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Flagstaff Airport Temporarily Closing

The Flagstaff Airport will be closing the runway Sunday evening from (8:00 p.m.) June 11th through Monday morning at 4:00 a.m. June 19th for asphalt repairs. During this time frame there will not be air service available out of Flagstaff. We do thank you for your patience during this necessary closure, and for choosing to […]

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Public Invited to Flagstaff Art Exhibition at CCA

Opening in the new Hidden Light Gallery in the Coconino Center for the Arts, the Flagstaff Arts Council presents David Christiana’s exhibition of egg tempera paintings, all on 16” x 20” panels, titled Ecstasies and Homilies. Though each piece carries a title referencing ecstatic events, holy days or rituals from Christian traditions, the artist is […]

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Free Tax Seminar Planned for March 6th

Absolute Tax & Financial Solutions is hosting a Free Business Tax Seminar covering many subjects meaningful to business owners and their bookkeepers. Among the seminar subjects are determination of fair and reasonable member wages, appropriate business deductions, proper bookkeeping practices and important federal and state deadlines. The seminar is scheduled for 5 p.m., Monday, March […]

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Pinecone Weatherford

Ringing in the New Year Flagstaff Style

The New Year brings the promise of a fresh start, renewed optimism, and reinvigorated hopes and dreams. To ring in 2016 in style, the Weatherford Hotel is offering “A Night to Remember” in the elegance of the Zane Grey Ballroom and wrap-around balconies. Doors open for the formal gala at 8 p.m., with the celebration […]

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Nordic Center Yurt

Nordic Center Opening Friday

As the snow is coming down in Arizona’s Northland, Nordic Center crews are preparing the 30 miles of trails for holiday outdoor fun. The ski area is set to be open every day for snow sports from Friday, Dec. 18 through Sunday, Jan. 3, offering cross-country skiing, snow biking, skate skiing and snowshoeing. At 8,000 […]

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Alan Chan

Are Auto Incentives Meant to Confuse?

  As the auto industry reaches record highs in sales, the competition among manufacturers and dealers is also at a record high. Each segment of the market is reaching for a greater share of the business, which leads to more marketing creativity among the manufacturers and more competition among dealers. This creates more complexity and […]

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