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Casual Contact May Play a Larger Role in the Spread of Disease Than Once Thought 

To protect ourselves from infectious disease, we often strive to avoid close contact with those who are sick. But new, surprising findings from bat research reveal that pathogens can move from individual to individual much easier and more frequently than we thought.   A team of biologists from several institutions throughout the United States, including Northern […]

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New Year, New Life After the Fall  

Caleb Cordasco sits inconspicuously in the corner of downtown Flagstaff’s Late for the Train coffee house, confident, comfortable, quiet. Between sips from his mug, the 27-year-old responds to questions with the introspection and reflection of a much older person addressing far deeper concerns. His steady brown eyes reveal a profound sense of knowing from a young man who has journeyed to the […]

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Arizona Snowbowl Easing Traffic, Awarding Shuttle Riders, Carpoolers

Arizona Snowbowl is providing a new shuttle bus option and carpool program to encourage skiers and snowboarders to share rides, reduce carbon emissions, decrease traffic and save money. This winter season, incentives are being given to all who ride the shuttle from Flagstaff to Snowbowl or carpool on designated days. Bus passengers and carpoolers with a minimum of four people will be […]

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Trapeze Artists Training Students to Dance in the Air 

Attendance is flying high at Momentum Aerial dance studio, where co-owners Joanie Garcia and Morgan Louvier train 150 students a week and present several aerial dance performances a year.   Though relatively new, aerial dancing is a combination of modern dance and static trapeze utilizing silks (a long piece of fabric hanging from anchoring equipment creating […]

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War2In Inspection Training Program Graduating from Moonshot

War2In, the innovative training program that certifies veterans and others in the lucrative field of non-destructive testing (NDT), is graduating from the Moonshot at NACET program this year and relocating to a facility in Bellemont.  War2In – the name is a shortening of “Warrior To Inspector” – was the first Moonshot client to occupy the […]

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Local Leaders Say Teacher Shortage is Hurting Business

Arizona is facing a significant teacher shortage, according to Expect More Arizona, with more than 2,000 unfilled positions in the past academic year alone. Local business leaders say the lack of teachers is having a detrimental impact in local classrooms and, thus, the workforce.   “In the Flagstaff region, we all want a diverse economy and […]

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