This 40-year-old family-owned Flagstaff business is ringing in the New Year with a big change. Long-time owners, Mike and Kathie Knapp, have just sold their beloved business. The Lite Company has always been local Flagstaff family owned and operated and it was important to us to make sure it stayed that way! On January 2, […]
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Attendance is flying high at Momentum Aerial dance studio, where co-owners Joanie Garcia and Morgan Louvier train 150 students a week and present several aerial dance performances a year. Though relatively new, aerial dancing is a combination of modern dance and static trapeze utilizing silks (a long piece of fabric hanging from anchoring equipment creating […]
War2In, the innovative training program that certifies veterans and others in the lucrative field of non-destructive testing (NDT), is graduating from the Moonshot at NACET program this year and relocating to a facility in Bellemont. War2In – the name is a shortening of “Warrior To Inspector” – was the first Moonshot client to occupy the […]
Results of the Vacasa Vacation Report, which just ranked the Top 10 hottest places in America to buy a winter vacation home, put Flagstaff at No. 8. According to Vacasa, an international vacation property management firm, conditions are right for investing. And winter is a good time to start looking, said Thaddeus Hanscom, Vacasa real […]
Arizona is facing a significant teacher shortage, according to Expect More Arizona, with more than 2,000 unfilled positions in the past academic year alone. Local business leaders say the lack of teachers is having a detrimental impact in local classrooms and, thus, the workforce. “In the Flagstaff region, we all want a diverse economy and […]
Picking up trash along the highway and volunteering at the Flagstaff Family Food Center are not your conventional ways of teaching Taekwondo, but for Mechelle Felsted, a fifth-degree black belt, master instructor and owner of Academy of the Martial Way, it is part of the experience. “When we go to the soup kitchen, we prepare food, clean shop and the floors. We do […]
A half-century ago, engineers came to Northern Arizona to test a personal flying device called a rocket belt for possible use to explore the Moon. Now, Flagstaff engineer/entrepreneur Jim Corning is leading an effort to design and build a modern personal craft that could result in a $1 million prize from a competition sponsored by […]