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Northern Arizonans Keeping it Fresh

With the New Year upon us, resolutions abound. Topping the list each year is often a health, fitness or weight-loss related goal. For many, meeting this goal means signing up at a gym come January, the busiest month for fitness clubs. Gym memberships have been consistently growing over the past decade, reaching an overall number […]

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Deconstructing a Patent

Jan. 26   11:30 a.m. at NACET. This presentation will focus on describing the importance of the different parts of a patent and explain how to strategically draft a patent application to provide a strong position for prosecution, broad claims that are difficult to design around, and effective support for litigation.  This presentation will also […]

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Arizonans Concerned About Tusayan Developments

For years, Flagstaff and Williams have billed themselves as the gateways to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon – the conduits through which tourists must stop, rest, eat and, most importantly for local businesses, spend money. However, as the tiny town of Tusayan gears up for a big residential and commercial development that will […]

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Flagstaff Pulliam Airport Receiving Grant

Our community has demonstrated an economic need and a desire for direct airline service beyond Phoenix. As a result, we have been awarded an $800,000 grant to help us bring in a second air service or have our current airline provide additional destinations out of Flagstaff. In the two years that Horizon Air served Flagstaff […]

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B of A Granting $10K to Local Agency

BOTHANDS, Inc., a HUD-approved nonprofit counseling agency, today announced it has received a $10,000 grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation. The funds will be used to provide direct housing counseling and education services to local families across northern Arizona. Through ongoing counseling programs BOTHANDS helps first-time homebuyers prepare for homeownership and navigate the […]

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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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New Prison Could Benefit Regional Economy

A renewed proposal to add a 1,000-bed private prison adjacent to the existing state prison facility in Winslow is getting community support at a time when residents of some other cities are coming out against similar proposals. While some people oppose building on the city’s prison economy, many more in the jobs-starved community say that […]

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Group Supporting Uranium Mining Moratorium

Just days before the annual celebration of National Public Lands Day, 50 Arizona business associations and small businesses have sent a letter to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, voicing support for a proposed 20-year moratorium on new uranium mining near Grand Canyon National Park. The state’s national parks, monuments and other public lands they say are […]

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