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Havasupai Hiker Healing After Dangerous Grand Canyon Slip 

A traumatic injury refers to a severe physical injury that occurs suddenly, such as from a vehicle accident or fall, and requires immediate medical attention. These kinds of injuries can range from a single bone fracture to complex injuries, including multiple bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, nerves and/or vascular structures.   A new sub-specialty of surgeons called orthopedic […]

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Second Home Sales

Flagstaff Ranked in Top 10 for Second Home Sales

People buy second homes for many reasons. The second home can be a getaway beach house or a mountain home for enjoyment year-round. Some consider them an investment or a place to spend retirement years in the future. Smart/Asset, a personal finance website, did a study to determine the number of secondary homes sold and […]

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StarlightLanes

Starlite Shining at 60

According to the May 6, 1899 edition of the Coconino Sun, “Flagstaff needs a bowling alley.” Entrepreneurs would heed this advice and over the ensuing decades establish a number of different bowling alleys around Flagstaff. Only one of these – Starlite Lanes – remains today, and 2018 marks its 60th year in operation. Since buying […]

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MuseumStuff

MNA Featuring Colorado Plateau Native Cultures

The world’s largest museum exhibition design firm has called the Museum of Northern Arizona’s approach to the curation of their Native Peoples of the Colorado Plateau renovation “revolutionary.” Ralph Appelbaum Associates design firm, with offices in New York City, London, Beijing, Berlin, Moscow and Dubai, should know. The firm worked closely with MNA and 42 […]

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Gale

Leading Ladies, Women Directors and a Mankiller Take the Stage

Support for women of all ages in film industry power positions was a noticeable theme throughout the 24th Annual Sedona International Film Festival. Producers, directors and actors demonstrated and voiced their encouragement for more women in leadership roles. Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd told the story of Wilma Mankiller, the first female chief of the […]

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Athena Theresa

Governor Requests More Funding for Fire Season

Before an audience of hundreds of Flagstaff-area business people, Governor Doug Ducey announced that he is doubling his funding ask to the state legislature, requesting $2 million for vegetation removal efforts as Arizona approaches a “potentially intense fire season, so we can protect the people, property and pets.” At the Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce […]

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