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Green Builder Kinney Construction Celebrating 20 Years

Kinney Construction Services, Inc. is celebrating its 20th year as a business. In two decades, the Flagstaff company has grown to employ more than 70 people and has completed over eight LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) projects. Under the leadership of Tim Kinney, a graduate of the College of Engineering at Northern Arizona […]

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Author Becomes a Millionaire While Researching Others

Three years ago, Ann Marie Sabath was teaching a training program for young professionals who had been in their careers for one year. As an international consultant in her business, “At Ease Inc.,” she helps business people climb what she calls “the slippery ladder of success.” On this day, her workshop participants were singled out […]

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Moonshot Mentors Bringing Expertise to Local Startups

One manufactures the next generation of outdoor gear to protect camping and backpacking provisions from being ransacked by rodents, birds and other critters. Another is a band of self-described “renegade recyclers” addressing the problems of plastic waste products. A third is giving the time-honored task of tutoring a facelift with technology. While the products and […]

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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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Ping Pong and Other Camera-Ready Tips

For $16.99, Amazon will sell you a set of four ping pong paddles and six ping pong balls. If you knew that an investment of roughly $17 could make the difference in a lasting impression, would you pay the price? Sometimes, that’s all it takes. In the waterways of the Gulf Islands off Vancouver Island, […]

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Flagstaff’s Craft Brew Scene

Did you that know in 2018, Flagstaff received a commendation by Arizona Governor Ducey recognizing it as a leading Craft Beer City? Flagstaff is home to craft breweries that support key economic development sectors with a commitment to their craft, providing world-class brews both locally and throughout the world. Flagstaff is a craft beer hub […]

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Pre-Med Student Finds Career in Accounting

“I started with an office as big as this desk,” said Christina Talley with a smile. She sat at an expansive executive desk in her corner office that overlooks Flagstaff from San Francisco Street and Dale. Last December, the CPA moved her business, Christina R. Talley CPA PLLC, into the two-story building that the firm […]

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Keeping the Northland Floored

She has survived economic downturns, barroom brawl-type fights in her showroom and 25 years in her male-dominated industry. Heather Cunningham says the experience has made her a strong woman. Cunningham and her husband, Michael, moved to Flagstaff from Akron, Ohio, to be entrepreneurs. They bought a family-owned business, Carpets of Dalton, and then completely overhauled […]

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Keeping Guns Out of the Woods

Six months ago, the idea of picking up a pistol and learning to shoot it made Flagstaff resident Julie Street nervous. Today, Street is so skilled and comfortable with the pistol as her preferred firearm that she has participated in competitive shooting events with the Flagstaff Action Shooters group. It is handy for Street that […]

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