Efforts have aligned to improve the outdoor experience for hikers, bicyclists and equestrians seeking to discover Northern Arizona’s wide-open spaces. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) ...
Six months ago, the idea of picking up a pistol and learning to shoot it made Flagstaff resident Julie Street nervous. Today, Street is so ...
One of Flagstaff’s favorite comfort foods recently became even easier to find. The Route 66 Dog Haus has gone mobile. The trailer addition will offer ...
It is the place where Pluto was discovered, but began out of an obsessive interest in Mars. On May 28, 1894, Percival Lowell arrived in ...
Effective this month, Coconino County consolidates the Public Health Services District, Community Services and the Career Center departments into the Health and Human Services Department. ...
Fifty years ago this month, Neil Armstrong made one giant leap for mankind as the first human to walk on the moon and Aspen Place at the Sawmill is commemorating the occasion with the Lunar Legacy Block Party.As Apollo 11 astronauts first trained in Flagstaff before the moon landing, Aspen Place is celebrating their legacy […]
Leonardo Da Vinci was quoted as saying, “Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the Earth with your eyes turned skywards.” Holding one of the highest pilot certifications, Craig Sanderson spread his wings upward to serve as director of operations for Grand Canyon Scenic Airlines and mayor of the small but bustling town […]
Waterbeds. These were pretty “far out” in the ‘70s. By the late 1980s, one in every four or five mattresses sold in the United States was a waterbed. But almost as fast you could say “Tempur-Pedic,” waterbeds in the ‘90s floated out of sight, man. And this is why your dream job may eventually keep […]
She has survived economic downturns, barroom brawl-type fights in her showroom and 25 years in her male-dominated industry. Heather Cunningham says the experience has made her a strong woman. Cunningham and her husband, Michael, moved to Flagstaff from Akron, Ohio, to be entrepreneurs. They bought a family-owned business, Carpets of Dalton, and then completely overhauled […]
Bridging the digital divide can be a difficult enterprise as technology takes on an increasingly larger role in developing job skills, small business operation and finding meaningful work. Luckily, the Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library is partnering with major companies like Google to help bridge the gap between technical skills and diverse populations. On June […]
Hello, all! I hope everyone is enjoying summer up here in beautiful Northern Arizona. We really do have an abundance of beauty and I hope you all are making time to enjoy it. Get out to the Grand Canyon or down to Oak Creek, go for a hike on the Peaks, or kayak the Verde. […]
OneAZ Credit Union is continuing its long-standing tradition of contributing to Arizona’s economy through new partnerships with Local First Arizona and State Forty Eight, each designed to bring more awareness to the power of keeping money local. “The more dollars staying in the state, the more prosperous our economy becomes. With member-owned credit unions like […]
No doubt, most everyone who travels in Flagstaff and elsewhere around the world has heard of or participated in vacation rentals of privately-owned residences. Of course, renting a room to a tenant is nothing new, but the number of vacation short-term rentals hosted by online providers has surged everywhere, especially in destination locations like Flagstaff. […]