Flagstaff resident Mary Butwinick is making big changes at the Museum Club. She and her fiancé, Bret Rios, purchased the iconic Route 66 establishment, affectionately ...
The Northern Arizona Care and Services After Assault (NACASA), previously known as the Northern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault, has moved into a new, larger ...
One of a number of symbols of bygone days along historic Route 66 in Northern Arizona, today only rickety structures, rubble and graffiti mark the ...
Chad Brockman was born to surf. He grew up on the beaches of Waikiki and lived in the waves – before school, during school, after ...
Flagstaff’s only independent book store devoted to new titles, Barefoot Cowgirl Books, now has new owners and a new name. Yet, its identity as a ...
If you have ever spent time with a child, you know that no matter how different their personalities or interests, they all share one thing: the ability to ask “why” about everything. It is a genuine question – a desire to better understand how things work and relate to what interests them, and a chance […]
College Graduate’s First Job On this episode, Flagstaff Business News Editor Bonnie Stevens hosts NAU Business Professor T. Paul Thomas for a discussion on the importance of the college graduate’s first job. Employers, parents and students alike will find relevant and surprising insights on the opportunities for character development and professionalism, beyond the skills acquired, […]
We all know that certain types of constant stress in our lives are not healthy. But did you know that recent evidence indicates the physical changes associated with stress may contribute to the leading causes of death – heart disease and cancer? In addition, stress can create and/or exacerbate many physical and emotional conditions such […]
Travel season is upon us. Unsurprisingly, unplugging from work is good for the mind, body and soul. Vacations allow us to step outside of our day-to-day grind, take time for ourselves, explore new places, create memories with loved ones and truly live in the moment. However, for those of us who work in the non-profit […]
Coconino County takes great pride in many successes: we attract and host visitors from all over the world who visit our unique landscapes and enjoy the spectacular natural wonders. We are home to a diverse and highly skilled workforce — our workers and their employers are the drivers of our economy. The county plays a […]
At Northern Arizona University, we are days away from graduation. The thing that makes the May 2017 graduation special to me is that my very first students from MGT 101 – Introduction to Business are graduating. The last several weeks have been a constant flood of those students coming to me to let me know […]
Congratulations on your graduation! Hopefully, I had the chance to congratulate you in person at the commencement ceremony. As many commencement speakers have pointed out, the word commencement refers to a beginning. Graduation marks the end of one phase of your life; commencement marks the beginning of another. As you start this next phase, I […]
The Flagstaff Airport will be closing the runway Sunday evening from (8:00 p.m.) June 11th through Monday morning at 4:00 a.m. June 19th for asphalt repairs. During this time frame there will not be air service available out of Flagstaff. We do thank you for your patience during this necessary closure, and for choosing to […]