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Holiday Toy Drive in Full Swing

Santa is not the only one who is busy this time of year. James Jackson, a sergeant with the Flagstaff Police Department, is a bit of a blur as well. But, like Santa, he is used to it, as he has organized the Holiday Toy Drive in Northern Arizona for the past 17 years. “This […]

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Street Maintenance Beginning in Flagstaff

Paving work on the City’s annual street maintenance program is scheduled to begin today, May 30, 2012.  Streets scheduled for re-paving include: East Old Route 66 from Country Club Drive to Mall Way, Butler Avenue from Continental Drive to Sky View Street, and Fourth Street from Cedar Avenue to Butler Avenue. Pavement milling has already […]

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Shadow’s Foundation Event Friday

The Shadows Foundation invites the public to Findlay Volkswagen Friday at 5p.m.  The Flagstaff Chamber will be on hand for a Ribbon cutting celebration of the new location at 5160 North Test Drive. In addition, the winner of the print (pictured here) will be announced.  The work is from artist Brad Davidson, with additional thanks […]

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Turkey Drive Planned for Monday

The Northern Arizona Food Bank and Yavapai Broadcasting will be collecting perishable and non-perishable foods at the Turkey Drive Monday.  Collections will take place in front of Fry’s Food Store on Route 66.  Volunteers are needed for the event which runs from noon to 6:00p.m.  (0928)526-2211

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Flagstaff Weight Watchers Helping St. Mary’s Food Bank

Next week, Weight Watchers members in Flagstaff will “give away” their unwanted pounds by collecting non-perishable food equivalent to their weight losses to date for St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance. The effort is part of the 4th annual Lose for Good® campaign, an initiative that fights hunger both locally and globally by increasing awareness of […]

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Facebook Strategy Luncheon Seminar

Aug. 25. 11:30-1:00 Social Media Strategist Jay Baer will present a seminar via Adobe Connect, entitled, A Method to the Madness. People can watch the discussion at NACET, 2225 N. Gemini Drive, or watch from home or  the office. For those of you planning to watch the seminar remotely, follow the link below. To join […]

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County Closing Intersections in Schultz Flood Area

Due to heavy flooding in the Schultz Flood area, Coconino County has closed two road intersections in the Timberline neighborhood.  While the majority of roads in the Timberline neighborhood remain open and passable, Valley Drive and Crestview Driveintersections at Campbell Avenue will be closed to allow for crews to excavate and construct box culverts in the area. The Coconino County Public Works department […]

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Sedona Round Table Discussion

Feb 2.  Sedona Chamber Round-Table.  8:30-10:00 a.m. 45 Sunset Drive, Sedona.  Chamber President/CEO Jennifer Wesselhoff to discuss business issues, ideas and concerns in a professional, group setting. This is free for Chamber members and includes a continental breakfast but you must RSVP to attend.  Seating is limited.

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