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    Enhancing the Journey Along the Arizona Trail

    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) ...

On the Grid with Bonnie Stevens

On The Grid Who Let the Dogs Out?

Who Let the Dogs Out?   Dog Haus owner Bill Unkovich is loading up some of Flagstaff’s favorite dogs and taking them to parks, parties and community events. Hear more about the mobile expansion of the Route 66 hot dog stand as Unkovich joins On the Grid Host Bonnie Stevens in this podcast, sponsored by […]

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Lowell Obsv

Lowell Observatory Hosts Lunar Legacy Celebration on July 20

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, Lowell Observatory will host a Lunar Legacy celebration on July 20, with activities running from 10 am until close at 10 pm (lowell.edu/apollo). This event is part of an 18-month-long, community-wide effort celebrating Flagstaff’s scientific role in preparing for the Apollo missions to […]

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art gallery aspen place

Lunar Legacy Block Party

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 […]

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Sanderson

Flying High

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 […]

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Heather Cunningham

Keeping the Northland Floored

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 […]

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Tutwiler

Helping Businesses Bridge the Digital Divide

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 […]

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