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Dylan Kennedy

Exploring Five Real Estate Myths

We have all heard the sage words “buy low, sell high” and as an investment axiom, this one is pretty hard to beat. However, in real estate there are some tightly held beliefs that are almost as widely accepted but in most cases, just not true. Below are a few of the most common of […]

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McCullough Insurance Honors One Hundred Years Serving Northern Arizona

In 1919, T.E. McCullough opened his insurance business in the building that now houses Babbitt’s Backcountry Outfitters on the corner of Aspen Avenue and San Francisco Street. Fast-forward a century, McCullough Insurance, also known now as NFP Flagstaff, continues to serve the community. In honor of its 100th anniversary, the family business is hosting the […]

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Dr. Rita Cheng

Repurposing Wood Chips for Renewable Energy, Economic Opportunity

There has been much coverage in the news recently about a Northern Arizona University pilot program that has resulted in the shipping of wood chips from Northern Arizona’s ponderosa pine forests to South Korea for use as renewable energy. NAU’s Ecological Restoration Institute has been working with Coconino County, the Arizona Department of Emergency and […]

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Understanding the Danger of Rat Poison Around Pets

The thought of having wild rats in your house may be disturbing, but before you rush out to buy rat poison, there is some information you should know about what you are bringing into your home. Rat poison has been the cause of death of many pets because owners did not know what to watch […]

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Learning Lessons from the Gym

One of my passions is bodybuilding, and I make it a priority to make healthy choices. I go to the gym on a regular basis and eat a healthy diet – as long as you don’t count my bacon cheeseburgers and chocolate milkshakes at Five Guys. As an investment advisor and bodybuilder, I see many […]

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On the Grid with Bonnie Stevens

On the Grid: Training Astronauts in Flagstaff for Moon, Mars Missions

Training Astronauts in Flagstaff for Moon, Mars Missions History is repeating itself as the latest space exploration candidates are following in the Apollo astronauts’ footsteps across Northern Arizona. USGS research geologist Lauren Edgar, Ph.D., is training the astronauts in geology on the same rocky terrain around Flagstaff–such as the San Francisco Volcanic Field, Babbitt Ranches […]

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Mosquitoes Test positive for West Nile Virus

Coconino County Health and Human Services (CCHHS) officials found mosquitoes that tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV) in an area south of Lake Mary Road in Flagstaff. This is the first positive WNV in mosquitoes in Coconino County this year. No human cases have been reported in Coconino County since 2010 when two human […]

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Training the Next

The searing flash of flames, the ground-shaking vibration, the deafening roar of engines – witnessing a space shuttle launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, is not something easily forgotten by most, but for Lauren Edgar, it was life altering. The then-second grader, who came to visit her grandmother in Florida, left her vacation with more than […]

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