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Celebrating General Tuthill and the County’s Historic Quad Restoration

The Historic Fort Tuthill Quad, a celebrated site rich in history and significance for our community, was recently renovated with $4 million in improvements. To honor the successful completion of these improvements, Coconino County Parks and Recreation dedicated the Historic Quad on Aug. 15, and shared this momentous occasion with about 100 guests in attendance. […]

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Kahtoola Helping to Inspire the World with Engineering Solutions

Kyle Maynard and his long-time friend and business partner Joey Leonardo know all about failure. Before becoming world-class mountaineers, they were not even campers. “We didn’t know how to put up a tent,” said Joey. Today, they have over-the-top memories of viewing the world from some of the world’s highest peaks. But, getting there took […]

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Waging Concerns

On July 1, the state of Arizona raised the hourly minimum wage rate from $8.05 to $10. In Flagstaff, the voters elected to implement a minimum wage significantly higher than the new state-mandated minimum wage. The vote and outcomes caused a tsunami wave of confusion, fear, excitement, emotion and arguments as Flagstaff’s new wage of […]

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Celtic Festival Continues to Grow

For those who enjoy brilliantly-colored flags and costumes, bagpipe tunes, unique foods, dancing maidens, frolicking children and the excitement of tumultuous monsoon clouds skirting overhead, the lure of the annual Arizona Highland Celtic Festival in Flagstaff every July is irresistible. The festival is the biggest fundraising event sponsored by the Northern Arizona Celtic Heritage Society […]

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