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  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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Colt Sale Celebrates Babbitt Ranches Community

  Amidst the crowd of several hundred spectators were Justin, Jessica and three-year-old Hud Greer. The Exeter, California family kept cowboy Scott Westlake busy keeping track of their bids in the Annual Colt Sale on Saturday, July 9. At the end of the day, the Greers were the event’s volume buyers, purchasing eight colts for […]

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Honorees at Goodwill Industries of Northern Arizona 1st Community IMPACT Awards

  Coconino County, Xanterra and retired Assistant City Manager Jim Wine were among the honorees at the inaugural Community IMPACT Awards Luncheon held by Goodwill Industries of Northern Arizona (GINA) to celebrate its partners and team members who forward the group’s workforce development mission. Each of the seven recipients were congratulated by Jim Gibbons, President […]

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CCC President Honored at NAU Graduation

Northern Arizona University President John Haeger and Coconino Community College President Leah Bornstein have spent four years building a multifaceted partnership that leads to student success. At NAU’s spring commencement ceremony on May 12, Haeger will present Bornstein with an honorary degree in recognition of her dedication to higher education and her contributions to NAU. Since assuming […]

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CCC Welcoming VP of Academic Affairs

  Coconino Community College (CCC) recently hired Dr. Russ Rothamer as Vice President of Academic Affairs, a well-respected seat on the college’s executive leadership team. Rothamer has dedicated more than 25 years to higher education as an administrator and professor. He is a recognized leader in developing meaningful initiatives that help institutions meet and surpass […]

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Growing Food, Growing Community

Blessed with high altitude and a finicky growing season, Northern Arizona is often criticized as a frustrating place to grow food. In spite of these challenges, the City of Flagstaff and Flagstaff Foodlink are proud to celebrate the overwhelming success of the 2011 growing season. In just two community gardens, over 160 community gardeners raised […]

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