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City Council Scheduled to Vote on Water for Snowmaking

Flagstaff City Council is set to vote on the sale of water for Arizona Snowbowl’s snowmaking plan August 30th.   Early last month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Coconino National Forest released the permit authorizing the Arizona Snowbowl to move forward with upgrade plans.  In late July, Flagstaff’s Water Commission voted to recommend the […]

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Local Businesses Embracing Technology

When Mike Cohan was relocating from San Diego to Pittman Valley near Williams, he turned to Ward Bailey for help. As the owner of Construction Service Associates, Cohan and his wife, Leslie, needed to stay connected. Bailey’s company, Celestial Satellites, LLC, got the newcomers hooked up to the Internet and DishNet TV. The Cohans live […]

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Outpouring of Support for Firefighting Efforts

    When wildfires began around Flagstaff last month, local residents and businesses dropped everything and pitched in to help. The United Way of Northern Arizona served as a go-to place for donations and saw an outpouring of support. Food and drinks were the most popular offerings for the more than 900 firefighters. Some restaurant […]

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Looking Good – Recession Resistant

     Tucked just off Old Route 66 in downtown Flagstaff is a new business, smelling of fresh paint and profes- sional hair products. McSweeny is a salon, located near Mama Burger and Just Wireless. Longtime hairdressers Don McKenzie and Marc Potter just opened the salon, moving from The Shop, another hair establishment in the […]

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Help Coming For the Trailing Spouse

  Longtime residents of Flagstaff are familiar with the trailing spouse dilemma: one partner lands a good job and the other struggles to find employment in his/her field. It is a problem for employ- ers when their top choice for a job vacancy turns the position down or when turnover is high because employees’ loved […]

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Local Businesses Working With Nonprofits

Flagstaff’s largest private employer, W.L. Gore and Associates, Inc., is setting an example of philanthropy with several programs in place that provide opportunities for employees to give back to the community. The Gore Volunteer Time Program allows employees to take eight hours of paid time each year to work for local non-profits. And when a […]

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