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Weather Radios Urged for Schultz Flood Residents

As recent rain events have shown, a little rain can go a long way in Timberline and other Coconino County neighborhoods affected last year by the Schultz Flood. That’s why the County is offering a free NOAA weather alert radio to residents in areas prone to flooding. The NOAA weather alert radio emits an alert signal […]

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Technology 101

July 19th  Cutting Through the Technology Hype- Presented by Bret Carpenter of Orig’native.  The presentation will be held at Pizza Furiosa at 6:00 p.m.  Carpenter will take a sensible approach to deciphering all the incoming messages about The Cloud, Tablets, iPads, Mobility, etc.  More information is available at www.FlagTechTalk.com  or 928)526-6991

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Rejoicing in Summertime

I love Flagstaff in every season, but there is just something about summertime that makes our mountain town come to life. Not a day goes by where there isn’t an opportunity to get outdoors, attend a great event, and enjoy the warm days and cool nights. From Movies on the Square to the cultural festivals […]

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Officials Addressing State’s Post-Fire Flooding Threats

Those familiar with the emergency lifecycle know that a wildfire response does not end with 100 percent containment. The only thing that changes is the mission. The Arizona Division of Emergency Management (ADEM) yesterday convened tribal, federal and state agencies to discuss potential post-fire flooding threats in communities impacted by the Wallow, Horseshoe Two and […]

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Clips of Faith to Benefit Flagstaff Biking

New Belgium Brewing, maker of Fat Tire Amber Ale, is bringing its Clips of Faith beer and film tour back to Flagstaff, Friday, July 8.  Some of the event’s proceeds will benefit flagstaffbiking.org This is the second year for Clips of Faith, a festival that will travel to 18 cities this summer and fall, showcasing […]

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Preparing for Wildfire Season

Last year, after experiencing one of the snowiest winters on record, we experienced three serious wildfires in our area. The first, Eagle Rock, burned north of Parks for several days in mid-June, eventually burning over 3,000 acres and requiring the commitment of hundreds of firefighters to suppress. Then, even as this fire continued, the Hardy […]

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Caring for the Caregiver

Family Caregivers aren’t alone. An estimated 44 million Americans regularly care for an elderly relative or friend, with estimates that as much as 75 percent or more of elder care is provided by informal caregivers. Many caregivers shoulder the responsibility as if they were alone, often not asking for help. As a consequence, they suffer […]

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FBN Writer Wins Another Award

The North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) today announced that Stacey Wittig of Flagstaff, AZ won a bronze award in the 2010 annual awards competition in the “Byline Travel Column – Less than 250,000 Circulation” category. The competition, now in its 19th year, honors the “best of the best” in travel writing, photography and promotion […]

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