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Orpheum Presenting Dar Williams and Joan Osborne

The Orpheum Theater presents an evening with Dar Williams and Joan Osborne Wednesday, September 21, 2011. Dar Williams and Joan Osborne, two of the most acclaimed female recording artists of the last two decades, are joining forces for a two-week co-headlining tour this fall. Although they both played the inaugural Lilith Fair tour in 1997 and […]

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Co-Working at NACET

Aug. 5th, 10th, and 26th.  Back by popular demand, NACET is offering a co-work program for those who are currently working out of a home office, or need a change of scenery from a normal work space. This co-work space will be a shared workspace in the NACET conference room with multiple work areas. Amenities will include wireless internet, access to […]

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Understanding Search Engine Optimization

Aug. 16th at 6:00 p.m. Having a website doesn’t mean anyone is ever going to find it! One of the most important things you can do to make your internet presence work for you is to have your site prepared correctly for the search engines. This discussion will look at lots of techniques to make […]

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NAU Supporting First-Year Learning Initiative

A national wakeup call and a culture shift in higher education form the backdrop for a new Northern Arizona University initiative that seeks to boost the effectiveness of first-year courses. Professor Michelle Miller, incoming chair of psychology and a prominent voice in course redesign, is playing a central role in NAU’s First-Year Learning Initiative, which […]

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Traditional Roofing was started about a decade ago by Matt Behmer.  Despite challenges related to the recession, Behmer’s company has experienced success in part because of a strong work ethic.  Traditional Roofing has also been supported by local contractors who are committed to using Flagstaff businesses.  Traditional Roofing has been working on some high profile […]

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National Chains Employing Local Contractors

Local contractors have not been overlooked by national chains. In fact, qualified Northern Arizona construction companies are doing business all over the state and throughout the United States for nationally recognized companies. Bed, Bath & Beyond, PETCO, TJ Max, Wal-Mart, IHOP and KFC are just a few of the national chains that prefer Northern Arizona […]

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U of A President to Head Fiesta Bowl

Dr. Robert Shelton Resigns as UA President to Lead Fiesta Bowl The Fiesta Bowl is looking to the former university president to aid in repairing its tattered reputation.  Shelton, who is a physicist by training, has been U of A President for nearly five years. Governor Jan Brewer’s statement’s on Shelton’s appointment:  “I would like […]

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County Employee Workforce Practitioner of the Year

Coconino County Career Center Director Carol Curtis is being recognized with the Workforce Practitioner of the Year award from the Arizona Association for Economic Development (AAED).  Curtis was honored by the AAED at their annual conference in Prescott, Arizona. Curtis has worked for Coconino County for 26 years, with 17 of those years as the […]

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