementation of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology will enable the library an opportunity at broadening inventory control, acting as a cost deterrent for missing items, while providing exemplary service in materials handling and […]

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Celebrating Mardi Gras with Miracle Masquerade Casino Night

As a kick off to Mardi Gras, Catholic Charities and San Francisco de Asis Catholic parish are partnering to raise funds to support Catholic Charities programs in Northern Arizona, as well as the parish’s education programs. Miracle Masquerade Casino Night will help support veteran and homeless services, vulnerable women, youth development and more in Northern […]

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NAU is Educating the Workforce of Today and Tomorrow

Each year I lead NAU, I am more excited about the future of this university. Our growing enrollment means we are bringing outstanding education to more students, our ties to our community are stronger, and the quality of our faculty and staff is opening more opportunities than ever before. I am hopeful this is the […]

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Best Plans for Reaching Financial Resolutions

While New Year’s resolutions can be hard to keep, they may also make you much more likely to achieve your goals than if you had not made a resolution at all. Create emergency savings. Life is full of unexpected emergencies, so prepare for unpredictable expenses by putting aside six to eight months of expenses in […]

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Rebecca Brown

Having the Heart, Knowledge to Care for Others

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 […]

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NAU Business Dean—Out in the Country

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 […]

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The Trinity of Hearing Part 3: The Audiologist

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 […]

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County Clerk Verifies Signatures for Flagstaff Initiative to Amend Minimum Wage Hike

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 […]

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