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Loggers Thinning Small Diameter Trees From Equestrian Estates

James Perkins has been a logger for 48 years, but something happened recently that made him recognize that things are changing for the better. His company, Perkins Timber Harvesting, had just finished logging a project on state land next to the residential Equestrian Trails in Flagstaff. “The people who live at Equestrian walk those trails […]

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Countdown on for White Friday

In fewer than 50 days, skiers and snowboarders can rejoice the arrival of winter by hitting the slopes at Arizona Snowbowl. With overnight temperatures already dipping below 32 degrees, Arizona Snowbowl is gearing up to begin its third season with snowmaking. The first projected opening date is November 28 – “White Friday”. The resort’s ability […]

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Good Morning Sedona Networking Breakfast

Dec. 12th, 7:30 – 8:45 a.m. A jam-packed morning of valuable networking as well as outstanding entertainment and important community information highlight this signature quarterly networking event. A complete buffet breakfast is included. The event is held at The Sedona Elks Lodge from 7:30 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. Breakfast buffet and early-bird networking open at […]

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Twin Arrows Casino Named Executive Chef

Derrick Watchman, CEO of The Navajo Gaming Enterprise (Navajo Gaming) is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Hector Vazquez to executive chef for Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort in Northern Arizona. Vazquez will direct the culinary activities of the resort’s five restaurants: Zenith Steakhouse, Four Elements Cafe, Arrows Sports Bar, Indulgence Cafe and the […]

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On Nov. 4, Voters Decide Prop 403

Over the past several months, Coconino County has worked with area stakeholders, businesses, non-profit organizations and residents to outline options and the potentially grim future for the county’s roadway infrastructure. Funding cuts on the federal and state levels, combined with gas tax revenue that has remained stagnant since the mid-1990s, have forced local governments like […]

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Fall into Winter

Temperatures are slowly dropping. Crisp, golden leaves are floating to the ground. Scarves and boots are replacing tank tops and flip-flops. Arizona Snowbowl is thinking snow. With a projected opening date of Nov. 28, Snowbowl is ramping up for winter. Season pass sales are in full swing! Purchase your pass during the preseason sale – […]

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How Subsidies Will be Trued Up in 2015

The annual health care reform open enrollment will be upon us, beginning Nov. 15 and continuing through Feb. 15, 2015. While we do not have all the plans and pricing at this time, we are expecting to see some new “players” in the marketplace, which we hope will offer better options. While we are waiting […]

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Who Runs the City?

I am often asked to do something at City Hall that I am simply not allowed to do. For example, a citizen may have a complaint about the length of time it is taking for a permit and they want me to hurry it along. Or, the building department may be requiring something that the […]

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