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Dylan Kennedy

Inciting the Senses When Selling a Home

A realtor’s new listing is much like a child. It needs nurturing, full attention and skill to see it to fruition. Realtors commonly use professional photographers in order to market and portray the property in the best possible light and sellers spend countless hours decluttering and investing sizable sums refurbishing, cleaning and painting, all in […]

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Helping Businesses Bridge the Digital Divide

Bridging the digital divide can be a difficult enterprise as technology takes on an increasingly larger role in developing job skills, small business operation and finding meaningful work. Luckily, the Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library is partnering with major companies like Google to help bridge the gap between technical skills and diverse populations. On June […]

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OneAZ Partners with Local First Arizona and State Forty Eight to Support Local Businesses

OneAZ Credit Union is continuing its long-standing tradition of contributing to Arizona’s economy through new partnerships with Local First Arizona and State Forty Eight, each designed to bring more awareness to the power of keeping money local. “The more dollars staying in the state, the more prosperous our economy becomes. With member-owned credit unions like […]

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Paula Mack

Vacation Rentals in Flagstaff: A Love Story?

No doubt, most everyone who travels in Flagstaff and elsewhere around the world has heard of or participated in vacation rentals of privately-owned residences.  Of course, renting a room to a tenant is nothing new, but the number of vacation short-term rentals hosted by online providers has surged everywhere, especially in destination locations like Flagstaff.  […]

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Turning Sea Days into Highlights of Your Cruise

When talking about a cruise vacation, there are many obvious options to consider, from the ports of call, the trip length, the size of the ship, the on-board inclusions and, of course, the levels of service you’ll experience on board. The one thing that always turns into a big point of discussion for us are […]

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Equipping Educators with Resources for Student Success

The Coconino County Education Service Agency and I, as Coconino County Superintendent of Schools, are excited to welcome family, community and students back to school for the 2019-2020 school year.  The Coconino County Education Service Agency (CCESA) consistently provides educators with high quality professional development opportunities to support exceptional instructional practices in literacy, mathematics and […]

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Preventing Heat Exhaustion in Pets

With summer temperatures in Flagstaff soaring into the 90s, it is crucial to make sure that your pet is cool and comfortable. Your pet’s temperature can rise very quickly in hot weather and heat exhaustion becomes a danger. Once the process of heat exhaustion begins, it progresses rapidly toward heat stroke, which can result in […]

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