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Maintaining Fireplace Safety

I don’t know about you, but fall always makes me think about my fireplace. I use it a lot during the winter to heat my house, as I’m sure many of you do, too. But as much as I like the efficiency of a fireplace, I also know it can be a dangerous thing if […]

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Good Visibility Important for Halloween Safety

These safety tips are offered by Barnett Dulaney Perkins Eye Center.  On Halloween, an assortment of ballerinas, clowns, ghosts, and other goblins will have their eyes on just one thing—candy. Roaming dimly lit neighborhoods is part of the fun for children in pursuit of treats, but it can also be dangerous.   Trick-or-treaters and parents […]

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Infant CPR and Safety

 May 15 6-8:30 p.m.             Flagstaff Medical Center’s Childbirth Education Department, in partnership with North Country HealthCare and Flagstaff Exchange Club are offering a free American Heart Association Family and Friends Infant CPR and Safety Class. The free class is offered at the North Country HealthCare Learning Center, 2920 N. […]

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Flag Tech Lecture on Internet Safety

Oct. 18  6:00 p.m. Learn some of the most basic ways you can protect yourself on the internet. So many people do things that open themselves up to problems on the web without even knowing it.  Today, there are thousands of websites being hacked, security breaches, computer viruses, email scams, and identity theft that frightens […]

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AZ Snowbowl Wins Another National Safety Award

The National Ski Area Association (NSAA) announced that the Arizona Snowbowl has won the prestigious “Best Overall Safety Award” for ski areas across the nation with less than 250,000 skier visits. This is the third consecutive year the resort has won this award.  Additionally, Snowbowl participated in NSAA’s 12th Annual National Safety Week, which was held […]

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