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Local Chefs Re-imagining Girl Scout Cookies

Chefs from two of Flagstaff’s restaurants are joining chefs around the state in the Fifth Annual Girl Scout Cookie Dessert Challenge. Silver Pine Restaurant at Little America and Lumberyard Brewing Company are using their know-how to re-imagine Girl Scout cookie flavors into custom desserts. The innovative taste treats are featured on menus from now until […]

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Dog Haus

Iconic Route 66 Dog Haus Still Taking it Easy

If the vibrant colors of the Dog Haus drive-though on East Route 66 in downtown Flagstaff seem friendly and familiar, it may be because they are the colors of ketchup and mustard. They are also the colors of another classic American fast-food empire, Der Wienerschnitzel, founded in 1961 in Los Angeles and specializing in hot […]

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Sun Sounds Turning Up the Volume for Podcasters

Local podcasters have found creative ways to voice their messages. One pair records in a back bedroom inside a blanket fort to get the acoustics right. But now, the Sun Sounds studio is open for rent, offering professional broadcasting equipment. Sun Sounds is a non-profit radio station that helps the blind or other visually impaired […]

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Babbitt Ranches Soaring with Eagles

Efforts are underway to increase the number of golden eagles on Babbitt Ranches in Northern Arizona. Researchers are concerned a drier, warmer climate may be changing the prey base – decreasing the number of small mammals that the eagles eat – and at the same time, increasing populations of harmful insects that can be deadly […]

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Flagstaff Online Convenience Store

On-demand movies and TV shows, on-demand water heaters and on-demand Uber rides have benefited Flagstaff consumers in recent years. But now, Flagstaff consumers have access to a new spin on fast and convenient: on-demand consumables. goPuff, an online convenience store, recently opened a warehouse near Northern Arizona University campus and is delivering consumer packaged goods […]

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Housing Divide Challenging the Region’s Vitality

Amanda and Andrew Atherton will likely be moving away from Flagstaff this summer, primarily because of the area’s cost of living. Married for two years, the couple would love to stay in Flagstaff, but the high cost of rentals makes saving for a home down payment too difficult. Amanda is finishing a graduate degree in […]

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Sharks in Space

Moonshot Hosts First Entrepreneur Pitch Contest Weekend

Sharks … in space. No, we’re not referring to the Sharknado movie where the ferocious fish manage to attack the space shuttle as it orbits around the earth. Nor is it a reference to the many studies done over the years about how the cycles of the moon affect shark attacks. In Flagstaff, Sharks in […]

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New Year, New Car!

Sometimes the most unexpected things happen at the most unexpected moments. Sometimes they are small encounters, sometimes they are so much larger than one could fathom. Some call these moments fate or destiny. Flagstaff resident Meg Adakai calls her unexpected moment a true blessing. Adakai won a new 2018 Toyota Camry, just before her 30th birthday […]

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