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Have you visited your doctor for your annual physical? Have you seen your dentist once or twice in the past year? Your financial health is as important as your physical health. To stay healthy, you must monitor your health and be aware of any changes. Your financial health needs to be monitored in the same […]

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Sedona 30 Creates Miracles

Sedona 30 is here to help. “Helping Sedona helps ourselves and makes our community a better place,” said Jody Beeler, the 2013-2014 Sedona 30 president and chairman of the Sedona Miracle in 2009. Serving the Sedona community since 1982, the Sedona 30 was founded by Bill Garland “to work toward the betterment of the Sedona […]

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Sixteen Memorable Days

One of the worst things about the timing of the shutdown of the federal government in Northern Arizona was that it happened at the peak of the fall tourist season when temperatures are mellow, both mountains and canyons are exploding with golden foliage, and the region typically enjoys a surge of visitors. One of the […]

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Refreshed Feet for Health

The holiday season can be an exciting yet chaotic time of year. Spending hours on your feet while shopping, cooking or entertaining can not only cause you to feel exhausted, but can also wreak havoc on your feet. It’s easy to forget about your feet and underestimate their importance. However, feet are the foundation of […]

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New AllianceFlagstaff Banking Center

Alliance Bank of Arizona, the state’s largest locally owned and headquartered bank, broke ground today on a new multimillion-dollar Flagstaff banking center.  Alliance Bank of Arizona President Ed Zito hosted the groundbreaking event with Executive Vice President Sherri Slayton. The event was also attended by Flagstaff Mayor Jerry Nabours and President and CEO of the […]

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Prepare Your Garden Now For Next Summer

  Many people tend to think that once the first frost arrives, gardening tasks are over until spring. No more pulling weeds, hoeing, digging, pruning or watering. The truth is, fall is the best time to prepare your yard for bountiful blooms next season. Although you may have to bundle up while outside in the […]

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The Day of the Raven

The intelligence, cleverness and beauty of ravens will take flight during The Day of the Raven at the Museum of Northern Arizona from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, November 23.   Join artists, authors, naturalists and more as they explore the wily wonder and mythology of these fascinating winged creatures. Poetry, fine art, author […]

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Community College Question Defeated

Coconino Community College’s override initiative was defeated by county voters 55.25% to 44.76 voting in favor of the measure.  The proposed property tax increase would have protected the college’s core missions.  CCC has had its state funding cut during the past decade and has made reductions in offerings.  Further changes and reductions will likely be […]

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DeRosa Receiving International Recognition

  Carl DeRosa, P.T., Ph.D., a physical therapist at DeRosa Physical Therapy, a division of The Summit Center, was invited to present in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, at the Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Back & Pelvic Pain. Dr. DeRosa will speak to hundreds of specialists on Oct. 29, 2013, about the new paradigms of […]

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Localizing Holiday Food – Presentation Tonight

Willow Bend Environmental Education Center is hosting a presentation by two local entrepreneurs Jonathan Netzky and Kevin Ordean.  In partnership with the Coconino County Sustainable Building Program the presentation is on November 7th at 5:30 PM at Willow Bend Environmental Education Center (703 East Sawmill Rd.) Come gather ideas for a more sustainable holiday celebration […]

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