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Kicking Off the United Way Campaign: United We Win!

This month, Coconino County kicked off its annual United Way of Northern Arizona (UWNA) Fundraising Campaign for our employees. As a Pacesetter for UWNA, we start our campaign early and end sooner to help set the tone for the rest of the area. We, at the county, could not succeed as much as we do […]

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 ER, Urgent Care or Orthopaedic Urgent Clinic?

Injuries and illnesses occur when you least expect them. Local urgent care centers can give a person the medical care they need, usually at a fraction of the cost or time of an emergency room (ER). They provide care for a wide variety of sicknesses, diseases and other conditions. However, there is another type of […]

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Payne

  CASA of Coconino County Honoring Grandparent Caregivers

On Sept. 10, grandparents around the nation will be honored for all the love and support they give to children in their lives. The Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program of Coconino County would like to especially honor the grandparents in our community who have taken in grandchildren who were abused or neglected. In Arizona, […]

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Research Linking Exercise to Reduced Hearing Loss

Researchers have shown us that exercise is good for your hearing! We all know that regular exercise helps reduce weight gain, improves bone density, increases cardiovascular fitness and even helps to support your immune system. Now, the results are showing that lack of aerobic exercise in mice caused the structures inside the hearing organ (cochlea) […]

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Functional Fitness: What it is, Why it is Important

There are plenty of reasons people go to the gym and work out: sports conditioning, strength, physical looks, social time, better health, etc. Regardless of the reasons for going to the gym and working out on a regular basis, one common factor or goal should be addressed and be part of any exercise program: Is […]

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Coral Evans

Arts and Science Programs Enriching Flagstaff

Hello Flagstaff! Fall is upon us, school is back in session and the students have returned. The leaves are beginning to change and mornings are cooler and crisper. It’s a season for fresh starts and new experiences. Fall always puts me in the mood to learn, and there’s no better opportunity than the Flagstaff Festival […]

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Living with Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is a chronic and progressive movement disorder. One of the first steps to living with the disease is to understand it. When an individual has Parkinson’s disease, vital nerve cells in the brain – called neurons – malfunction and die. Some of these dying neurons produce dopamine, a chemical that sends messages to […]

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