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Charter Air Passenger Service Pending in Prescott

If two Prescott entrepreneurs fulfill their lofty ambition, they will soon be flying high – literally and figuratively – from Ernest A. Love Field in Prescott to destinations in 13 communities in three states. The two – Henry Gellerman, a semi-retired film, TV and financial manager; and Paul Zawadzki, a 737 airline pilot with more […]

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NAU President Emeritus Dr. Eugene Hughes receives CCC Distinguished Service Award

Northern Arizona University President Emeritus Dr. Eugene Hughes has been selected as the 2016 recipient of the prestigious Distinguished Service Award at Coconino Community College. “Dr. Hughes’ strong sense of service to the community and his steadfast belief in the power of education encouraged the founding of CCC and helped make the College what it […]

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Largest Forest Stewardship Contract Awarded

Today, the Forest Service selected its contractor for the largest stewardship contract in the agency’s history.  The contract will result in 300,000 acres of restoration-based thinning over 10 years, improving forest health, reducing the risk from wildfire to communities, creating jobs, and improving local economies.   This contract represents the culmination of many years of […]

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Earth Day 2012: Green Parks Sustainability

National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis today released the Green Parks Plan to focus the bureau on sustainable management of national parks and key environmental issues ranging from reducing energy and water consumption to limiting waste to lowering emissions of greenhouse gases. “The Green Parks Plan is a comprehensive approach to sustainability that will reduce the […]

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Sale of Plastic Water Bottles Banned in Canyon

Grand Canyon National Park is eliminating the in-park sale of water packaged in individual disposable containers within 30 days under a plan approved today by National Park Service (NPS) Intermountain Regional (IMR) Director John Wessels. Free water stations are available throughout the park to allow visitors to fill reusable water bottles. The park’s plan calls […]

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Art Babbott Running Board of Supervisors

 Art Babbott has declared his candidacy for District 1 Coconino County Board of Supervisors and officially resigned from the Flagstaff City Council. “I look forward to sharing my vision for an innovative, vibrant and sustaining future with District 1 residents.  Listening to citizen’s perspectives and priorities is a critical part of formulating good public policy […]

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Post Office Adjusting to Changing Needs

While it is the busiest time of year for the U.S. Postal Service, the federal agency continues to lose money.  Next month, the U.S. Postal Regulatory Commission plans to review 3,653 post offices for possible closure.  Those potential closures could significantly change postal service in the United States.   Beginning January 22, 2012, the cost […]

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Matt Ryan Testifying in Washington D.C.

Hoping to gain federal support to allow several Coconino County residents to retain property they’ve lived on for years, County District 3 Supervisor Matt Ryan testified before the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee on Friday morning. Supervisor Ryan urged members of the Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands to approve H.R. 1038. The […]

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