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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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MiaBell

Grand Canyon National Park Lodges has New Leader

Hiking rim to rim of the Grand Canyon is impressive; hiking rim to rim and back again is even better and only one minor feat that Mia Bell has undertaken in her life. After working for Xanterra for more than 35 years, there is no doubt she has climbed another challenging trail that has led […]

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DuaneWeston

Weston Brings Midwestern Values to Southwestern Law

Duane Weston is an attorney who has been practicing business law for more than 28 years in Flagstaff. He can handle legal matters ranging from contract law to mechanic’s liens to forming LLCs and corporations. He also specializes in land development, including rezoning and conditional use permits. However, he did not always think he was […]

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AugustCOmmProff

Designing with Gumption

The first time Jen Saunders saw Tucson, she was convinced she had landed on Mars. It was an understandable reaction for a third grader who had only seen Minot, North Dakota up until that time. “The sand. The cactuses. It was a total shock,” she said. After 10th grade, Jen moved to Minnesota to finish […]

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Cunningham

Long-time Family Business Continues to Change, Grow, Expand

Heather Cunningham married into the flooring business 27 years ago. Today, she and her husband, Mike, are continuing to expand the family business, which began 45 years ago. And they are bringing the Cunningham name back to the business name. Cunningham Flooring Direct is the new name of Carpets of Dalton Flooring America. The 13,000-square-foot […]

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JaneMiller

Shooting for Excellence in the Office, Arena

One of the best teachers Janel Miller ever had was a horse named Rowdy. Miller, who competes in mounted shooting as a hobby, said when a person first gets into the sport a seasoned horse helps them learn. “He had trained hundreds of people in my sport when they first started.” Rowdy was owned by […]

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