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Mountain Line Service Changes

 The Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority (NAIPTA) is adding weekend service on Routes 14 and 10a, as well as making slight schedule changes on Routes 7 and 14 in order to better meet customer demand and keep reliable, on-time performance. Due to the popularity of the service, Route 14 will begin operating seven days […]

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Scientist Fighting Bark Beetles with Fungus

Ips, engraver, mountain pine. There are many different kinds of bark beetles, but together, they’ve chewed through millions of acres across western forests, hitting drought-stressed trees of the Coconino National Forest with a voracious appetite, especially in 2002. And with a drying, warming trend predicted in coming years, scientists say the climate may only become […]

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Buffalo Wild Wings Employee Taking Flight

Carlos Romaniz will tell you Buffalo Wild Wings is a great place to work, but this Prescott Valley 18-year-old could never have imagined he’d also be telling you it’s a great place to launch a career…as a pilot. By all accounts, Romaniz is no ordinary employee. “He’s probably one of the hardest workers I’ve ever […]

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Summit Spas Creating an Escape at Home

Summit Spas & Billiards is the reincarnation of a couple of old-time hot tub stores. First, there was Mountain Home and High Country Styles. Jeff Waldheim, owner of Summit, got his basic training in spas at Mountain Home. “Basically, Mountain Home was a hot tub and game room shop,” Waldheim said. “The location was really […]

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Keri Nicole Chartrand

Flagstaff artist Kari Nicole Pollard is beginning a new venture as an independent art curator. She founded the Naked Arts Collective and is currently booking art exhibits for two local Flagstaff venues. Keri is looking for more businesses that are in need of an experienced coordinator to book their monthly arts shows, while boosting their […]

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Hoa Truong Shares His Dream

For Hoa Truong, a former computer engineer, following his heart and his passion was one of the scariest – yet rewarding – things he has ever done. Just a few months ago, Truong left his job as an engineer at Hewlett-Packard in Houston. Now, you can find him cooking up a storm in downtown Flagstaff […]

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The Grand Canyon Guitar Society to Host its 1st Annual Corks and Chords Wine Tasting and Music Fundraiser

This Wine Tasting, Music, Silent and Live Auction event will be held on Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 1pm to 3:30pm at Thornagers on Kiltie Lane (previously known as the Kilted Cat) in Flagstaff, Arizona. Flagstaff, Arizona August 6, 2014: The Grand Canyon Guitar Society (GCGS) has announced its 1st ever fundraising event called Corks […]

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Scheduled Lift Maintenance Suspends Summer Lift Rides for Two Weeks

FLAGTAFF, Ariz. – Scheduled lift maintenance will be performed on Agassiz Lift for two weekends and will suspend Scenic Chairlift operation. This necessary preventative procedure is a part of the ski area’s preparation for the 2014/15 winter season and involves the replacement of large components at the drive terminal. Representatives from the lift manufacturer – […]

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Unusual Business Model Following Nature’s Cues – First Chair Takes Back Seat in Summer; Cosmic Cycles Leads Out

Flagstaff is a year-round sports town. When it is time to hang up the mountain bikes, it is time to take out the skis and snowboards. No one knows better about how difficult it is to maintain a seasonal business than those who cater to one or the other. Two Flagstaff businessmen put their heads […]

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