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Painting a Successful Picture for Fine Arts Education

For the last 15 years, the Palette to Palate fundraiser has been dedicated to raising funds for the Coconino Community College Fine Arts Department. In that time, the event has helped fund the purchase of a pugmill, which makes clay smooth and consistent and has helped buy a badly needed new kiln to fire pottery. […]

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Restauranteur Offering French Comfort Food

In the mood for tartine of house-smoked salmon, seafood Boullavaise a la Marseille or slow cooked duck confit cassoulet? If so, it is a good thing that Chef Scott Heinonen is about to open The Cottage, which is being designed to feel and taste like a country French farmhouse where French comfort food will be […]

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NAU Reaching New Octaves with Multi-Million Dollar Sound of Music

Envisioning an anticipated $15 million expansion of the Northern Arizona University Performing and Fine Arts Center as a “…cultural front door to the main university campus,” President Rita Cheng announced a new vision for the NAU School of Music. Speaking before almost 200 supporters of music during a special late February event at the renowned […]

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FBomb Brand Making an Impact

When traveling for business to Japan, it was difficult for Ross Taylor, who follows a high fat/low carb diet, to pack oils and nut butters. “You can find good veggies and proteins anywhere you travel, but it is difficult to find healthy fats,” said Ross, who traveled to Asia and other places when he worked […]

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W. L. Gore & Associates Celebrating 50 Years in Flagstaff

When W. L. Gore & Associates, Inc. (Gore) established roots in Flagstaff in 1967, the location could best be described as a small, wonderfully scenic mountain town. Separated from other communities by canyons, peaks and ponderosa pine forests, its population at the time was roughly 20,000, and despite its natural beauty, big businesses were not […]

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Reports Says Arizona Relies Heavily on Trade with Mexico

Arizona rates second among the states that would be most impacted if a trade battle were to unfold with Mexico. So predicts WalletHub, a personal finance website, which analyzed all 50 states and the District of Columbia across five categories of exports, imports and jobs. Incurring an overall score of 92.83 on a 100-point scale, […]

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Cottonwood Landmark Undergoing Major Renovation

The historic Cottonwood Civic Center may soon be full of life with weddings, school plays and community meetings when the city’s renovation effort is completed. The project got a boost from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) when the city was awarded a $37,734 Brownfields Grant to revitalize the Old Town area by performing […]

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