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Cleantech Open’s Information Session

Apr 25.  1-3p.m.   The Cleantech Open will be holding an information session at NACET.  They invite companies in the cleantech industry to learn more about about the Cleantech Open’s business competition and venture acceleration programs. The Cleantech Open is a non-profit Organization with the mission to find, fund, and foster the big ideas that address […]

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Social Media 101

Apr. 7, 9:30-11:00a.m. Media relations/coaching, blogging and social media seminar presented at NACET.  The first seminar filled up quickly so this second session has been added. Guest speaker Angele Sionna will lead the cover blogging: where to start and what to put in it.   How to get the most out of social media will […]

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Spotlight: Pro Groom

Flagstaff Business News talked with Denise Dean, owner of Pro Groom on N. Center Street. FBN: How did you come to be in this line of work? Dean: I was looking for a job that worked with Animals when I was finishing high school and had thought I would like to be a veterinarian but at that […]

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Governor Gives State of the State Address

      Speaker Adams, President Pearce, Honorable Senators and Representatives of the Centennial Legislature, Chief Justice Berch and Justices of the Supreme Court, constitutional officers, tribal leaders, honored guests, and my fellow Arizonans: I had intended to deliver a State of the State address to you today — remarks that outline an exciting and […]

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Vigil Planned for AZ Rep. Gabrielle Giffords

A Vigil for Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords will be held at 6:00 tonight at the State Capitol.  A similar vigil, also at 6:00 p.m. is planned at Flagstaff City Hall.  Giffords was shot this morning while meeting with constituents outside a Safeway in north Tucson.  She survived today's surgery and is said to be in critical […]

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Arizona Skiers Rejoicing

Arizona Snowbowl near Flagstaff opened today, on Christmas, after this week's snowfall created good conditions.   “The snow came in very wet and heavy; the ideal snow for establishing a base”, states Dave Smith, Snowbowl’s Director of Sales & Marketing.  “We have had crews on the mountain most of the week preparing for this day.  […]

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Legal Victory for Arizona Snowbowl

  Arizona Snowbowl has won yet another legal battle, although the Save the Peaks Coalition is promising to appeal today's decision.  Judge Mary H. Murguia ruled against the plaintiffs, who were claiming the final environmental impact statement by the U.S. Forest Service ignored health issues.   Arizona Snowbowl is planning snowmaking operations at the resort […]

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