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Preserving El Pueblo and Code Talker History 

When Jacquie Kellogg of West USA Realty sold the recently demolished Wonderful Hotel, she had no idea that sale would stir her passion for historic buildings in Flagstaff. Soon after, the owner of El Pueblo Motor Inn called her to ask if she would serve as listing agent for the motel. It was then she learned […]

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Glamping

Glamping: Communing with Nature in Comfort 

Visitors coming to Northern Arizona to experience the Great Outdoors are leaving their tents at home. They have discovered “glamping” and are connecting with nature without sacrificing creature comforts. The term glamping is a combination of the words ‘glamorous’ and ‘camping’ and is a popular way to experience outdoor adventure. Ever since the term was […]

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Twin Arrows Deploys Arizona First Security Robot

The next time you visit Twin Arrows Casino Resort, you may meet “K5” patrolling the Twin Arrows parking lot. Looking and sounding a bit like R2-D2, the Star Wars character, the Knightscope K5 is a 398-pound autonomous robot that provides a commanding, but friendly, physical presence. The security robot, the first in Arizona, acts as […]

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Dark Skies

Protecting Flagstaff’s Dark Skies around Naval Observatory

Civilization is creeping up on the U.S. Naval Observatory. At risk, said USNO Director Dr. Paul Shankland, is its dark sky status, which is important to astronomers and astrophysicists, and to national security. “In a general sense, we are responsible for the celestial reference frame,” he said, which is a catalog of about a billion […]

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Loven Contracting Recognized for Exceeding Safety Standards

Mike Loven, founder of one of the largest construction companies in Northern Arizona, has recently received one of the most valued safety awards in the Southwest. Loven Contracting was recognized by the Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Star Award, a very high safety standard earned through the Arizona Industrial Commission and OSHA. “This is very significant for us,” said Loven, who started the […]

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Celebrating Northern Arizona’s Lunar Legacy  

July 20, 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the first manned mission to the Moon. Well before Neil Armstrong made his giant leap on that day, he and his fellow space travelers took a whole slew of small steps right here in Northern Arizona, where they honed their scientific skills at a variety of locations […]

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Buck Wild

Humming Along the Rim with Buck Wild  

Humvees have joined helicopters, airplanes, river rafts and mules as another interesting way to explore the Grand Canyon.  Known as the oldest and largest sightseeing company in the world, Papillon Group is extending its services to include Buck Wild Hummer Tours with custom built Humvee excursions.     After 50 plus years of serving the Grand Canyon, […]

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Tailored Tutoring

Tailored Tutoring Changing the Instruction Model

A local entrepreneur is taking the time-honored practice of tutoring back to school with an application that streamlines the process of finding a private instructor and uses a mix of in-person and video services to make tutoring more convenient and affordable for college students.   Rob Lokken, a recent Northern Arizona University graduate with a degree […]

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