As summer draws to an end and the fall months begin to emerge, Flagstaff’s LEAF-ometer answers the question asked time and again: What color are the fall leaves? To experience the season at its most exhilarating, use the Discover Flagstaff LEAF-ometer to find the best places to see fall colors and … [Read more...] about Best Five Places to See Flagstaff’s Fall Colors
Health First Foundation Northern Arizona is dedicated to raising funds and distributing them to advance community health and well-being throughout the region. The foundation evaluates health needs in our communities and brings together donors and community collaborators to support initiatives that … [Read more...] about Improving Regionwide Health Helps Create Vibrant Communities
About 40 years ago, a new illness appeared, and because it was spreading like wildfire through the male gay community, it was dubbed the “gay cancer.” As the pandemic took life after life, the medical/scientific communities fought to understand it and how to stop it. After countless hours of … [Read more...] about Are People with HIV More at Risk for COVID?
With the financial challenges and uncertainty we all endured over the last year and a half, it is no surprise that many of us have received notice that our clients or customers have filed for bankruptcy. There are very strict rules on what you may do when a client or customer, or any person or … [Read more...] about What Happens When a Client or Customer Files for Bankruptcy ?
Flagstaff Pulliam Airport is slated to receive an additional $7,467,240 over the next five years to make repairs and upgrades once the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act becomes law. The legislation has been led by Arizona’s senior U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema, chair of the Senate Aviation … [Read more...] about Millions for Flagstaff Pulliam Airport Included in Infrastructure Bill
In her experience growing up, and even during her career, Martha Mayhood Mertz wondered why women that she considered to be skilled and inspirational did not commonly rise to the ranks of leadership. Thus, she figured, if women’s strengths were publicly recognized, they could no longer be … [Read more...] about Prescott-Area ATHENA Recipient to be Honored
For more than two years, Alexandra Wolf, a popular Flagstaff hairdresser, had been wondering why her left leg hurt so much. On June 19, 2019, at age 33, she found out: She was diagnosed with a cancer called leiomyosarcoma. “Sarcomas are extremely rare cancers, making up less than 1% of cancer … [Read more...] about Taking the Next Brave Step
Working at Timberline Firearms, we see a lot of interpersonal dynamics and we get a lot of great questions. Here are some of the questions and comments we hear and overhear at the gun store. 1) I’d like to buy my wife a small firearm because she has small hands. What do you recommend to make it … [Read more...] about Responses for Common Questions, Comments Heard at Timberline Firearms
When you think of a dog toy, what comes to mind? Is it a tennis ball, a squeaky toy shaped like some other animal, or a simple rope? There is no doubt that pet retailers have plenty of options. In my experience, it doesn’t take much to entertain my dog – a football with a squeaker in the middle … [Read more...] about Animal Enrichment: Rethinking Pet Toys
At the height of the coronavirus pandemic, Navajo Nation Shopping Centers, Inc. (Shopping Centers) was proactive in preserving families and businesses, providing essential supplies and rent relief. Through public and private community partnerships, they were able to help hundreds of families and … [Read more...] about Navajo Enterprise Embraces Family, Business with Inventive Relief