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True or False? Sorting Through the News

Not being bamboozled by the glut of fake news bombarding the information consumer rests squarely with the person receiving and interpreting the data. “It’s a problem all across society,” said Brian J. Rackham, assistant professor in the School of Communication at Northern Arizona University (NAU). “Even the term ‘fake news’ has been corrupted to where […]

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Opportunity for Funding Nonprofit Organizations, Page/Lake Powell, Tuba City, Williams

The annual competitive grants process for the communities of Northern Arizona facilitated by the Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff will provide financial support to worthy projects and programs serving residents of Williams, Page/Lake Powell and Tuba City. The online grant application is now open at Completed applications must be submitted before 4:00 p.m. on […]

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Goodwill Merger Means More Services in Northern Arizona

For many, the Goodwill is a place to donate and purchase new and gently used clothing, household goods and other items. Each year, Goodwill stores and donation centers divert millions of pounds of material from going directly into landfills. And these pounds of clothes and other items add up to one huge benefit: the betterment […]

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Wage War

Nathan Martinez loves his dog, his community, his job and his independence. At Sam’s Club, Martinez hustles to retrieve shopping carts for customers and greets them with a carefree smile. However, his sunny outlook turns to worry when he considers that the life he has earned and established could change. Martinez fears that the non-profit […]

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New York State Approval is Major Step For SenesTech

SenesTech, a leader in technology for managing animal pest populations through fertility control, is celebrating the registration approval from New York state for the marketing and sale of ContraPest. As a result of the anticipated demand for the product to control rat infestations, the Flagstaff company is ramping up manufacturing capabilities. SenesTech’s existing manufacturing capacity, […]

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Locally Owned Businesses Move in to The Flagstaff Mall

Flagstaff’s only large-scale mall has seen its share of growing pains in the past four decades – from new and thriving to survival mode to expanding and growing outside its walls, literally. Today, The Marketplace includes more than 70 retail stores, restaurants and dining options, activities, home, garden and building merchants, auto dealers and the […]

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A Love Note to Locals: Downtown Businesses Want You Back

The gentle glow from romantic lampposts softens the transition to night, exotic fragrances waft from charming spaces, tantalizing meals are awaiting your delight in artfully adorned settings and cozy fireplaces are burning for you, the local. Flagstaff’s downtown businesses love you, have always loved you and they want you back. For more than 25 years, […]

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Sweet: Local Restaurants Serving Girl Scout Cookie-Inspired Desserts

Lumberyard Brewery, Silver Pine Restaurant raising money for local troops If you are one of those who celebrates Girl Scout Cookie season, you may be thrilled to know local chefs and former Girl Scouts are incorporating Trefoil shortbread cookies and Samoas into their dessert menus. Winnie Hanseth of Lumberyard Brewery and Vanessa Ronspies of Silver […]

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