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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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Learning about Leadership from Stoics and Animals  

Craig Van Slyke, Ph.D., has high standards. He strives for excellence in leadership and life. And wants to help others get there, too. “You can’t be a truly excellent, ethical leader without being an excellent, ethical person,” he says. “Work on making yourself an excellent person first.”   His new book, “On Leadership and Life,” is […]

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Social Media Experts Promote Video Marketing   

One, one thousand… two, one thousand… three, one thousand: Time’s up. If you have not bonded with your audience in the first three seconds of social media viewing, you regrettably may have surrendered your immediate advantage to sway consumers’ hearts and minds. Local marketing experts recommend integrating video as your best play for attaining optimal […]

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Creating the Environment to Deliver Healthcare Excellence  

Florence Spyrow’s career has taken her from intensive care to extensive management. As the new interim president and CEO of Northern Arizona Healthcare, Spyrow is the first woman to head up NAH, one of Northern Arizona’s anchor organizations and top employers.   NAH is the administrative and governing arm of health care facilities: Flagstaff Medical Center, […]

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Bad To The Bone

Bad to the Bone

Bix’s Butcher Shop is not the kind of place a person can walk in and come out with a single T-bone steak. It is the type of place for people who realize that meat does not come from a Styrofoam package at the market, according to butcher Dan Bix. He deals with the whole animal. […]

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Brenna Cornell

Born to Lead 

When she was only five years old, Breanna Cornell was already dreaming of becoming a veterinarian. By age 12, her parents were fulfilling another dream of their daughter’s by sending her to space camp in Alabama.  Cornell grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After a high school visit to Michigan Technological University, the young woman’s […]

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Flagstaff’s Own Loven Contracting Receives Statewide Safety Award

Jessie Atencio, Interim Director of ADOSH, Mike Loven Founder and President of Loven Contracting, ICA Commissioners Scott P. LeMarr and Steven Krenzel Flagstaff’s own Loven Contracting, a Northern Arizona construction services firm since 1985, was recognized today as a VPP Star in the Arizona Division of Occupational Safety & Health’s Voluntary Protection (VPP) program. Presenting […]

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Starlite Shining at 60

According to the May 6, 1899 edition of the Coconino Sun, “Flagstaff needs a bowling alley.” Entrepreneurs would heed this advice and over the ensuing decades establish a number of different bowling alleys around Flagstaff. Only one of these – Starlite Lanes – remains today, and 2018 marks its 60th year in operation. Since buying […]

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