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Joint Statement by Jovita Carranza and Steven T. Mnuchin Regarding the PPP Flexibility Act

Joint Statement by Jovita Carranza and Steven T. Mnuchin Regarding the PPP Flexibility Act Administrator Jovita Carranza and U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin issued the following statement today following the enactment of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Flexibility Act: “We want to thank President Trump for his leadership and commend Leader McConnell, Leader Schumer, […]

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Arizona Officials Not Concerned By Negative COVID-19 Trends

In a press conference on Thursday, Arizona officials relayed the message that they are not concerned about the increase in the positive cases despite what appears to be multiple negative trends in the state’s coronavirus cases. In the press conference, Gov. Doug Ducey and Health Director Dr. Cara Christ relayed that the recent rises in […]

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Flagstaff Library Providing Online Programs, Services

In an effort to continue to provide valuable community services during a period of social distancing, the Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library has begun to expand its suite of programming to include online options. Traditionally, the Flagstaff Library has served its community with a variety of in-person programs, ranging from storytime for children to writing […]

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Efforts Continue to Expand Flagstaff’s Tech Industry

Flagstaff’s technology infrastructure fuels entrepreneurial companies utilizing the mentorship offered by local think tanks eager to assist. “Building a larger technology sector in Flagstaff is ideal for our mountain town since it requires very little environmental impact on those things that we cherish as a city – dark skies, less traffic, less pollution – and at […]

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DigDeep Bringing Clean Water to Navajo Homes

When we hear about a “water crisis,” we may be inclined to think of it as a problem somewhere else, but according to DigDeep, a non-profit organization that has been providing running water for those in need, 30% of the families on the Navajo Nation have neither a tap for fresh water nor a toilet. […]

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Physical Therapist Making House Calls

Basophobia, the fear of falling, is a phobia many of us can relate to, but for older adults, falling can be life-threatening. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), falls are an inevitable part of aging. The CDC reports that an older adult dies from a fall every 20 minutes. However, these […]

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The Verde Drive-In: Bringing Community to the Movies

Verde Drive-In, a new premiere drive-in movie theater, celebrates its’ first month of operation. The Verde Drive-In shows single-feature movies Friday and Saturday nights at its location in Camp Verde. Get your tickets online today! June’s movies include: Mama, Mia Pitch Perfect 3, Madagascar, Jaws, Little Rascals, Field of Dreams, Flintstones, and Jurassic Park. Carload […]

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Irish Solidarity for Indigenous COVID-19 Relief Continues as U2 Drummer Donates $100,000

Larry Mullen, Jr., Irish musician and co-founder of the rock group U2, has joined the wave of solidarity from Ireland for Indigenous Peoples disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 by donating $100,000 to the Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund (Relief Fund). In early May donations to the Relief Fund’s GoFundMe campaign spiked with contributions from […]

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Today: Arizona Testing Blitz

Arizonans can access COVID-19 testing as part of the Arizona Testing Blitz tomorrow, May 30, at nearly 50 sites across the state. Both drive-through and onsite testing will be available. Arizonans can find the nearest testing location and hours of operation as well as pre-register by visiting azhealth.gov/TestingBlitz. Testing is available to anyone who thinks […]

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