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Coral Evans

Addressing Climate Change Locally

Hello Flagstaff! I do hope you’re all enjoying this lovely autumn as we gear up for the holiday season. As I write this, it is another clear warm day, and I’m trying to remember the last time we had any rain. It’s been a while. I have been following the news of the California wildfires […]

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McCain

Tapping into the Power of Diversity in the Workplace

Diversity is a popular term in the business world and in our culture. It’s often equated with success in the workplace. Incorporating diversity into our lives is so important there is even a national “Celebrate Diversity Month” (in April) to focus attention on the value of diversity. But is diversity alone enough to make a business […]

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Saavedra

Invest in Flagstaff, Invest in Yourself

Elevation. Crisp mountain air. Seasons – you got all four. Camping, hiking, fishing, hunting and viewing wildlife. All the usual components of a typical great place to live. Flagstaff has a small town feel with big city perks: some of the most exceptional educational institutions that Arizona has to offer are right here in Flag. […]

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Karon LynnAudio

What is it Like to Have a Hearing Loss?

As an audiologist, I see hearing impaired individuals every day. One of the most rewarding activities of my job is to teach the family members what it is like to have a hearing loss and how to better communicate with hearing impaired people.   What can the hearing impaired person hear? I think that understanding […]

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Warners

Caring for Your Christmas Tree

Very soon, families throughout our nation will be digging out the ornaments, testing the lights and finding that perfect angel or star to top off their tree for the holiday season. Warner’s Nursery will be getting its shipment of cut trees on Nov. 20 (the Monday before Thanksgiving). We already have a good selection of […]

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Fox

How to Aid Your Aging Parents: Guidelines for Coping

The aging of your parents is inevitable, but your ability to aid in the process isn’t so restricted. As our parents age and our lives get busier, our intrinsic sense of duty to care for our parents grows exponentially. The good news is, by taking a few simple yet significant steps, you can greatly lighten […]

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DrBagley

Treating Diabetes through Rehabilitation

 For many, a healthy diet and regular exercise are self-prescribed ways to feel better. But for people with diabetes, diet and exercise often are medically recommended to help treat the disease. Diabetes is a disorder where either the body does not produce enough insulin or the cells in the body do not recognize the insulin. […]

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Hoyt

Balancing College and Retirement

Are you faced with the dilemma of saving for your own retirement while at the same time trying to put money away for a child’s college education? How do you pursue both goals? How do you determine which is more important or what path to take? If this hard choice sounds familiar, you’re not alone. […]

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