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Teller Continues Looking Up

As a youngster, Arlando Teller stood in the yard of his Chinle home on the Navajo Reservation and looked up at an azure sky pebbled with popcorn clouds and jet contrails. He wondered where those white streaks crisscrossing the wild blue yonder were headed. When he graduated from Chinle High School in 1991, his continuing […]

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Ron Getto—Cleaning Up the Strikes

Ron Getto has two Ivy League college degrees and has spent 22 years on Wall Street. So, one might wonder, what brought the Starlite Lanes owner to Flagstaff? His career path has not been smooth. In fact, there were some pretty big bumps along the way. Getto was born and raised in New York. He […]

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moir

  Lifestyle Change Reflected on the Menu

Late last month, the historic Grand Canyon Café was sold. Paul Moir, one of the buyers, said he hopes to take the restaurant to its 100th year. “I’m 48 now, so I’ll be 75 then. I can see that happening,” said Moir. “I think it will be realistic to take it there. The Grand Canyon […]

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SaxMan

Sax Man Bringing Music to the Mountain

  New York’s Times Square has the Naked Cowboy, Major League baseball had its Kissing Bandit and Northern Arizona has Sax Man. Among the restaurants, pubs, dog parks and street corners where Randall Boylan plays his saxophone, this avid skier can sometimes be seen and heard at Arizona Snowbowl. He will play in lift lines, […]

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McCarthy

Jay McCarthy: Champion for Children

Many years from now, when Philip “Jay” McCarthy Jr. looks back over his legal career, he can be confident that he has done what he set out to do – to help children and families. He has, in fact, helped many, many children and their families. He has been before the U.S. Supreme Court twice, […]

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NAU Alumna’s Work Still Inspiring Others

The February confirmation of Aid Worker Kayla Mueller’s death in ISIS captivity has left her hometown of Prescott, her alma mater, Northern Arizona University, and the rest of the civilized world to shoulder her life’s work, mission and legacy. “I find God in the suffering eyes reflected in mine,” the 26-year-old once wrote. “If this […]

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