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Archaeology Drawing Tourists and Jobs

Northern Arizona is sprinkled with thousands of prehistoric archaeo- logical sites. Not only does the rich prehistoric legacy bring visitors to the area, but businesses involved in construction must be sensitive to surface and buried relics. When land development was in its heyday, archaeology consulting firms were busy with surface surveys and excavating. “For the […]

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ADOT’s Northern Arizona News

Interstate 17 Drivers may experience delays near Munds Park for the next couple of weeks, as ADOT crews reconstruct bridges and ramps in that area 20 miles south of Flagstaff.  The project includes new pavement and enhanced pedestrian access for Munds Park.  I-17 will be reduced to one lane in each direction for the next […]

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Meeting on Red Rock Pass Changes

Mar.1   Coconino National Forest holding a work session to talk about changes to the Red Rock Pass area at Red Rock High School, 4:00 p.m.  Topics will include recreation fees, and management of the region, visited by millions each year. Ninety-five percent of Red Rock Pass revenue is invested locally to benefit residents and visitors. Natural […]

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Work–The Gift That Keeps Giving

If you missed Seth Godin’s book, Linchpin (Penguin Books), when it was first released last June, there’s still time to make it part of your January list of resolutions. In fact, as our economy hiccups back to life in the new year, and employers realize it is okay to start hiring again, Godin’s book offers […]

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Market Enduring for Traditional Rugs

The RB Burnham Trading Post exists in two worlds. There’s its home in Sanders on the Navajo reservation. Then there’s the outside world, the one that passes through in a trickle of tourists, the one that five generations of Burnhams have greeted, and more recently, traveled out to meet. The trading post started in Dinnebito, […]

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