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    ‘World’s Best Spring Break’ Sets Snowbowl Record

    Arizona Snowbowl’s “World’s Best Spring Break” campaign has resulted in 30 percent more visitation last month than in 2018’s previous record-setting March. Managers say the ...

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How to Find your Homebuying Dream Team 

Whether you’re preparing to buy your very first home or purchase land and build your dream home, navigating the homebuying process can be complex and challenging. It’s important to have a trusted financial partner on your side throughout the process, one who is equipped to help you from application to closing and beyond.  In many […]

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Calhoun

Preventing Indoor, Outdoor Flea and Tick Infestations 

Fleas and ticks are a nuisance to pets as well as their owners. However, most people do not realize what a large threat they pose. Luckily, they are easy to repel with a monthly preventative that also protects your pet against common intestinal parasites that may be transmitted by fleas.  Flea bites may cause Flea […]

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Hello Spring! Hello Allergies! 

We all look forward to spring, with the warming days, the increased daylight, the daffodils and crocuses, the tulips blooming and the trees budding. It’s beautiful, isn’t it? That is, unless you suffer from seasonal allergies.  Seasonal allergy symptoms include sneezing, itchy and runny nose, and nasal stuffiness. Other symptoms include itching to the throat […]

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Karon LynnAudio

Exploring New Hearing Aid Technology

A new technology in the hearing aid industry is remote adjustment to the hearing aid. This reduces the number of trips back to the office to have fine tuning completed. An appointment is made with your audiologist to be seen remotely at your house or office. It has been an interesting option to implement during […]

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On the Grid with Bonnie Stevens

On the Grid Podcast – Preventing Second Strokes

Preventing Second Strokes Strokes are often associated with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking and diabetes, but researchers and doctors have been concerned about the number of young, healthy people who are having strokes. In some cases, these are caused by blood clots traveling through a hole in the heart that block blood flow to […]

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Rosales

Today’s Podiatrist: Operate Like a DPM  

As a foot and ankle expert, today’s podiatrist is in a unique position to provide surgical intervention or conservative care to treat foot and ankle conditions. Simply put, no condition is too big or too small and no treatment is too complex for today’s podiatrist.  So, what does the phrase “Operate Like a DPM” mean […]

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Whitney

Preparing Businesses, Residents, Visitors for Wildfire Season 

The Coconino County Board of Supervisors has identified the threat of catastrophic wildfire and post-wildfire flooding as the number one safety threat in the county. As we approach the fire season, being prepared for the threat of wildfire, despite the above normal winter precipitation, is always a vital step for people in Coconino County.  As […]

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