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Creating Balance

Whether someone is facing a career transition, a physical or health condition or a family transition or crisis, Sheryl Dawson, CEO of Dawson Consulting Group, can help navigate through the challenging times. Her Whole Life Profile is a simple way for people to identify their blind spots, recognize their strengths and weaknesses and find the […]

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HistoriCorps, Forest Service, Volunteers Saving Brolliar Cabin

Volunteer crews led by HistoriCorps, a nationally recognized non-profit organization, have been working to preserve the Brolliar Park Cabin this summer. The historic cabin, built by one of Arizona’s last homesteaders, is located in the Coconino National Forest south of Mormon Lake. The award-winning group, which works to save historical structures on public lands around […]

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Moving from Coal to Computers

Nicole McCarty began working at Navajo Generating Station (NGS) 15 years ago. Until recently, she was a Control Room operations specialist for the coal-fired power plant. “I went into the job when I was 18,” McCarty said, adding that she had a two-year-old daughter at the time. With her daughter now 18 and the plant […]

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Flagstaff’s Craft Brew Scene

Did you that know in 2018, Flagstaff received a commendation by Arizona Governor Ducey recognizing it as a leading Craft Beer City? Flagstaff is home to craft breweries that support key economic development sectors with a commitment to their craft, providing world-class brews both locally and throughout the world. Flagstaff is a craft beer hub […]

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How Waste Management is Accommodating Change

Given the recent announcement by the Chinese government to ban the import of all recycled materials by year 2020, the country’s largest waste management company is changing the way it manages recycled items. Waste Management’s Tabatha Rios, construction account manager for Central and Northern Arizona, shared details with Flagstaff Business News about current operations and […]

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Flagstaff Pro Rodeo Adds

With the goal of making the Flagstaff Pro Rodeo bigger and better every year, Rodeo President Mike Hughes says specialty highlights, like after-parties, have kept fans coming back for more. But this year, the rodeo committee added crowd-pleasing opening acts to the main show of bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, team roping, steer wrestling, tie-down […]

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Lowell Observatory Hosts Lunar Legacy Celebration on July 20

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, Lowell Observatory will host a Lunar Legacy celebration on July 20, with activities running from 10 am until close at 10 pm ( This event is part of an 18-month-long, community-wide effort celebrating Flagstaff’s scientific role in preparing for the Apollo missions to […]

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Lunar Legacy Block Party

Fifty years ago this month, Neil Armstrong made one giant leap for mankind as the first human to walk on the moon and Aspen Place at the Sawmill is commemorating the occasion with the Lunar Legacy Block Party.As Apollo 11 astronauts first trained in Flagstaff before the moon landing, Aspen Place is celebrating their legacy […]

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