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Mayor Evans—Funding Road Maintenance

Here in Arizona, the state leverages a gasoline tax and collects fees when we register our cars. These monies are deposited into a fund known as the Highway User Revenue Fund (HURF). By state statute, 49.5 percent of those funds are to be distributed to towns, cities and counties for road maintenance. However, the state […]

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Give a Slice of Flagstaff this Holiday Season

When people ask where you live and you tell them “Flagstaff” or “Northern Arizona,” how often have you heard in response, “Oh, you’re livin’ the dream!” So many of our friends and relatives who don’t live in Northern Arizona are envious of our lives here in the High Country. Those are the folks who would […]

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A Moment in Flagstaff History

One of the joys of a building that reaches back to Flagstaff’s earliest beginnings is uncovering pieces of the past. Once in a while, a guest enters the historic Weatherford Hotel with an old photograph and a story that transports us to the Old West. Jeff Dumas visited recently with this picture from the year […]

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Video Team Showcasing Flagstaff

They are aiming for a young, video-savvy audience. The team of three at 4 Flag TV wants to entertain, educate and shine the spotlight on what is going on in the community. They produce three-minute video features about activities in and around Flagstaff and some commercials for local businesses that seem more like features than […]

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Flagstaff Ranked Sixth Least Stressful City

It appears the country is finding out what Flagstaff and Arizona residents have known for a long time: Flagstaff is a great place to live and visit. And, fortunately for those who live in Flagstaff, stress is less of a factor, according to, than almost all other cities in the United States. To find […]

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Field of Dreams

On a quiet Saturday afternoon in a secluded pocket of open land in Picture Canyon, a light breeze began picking up strength as the afternoon progressed, sending in banks of dark gray clouds from the Southwest. On a fenced piece of land, a group of younger workers leaned low over shovels and concentrated intently on […]

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Preparing for New Hotel in the Heart of Flagstaff

Across from Wheeler Park in the heart of historic downtown Flagstaff, a team with heavy earth-moving equipment made short work this spring of demolishing three non-historic buildings. By mid-April, a huge gap in the urban landscape had developed, consisting of multiple parcels, including a half block north and a quarter of a block south of […]

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Tusayan Feeling Left Out of Flagstaff Discussion

A recent resolution by the Flagstaff City Council opposing Tusayan’s plans for development has left Tusayan officials scratching their heads. Tusayan Mayor Greg Bryan and Town Manager Will Wright said they were never invited to participate in the conversations about the resolution, which they found odd since the issue is centered right in their backyard. […]

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