Moonshot at NACET, the entrepreneur development program based at the Northern Arizona Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology, is collaborating with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to ...
If you have not tried mountain biking lately, technological advances and beefy tires, combined with world-class trails, challenging knobs and hills, stunning views, Southwestern sunsets ...
The Pantry, an innovative food bank, recently opened its doors in fresh, remodeled space near Fourth Street and Seventh Avenue in Flagstaff. The food bank ...
The butcher shop, Proper Meats + Provisions, known for its efforts to use locally raised and pastured animals, has moved into the space previously occupied ...
Solar energy developer and operator Clēnera and Babbitt Ranches are exploring the feasibility of a 3,500- to 7,000-acre solar farm on the CO Bar Ranch ...
Last month, Northern Arizona University’s faculty and staff from around the state gathered online and on our Flagstaff campus for the 2018 Fall Campus Forum. I enjoy the many ways I get to interact with our Lumberjack family throughout the year, but our Campus Forum is especially valuable. It is a great way to hit […]
In 2017, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that more than 100 million adults in the United States are living with diabetes or prediabetes. More than 30 million Americans – or approximately 10 percent of the population – have diabetes. In 2015, diabetes was the leading cause of death in the U.S. […]
The Coconino County Recorder’s Office is reporting more than 53% voter turnout for the November 2018 election. Adam Shimoni was the top vote getter in the race for Flagstaff City Council, followed by Austin Aslan and Paul Deasy. Regina Salas is within a dozen votes of Deasy, so the outcome is still uncertain, as provisional […]
For most people, speaking in public can be scary, but it doesn’t have to be. Fear of public speaking is all in the mind. Here are some suggestions to work with your mind to ease the fear and deliver a better, more comfortable speech. Before the Talk Know your stuff. It’s much easier to be […]
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness of an issue that affects every community, and a time to commit to doing something to help support and heal victims—especially the youngest victims. While domestic violence is defined as a pattern of behavior that one person in a relationship uses to control […]
What a day,” Pete thought well into the third day of clouds and drizzle, “This can’t be Arizona”. Pete was having a bad week. “People say bad things happen in threes, well the washer won’t work, and the computer is infected, what will be number three?” thought Pete as he approached the mailbox. “What’s this? […]
Hello Flagstaff! Well, fall is here, with its cooler nights and changing leaves. It’s also election season. I want to take a minute to talk about something that gets lost in the clamor and energy of state and national politics: our local ballot initiatives. Down at the bottom of your ballot are a series of […]
Many people say to their audiologist that they are able to hear fine in a quiet room but the minute there is background noise they are not able to hear well. Sometimes it happens while watching a TV program and the background music suddenly gets louder. Difficulty may arise if a conversation is being held […]