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Amazon, NACET Collaboration Offering Businesses Digital Toolkit

Moonshot at NACET, the entrepreneur development program based at the Northern Arizona Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology, is collaborating with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to make Flagstaff the first U.S. city to offer the AWS “CloudStart” program to startup businesses. AWS CloudStart, originally designed to assist entire countries in accelerating digital economies, provides a suite […]

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Buddha Trails

Finding Your Inner ‘Buddha’ Without Letting Your Freak Out

If you have not tried mountain biking lately, technological advances and beefy tires, combined with world-class trails, challenging knobs and hills, stunning views, Southwestern sunsets and colorful characters take this outdoor adventure to a whole new mesa in the red rock country.     The Enchantment Resort, tucked into Boynton Canyon in west Sedona with […]

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Pantry Food Bank

The Pantry Seeking Support from Business Community

The Pantry, an innovative food bank, recently opened its doors in fresh, remodeled space near Fourth Street and Seventh Avenue in Flagstaff. The food bank is different from others in that guests can shop aisles of food just like at a neighborhood grocery store. The new entity is helping clients formerly served by the now […]

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Meats, proper meats

Butcher Shop, Deli Finding New Home in Grand Canyon Café 

The butcher shop, Proper Meats + Provisions, known for its efforts to use locally raised and pastured animals, has moved into the space previously occupied by Grand Canyon Café on historic Route 66.  “It is a much better location for us in terms of space,” said Flagstaff restaurateur Paul Moir. “We had outgrown the southside location […]

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nordic Center

Arizona Nordic Village Preparing for More Visitors, Campers, Events

Arizona Nordic Village managers have been working with the United States Forest Service on an Environmental Impact Study following the approval of the Nordic Village Master Development Plan earlier this year. The five-year plan calls for up to 22 new yurts and cabins, and improvements designed to increase recreation and business opportunities for all seasons. […]

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Ashley Taylor

Runner Taking Lessons from the Track to Help Others

Many students experience a range of highs and lows throughout their collegiate career, and recent Northern Arizona University graduate Ashley Taylor is no exception. A runner on the track and field team, her athletic career was a bit of a roller coaster, lurching from the thrill of early success to the agony of a deflating […]

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