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‘Tis the Season for Public-Private Partnerships

This month, Fort Tuthill is the scene of wide-eyed wonder, as believers take in the bustling excitement of Santa’s workshop. The North Pole Experience is open for its first season in Flagstaff after moving from Greer earlier this year. Along with being a quicker car ride for families traveling from the Valley, Santa, Mrs. Claus […]

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Protecting South Flagstaff From Wildfire

James Perkins has lived in Williams for 46 years. He and fellow residents are well aware that a large wildfire could destroy the city. And structures spared by fire could be washed away in the flooding aftermath. Perkins thinks about these things and the many residents of Northern Arizona as his company, Perkins Timber Harvesting, […]

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Veteran’s Day Activities

Nov. 11 at 11:00 a.m.  At Flagstaff’s American Legion, Veteran Day ceremonies will begin at 11:00 and be followed by the Ladies Auxiliary Sponsored luncheon.  On Veterans Day, Monday, there will be a Monday Night Football and steak event at the VFW.  Membership to the VFW is not required to attend.  $8.00

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Celebrating High Altitude Training

Robin Lyon is busy preparing for this month’s Half Ironman World Championships in Las Vegas. She made the cut after placing first overall in the 28th Annual Mountain Man Olympic Distance Triathlon. The event was held on the last day of the Summer Olympic Games, where conversations about training in Flagstaff enjoyed a world stage. […]

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Flagstaff Gaining Strength as Shopping Hub

When locals heard Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage was moving into the historic armory building on Milton Road and Clay Avenue, many wondered if the cow artwork would be painted over. Now that the grocer is open for business, fans of the giant bovine are pleased that it remains, overlooking the city’s busy thoroughfare. Natural […]

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Celebrating a Local Staple

For Jon Schulman, relaxing is overrated. He would rather be overseeing operations at his restaurant, Buster’s, or along the water’s edge at Oak Creek, fly fishing rod in hand. His choices seem to be working out well. It has been 30 years since Schulman and several partners started Buster’s Restaurant and Bar. The partners have […]

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Understanding Website Traffic

July 18th, 6:00 p.m. at Kickstand Kafé This discussion will be all about reviewing your website statistics to see how well your online marketing is going. This is one of the most under used benefits of having a website. No other form of marketing can give you so much information like: how many visitors have […]

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Flagstaff’s New Mayor Ready for Action

As Mayor-elect Jerry Nabours prepares to be sworn into office later this month, his to-do list is growing longer with every passing moment. Just 10 days after the general election, he is outfitted with a city-issued smartphone that is helping him gain the upper hand on his quickly expanding list of meetings and appearances. At […]

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