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Perhaps it was a forecast of their future in the travel industry when Monika and Yves Leuenberger met 40 years ago. Monika was only 10 years old. Both of their families were vacationing at separate homes in Brusino, a municipality in the canton of Ticino on Lake Lugano in Southern Switzerland, about a mile from […]

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Serving History with a Helping of SLO Restaurant Concepts

Restauranteur Paul Moir is integrating his passion for sustainable, local and organic food with the new Grand Canyon Café. The Route 66 landmark has been serving locals since the 1940s, and on Saturday, Sept. 23, the diner will officially celebrate its renovation and new ownership. Moir, who owns Brix, Criollo Latin Kitchen and Proper Meats […]

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Timberline Firearms & Training Breaking Ground

Construction is underway for the 11,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Timberline Firearms & Training facility at the corner of Highway 89 and Copeland Lane. Law enforcement officials, shooting sports competitors, business leaders and local officials celebrated the official groundbreaking on Aug. 1. The Flagstaff area’s first indoor shooting range will feature 12 shooting lanes divided into two bays, […]

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Colorado Family Continuing Community Focus at VOC Supermarket

After opening the business more than three decades ago, Jake Weber has sold the Village of Oak Creek’s sole supermarket, Weber’s IGA, to the Aspen-based Clark’s Market chain in June. The store will change from being a part of the Independent Grocers Alliance (IGA) to becoming the first Clark’s Market in Arizona and will be […]

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Making More Room for Mercedes-Benz  

In keeping with the Mercedes-Benz slogan, “The Best or Nothing,” Mercedes-Benz of Flagstaff has broken ground on a new state-of-the-art facility. According to marketers from the German car manufacturer, the tag line is meant to signify a call to action to the Mercedes-Benz car company team. The local dealership strives to answer that call with […]

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Cool Commitment to Four Season Recreation

As Arizona Snowbowl transitioned from its longest ski season ever to summer on the San Francisco Peaks, evidence of activity and a commitment to year-round outdoor recreation is abundant. For the second consecutive year, Scenic Chairlift Rides are offered every day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with extended hours on Fridays. For many Northland […]

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Late for the Train Serving Kaboose Cups

For many, enjoying a cup a coffee is as much of a ritual as it is a habit…the warmth of the cup, the aroma of the brew, the savored sip. Sometimes, it is about the perfect meld of cream and coffee. Often, it is about gently easing into the day. Late for the Train has […]

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Dealing with the Rising Cost of Prescription Drugs

Some consumers report skimping on medicine to stretch their dollar For cash paying consumers or those with high deductible health plans, the cost of prescription medications may add to the pain and discomfort of a disease or illness. Fifty percent of the U.S. public reported taking prescription medicines at the time of a Kaiser Family […]

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