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Loven Contracting Recognized for Exceeding Safety Standards

Mike Loven, founder of one of the largest construction companies in Northern Arizona, has recently received one of the most valued safety awards in the Southwest. Loven Contracting was recognized by the Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Star Award, a very high safety standard earned through the Arizona Industrial Commission and OSHA. “This is very significant for us,” said Loven, who started the […]

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Offering a ‘Crate of Delights’ to Support Student Artists

Coconino Community College student Sara Jansen offered her painting, “Crate of Delights,” to be auctioned at the school’s annual Palette to Palate spring fundraising event. CCC Marketing Director Brian Harris reported that more than $30,000 was brought in to support classroom improvements and offer enriching field trip experiences to students. “Local artists and restaurants were […]

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Arizona At Work

County Presents Five Free Services for Employers

Northern Arizona employers gathered at Little America in Flagstaff recently for a learning session presented by The ARIZONA@WORK Coconino County Business Services Team. Hot topics such as “Minimum Wage Expectations and Enforcement in Flagstaff,” and “Internships, Apprenticeships and On-the-Job Training Opportunities for Employers – How You Can Get Paid to Employ People,” and “The Latest […]

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Humming Along the Rim with Buck Wild  

Humvees have joined helicopters, airplanes, river rafts and mules as another interesting way to explore the Grand Canyon.  Known as the oldest and largest sightseeing company in the world, Papillon Group is extending its services to include Buck Wild Hummer Tours with custom built Humvee excursions.     After 50 plus years of serving the Grand Canyon, […]

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Economic Expansion Expected to Continue 

Northern Arizona’s economy reflects strengths of the national economy, yet there are also some regional challenges.   These issues were highlighted at a recent Northern Arizona Economic Development Roundtable led by the Arizona Association for Economic Development.   Before the roundtable discussions began, economist Jim Rounds addressed the group. “There is a lot of consistency in the […]

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Flagstaff’s First Indoor Shooting Range Opens Friday 

With the Coconino National Forest in fire restrictions that limit activity in the woods, Flagstaff’s first indoor shooting range, Timberline Firearms & Training, is welcoming sport shooting enthusiasts of all abilities. A ribbon cutting ceremony marked the official grand opening of the locally owned range late last month at the corner of Highway 89 and […]

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Drones Earning their Space in the Sky 

Chad de Alva of Lightforce Media, LLC has been working with Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), commonly called drones, for more than seven years. In that time, he has advocated for the industry and educated others, while piloting numerous projects for which drones and their payloads offer new, innovative and cost-saving solutions to a myriad of […]

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Army Veteran Sharing His Love of Doughnuts with Flagstaff 

Some things in life are irresistible. Take the doughnut, for example.  A visit to Fractured Prune Doughnuts on East Piccadilly Road in Flagstaff’s Aspen Place will confirm this friendly addiction.   Inside the kitchen area, colorful rows of toppings and glazes are at the ready to adorn hot, fresh cake doughnuts.  Tempting and quirky combinations of […]

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