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County Plan Being Updated

The Coconino County Planning and Zoning Commission will hear the 2015 Comprehensive Plan Update at its next meeting, which will be held at 5:30 p.m., July 29, 2015 in the meeting room on the first floor of the Coconino County Administration Building at 219 E. Cherry in Flagstaff. The County has been working on updates […]

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Creating the Perfect Garden Ambiance for You

Your garden is coming into full bloom. You’ve weeded, planted, watered and nurtured, and your reward is a beautiful oasis. Now it’s time to accessorize and create a complete garden environment that is uniquely yours. With a few additional plants, accents or fixtures, you can create a garden ambiance perfect for enjoying solo when you […]

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Regina Picciuto

What is Dermaplaning?

Dermaplaning is a physical exfoliation that utilizes a specialized instrument designed to scrape away accumulated dead skin cells and vellous hair. It is a comfortable, relaxing procedure that can be combined with other services to improve their efficacy.   The benefits of dermaplaning are immediate. It will improve skin tone, texture and appearance while removing […]

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Commercial Real Estate Trends in Arizona

LoopNet reported that for the state of Arizona, commercial office space remained on the market for an average of 190 days in the third quarter of 2012, compared to 140 days in the third quarter of 2013. This average jumped to 230 days in the third quarter of 2014. Many analysts believe that long durations […]

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Ed Gussio 2

Affordable Care Act: An Update from a Local Perspective

Now that the Supreme Court has upheld the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), what does this mean for you and your business? Arizona is one of 37 states that chose not to operate its own insurance marketplace. The recent ruling would have had dramatic consequences, had the court ruled that subsidies are […]

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Do you have Staph?

Recently, there has been a lot of national attention centered on outbreaks of MRSA (methicillin resistant staph aureus) and staphylococcal infections involving football players, schools and the general public. For dermatologists, at least one patient in our clinic per day has had some issue with staph (pronounced “staff”), whether it’s a patient with recurrent folliculitis, […]

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AWD Turns 40

  Some things are built to last. Law firms are not frequently among them. Why not? Just consider the last situation when you spent time with your lawyer. You were probably in the midst of a transaction or dispute that you couldn’t handle on your own, and the outcome of which could make a big […]

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Mickie Toutant

Occupational Therapy: What’s in a name?

You may think “occupational therapy” is related to your job or career. After all, we think of “work” when we hear the word “occupation.” However, occupational therapy far exceeds the realm of your job; it is about learning “skills for the job of living.” Think of your life as your occupation. Consider all the activities […]

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Navajo Head Start Begins Education Partnership

Navajo Head Start employees now have a better opportunity to pursue and obtain their college degrees thanks to a partnership established between Navajo Head Start and Navajo Technical University. Navajo Head Start has signed a memorandum of understanding with Navajo Technical University (NTU) to help its teachers obtain their Associate of Science degrees or their […]

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Tevis Reich

Common Legal Tools For Collecting Money You Are Owed

You have sent numerous bills to your client, but have not received payment in return. You have sent letters threatening escalated action with no results. Your phone calls are being ignored. At this point, you can give up and write off the debt, hire a collection agency, hire an attorney or you may wish to […]

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