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Plans, Projects to Improve Skier Experience

Despite another unseasonably mild winter in Flagstaff, Arizona Snowbowl experienced one of its finest seasons ever for both visitation and length of ski season. Officials cite the availability of manmade snow as the primary contributor. With further expansion of these snowmaking efforts, coupled with a strategic marketing plan, further growth is expected in upcoming years. […]

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Flagstaff Arts Council

Fires of Change

September 5 – October 31, 2015 Coconino Center for the Arts Flagstaff Arts Council is pleased to announce Fires of Change, an NEA-funded art exhibition at the Coconino Center for the Arts slated for the fall of 2015. The exhibition will explore, through the eyes of artists, the increase in severity, size and number of […]

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Local Business Models Include Community Involvement

Absolute Bikes rides on a business model that is heavily focused on community involvement. By utilizing their own talents and interests, the people at the popular bike shop leverage the time they spend volunteering into promoting cycling and their store and, at the same time, benefit the Northern Arizona community. “The premise is that we […]

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Luck = Preparation + Opportunity

A good friend and mentor reminds me regularly that luck is where preparation meets opportunity. Luck is one of those things that successful people all seem to have, or that disappointed people say the other guy has. The truth is that luck isn’t the important part. Luck is the outcome, not the cause. It is […]

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NAU Among Top Green Colleges

Princeton Review recently released its annual Guide to Green Colleges, naming Northern Arizona University among the elite 353 schools committed to sustainability. In order to make the list, the schools had to demonstrate they were environmentally aware by proving student life is both healthy and sustainable, employment preparation in the clean-energy of the economy is […]

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Navajo Head Start desperately needing facility upgrades

Navajo Head Start serves roughly 2,200 children across the Navajo Nation. Most head start centers are utilizing facilities that are more than 30 years old. These outdated facilities are falling apart and are unsuitable for effective learning and educational development for children. NHS has recently undergone a restructuring plan to improve and expand early childhood […]

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Tevis Reich

How does Law’s Expiration Affect Tenants?

In 2009, following the wake of a collapsing real estate market, Congress enacted the “Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act” (PTFA). What many people may not know is that this act expired at the end of 2014. If we trust that our lawmakers did not unintentionally allow this law to lapse, then the inference or potential […]

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Coconino Federal Credit Union Celebrating 60 Years

It was May 1955 when 13 educators formed Coconino County School Employees Federal Credit Union with a mission to offer savings accounts and small loans for Coconino County public school employees. This month, Coconino Federal Credit Union celebrates 60 years of community service with 8,252 members of every stripe from all around the world. During […]

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Stroke: Preventable, Treatable and Beatable

Every 40 seconds, someone in America has a stroke. Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States, and the leading cause of adult long-term disability. It can happen to anyone at any time, regardless of race, sex or age. But, annually, more women suffer from strokes than men, and twice as […]

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