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Paul Lancaster Joins Flagstaff Business News

Paul Lancaster joins Flagstaff Business News as an account executive.  Many people know him from his time at KZGL, The Eagle, where he worked tirelessly to serve the community.  Paul has also worked at other radio stations in Flagstaff and in Tucson and Los Angeles.  His unique background in communications and internet marketing will help […]

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Businesses Weigh In on Snowmaking

It is high time to get snowmaking underway at Arizona Snowbowl near Flagstaff. That’s the opinion of 20-year Flagstaff resident, Allan Wolfenberger. As manager for Flagstaff Quickstop, he sells supplies to customers on their way to the slopes. “I think that snowmaking would make local business income more consistent, as op- posed to the up […]

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Beer Lovers Choose Cans and Keep Microbreweries Hopping

    The  original concept about beers in cans was ‘cheap, watered-down rice beer,’ right?” said Grand Canyon Brewing Company owner John Peasley, smiling in his Williams, Ariz. brewery. “Colorado beer manufacturer Oskar Blues turned that around; those guys only do cans.” Award-winning Oskar Blue revolutionized the microbrewery world by canning handcrafted beers in back […]

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Rural Williams May See Renewable Energy Project

  Plans for a wind farm near Williams are moving forward with an agreement between NextEra Energy Resources and Arizona Public Service.   “We signed a long-term power purchase lease with NextEra Energy Resources on July 22,” said Steve Gotfried, spokesman for Arizona Public Service. “What will come next will be development and building the […]

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Foreclosure Intervention Options for Troubled Borrowers

When President Barack Obama announced help for struggling homeowners in April 2009, millions of homeowners facing foreclosure or payment resets breathed a collective sigh of relief. What most of them didn’t expect was how much time, effort and paperwork would be involved, and how difficult it would be to qualify for many government assistance programs. […]

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Recovering From Tornado Damage

  The Bellemont business severely affected by tornadoes is working on repairs and supporting families whose homes were also damaged. On Wednesday, several tornadoes touched down in Bellemont just west of Flagstaff, overturning railway cars and semi-trucks, and tearing off portions of buildings including multiple residences. Camping World, a newly established business is Bellemont, sustained […]

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Reviving Flagstaff Properties

By April Laliberte.   I stand with Jeff Maurer inside of the building affectionately known as “The Pike” in southside Flagstaff, sipping a hot Americano. We discuss the original floorboards and exposed beams in the ceiling with enthusiasm. This building has a history of being a grocery store, apartments, and a distillery in the basement. […]

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Book Stores Bracing For Industry Changes

     The community is eagerly awaiting the reopening of Bookman’s after the roof collapsed from heavy snow in January, destroying most of its inventory.   “We are steadily at work,” reported the manager, Andrew Shkolnik, who said the popular store and gathering place should reopen in November or December. He said they just got […]

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