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Driven to Make Customers Happy

Heath Harris, the owner of Heath’s Auto Service in Flagstaff, calls himself a classic overachiever. He may be right. He starts his day five days a week weightlifting. “I do it every morning at 5:00 a.m. to get my whole day in focus. It sets the pace and the intensity,” he said. Then he goes […]

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AmeriCorps Crews Working at Slide Rock State Park

A team of young adults has been working in Northern Arizona, restoring the apple orchard at Slide Rock State Park. Upon arriving from their headquarters in Denver, this AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) team received training to identify which species needed to be removed and instructions for operating machinery such as wood chippers. These […]

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NAU Lands $2.5 M Grant for Garden Array

The National Science Foundation has awarded Northern Arizona University’s College of Engineering, Forestry, and Natural Sciences a four-year, $2.5 million grant to create the Southwest Experimental Garden Array. The garden array will be a system of 10 experimental gardens across northern Arizona that include habitat types from desert to alpine forests. The gardens will be […]

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Volunteers Sought on National Public Lands Day

In celebration of National Public Lands Day and to encourage a shared sense of land stewardship, the Forest Service announces another “fee free day” Saturday, September 24, along with several volunteer events.  Day use fees will be waived at all standard amenity fee sites operated by the Forest Service including the Red Rock Pass. This […]

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Community Remembering 911

The greater Northern Arizona community gathered at Flagstaff City Hall today to commemorate 911.  The National Day of Service events started with an effort led by Northern Arizona University’s Civic Service Institute.  Volunteers from the Institute, Americorps, NAU, and many community members placed 3,035 small flags on the lawn of city hall. At 11:00, community […]

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NAU/Mountainlink Bus Service Bringing New Options

City and university officials are announcing the near completion of the new Mountain Link city bus route that connects the university with nearby residential and retail areas. The high-frequency bus service linking downtown Flagstaff, NAU and Woodlands Village will begin operation on Monday, Aug. 29. View a map of the new route  here  (MAP) “In […]

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More Online Offerings from IRS

The Internal Revenue Service reminds businesses and individuals that there are many services available online.  William Bruson with the Phoenix IRS Media Relations Office, says filing and paying taxes should be as convenient as possible, which is why many services are available online at no charge. They include interactive forms, calculators, IRS Withholding Calculator, online […]

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Snowbowl Construction Progressing Despite Protests

Construction is ongoing this summer along parts of Snowbowl Road, as the Flagstaff area ski resort management works to build infrastructure for snowmaking. The Coconino County Sheriff’s office is reporting the arrests of several people protesting construction at Snowbowl.  On Saturday, three people were arrested for trespass and disorderly conduct. Snowbowl General Manager JR Murray […]

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