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Preparing Businesses, Residents, Visitors for Wildfire Season 

The Coconino County Board of Supervisors has identified the threat of catastrophic wildfire and post-wildfire flooding as the number one safety threat in the county. As we approach the fire season, being prepared for the threat of wildfire, despite the above normal winter precipitation, is always a vital step for people in Coconino County.  As […]

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Using Prolotherapy to Heal Damaged Cartilage, Ligament, Tendons 

Prolotherapy falls under the umbrella of regenerative injections, and the two are used interchangeably. Regenerative injections are intended to heal painful areas in our bodies by generating new, healthy tissue. With regenerative injections, a needle is inserted into the area being treated and a solution is injected to stimulate the healing process.  Throughout our lives, […]

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Improving Health by Hiking, Walking, Being Outdoors  

Summer has arrived and the outdoors is beckoning into the warm sunshine, cool shade, tall pines and scenic trails. Spending time outdoors and in nature can be very enjoyable and relaxing, but did you know spending time outside can also make you happier and healthier? Here are just a few ways hiking is a great […]

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Tharp

Do You Have What it Takes to Be a Volunteer?

Every one of our non-profit organizations relies on volunteers to help maximize their efforts to make our community an even better place to live, and most people realize the value of volunteering at some point in their lives. Retired folks are often the first ones we think of when volunteers are mentioned, but there are […]

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Warners

Planting for Beauty All Season  

Welcome to spring! After the winter we’ve had (goodbye, record-breaking snowstorms) I hope you are all looking forward to beautiful blooms in garden beds and containers that will add so much to your backyards, patios or windowsills.  One of the tricks to having a garden that gives you pleasure all season long is knowing that […]

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Smith

Honoring New Beginnings  

It is the season of mortarboards and robes. The air on campus shimmers with excitement, joy and, maybe, even a little fear of the unknown. Graduation at Coconino Community College is upon us. Our ceremonies – two of them now – are Friday, May 10, beginning at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., at the Lone […]

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MarkLove

Moms Need More Than Flowers for Mother’s Day 

One thing is for sure: you can’t take the mom out of mom! And, being a mom is no easy task. Apart from the needs of children, many mothers take on other responsibilities such as a full-time job (or two). Sometimes, the pressure of motherhood can seem unbearable – regardless of the age of mom and […]

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