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Printing Out a House

Imagine standing with your architect and building contractor on a building lot on a Monday morning as they begin construction of your 1,500-square-foot, single-story home. You leave just as the three-man crew goes to work turning on a machine. Three days later, when you return, you’re staring at several walls of your home in the […]

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A Click Away from Danger

When the internet took off and became mainstream three decades ago, a serious social problem slowly grew to become what retired judge and Flagstaff resident Thomas Jacobs considers the first pandemic of the 21st century: Cyberbullying. Jacobs has written a landmark book on the subject, “Cyberbullying Law,” made available to the public this July by […]

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Flagstaff Star Party and Celebration of the Night Combine

Northern Arizona’s world-class dark skies are on display as two uniquely Flagstaff events combine their star power in a FREE public celebration featuring art, science and cultural activities for all ages. The 2020 Celebration of the Night runs through September and October and the Flagstaff Star Party is scheduled for Sept. 17-19. Considering COVID-19 social […]

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Supporting Local Businesses Through Training, Resources

The experience was like trying to grab a small sip from a firehose at full blast. That is how officials at the Coconino Small Business Development Center at Coconino Community College describe the situation they faced with limited staff when the COVID-19 pandemic shut down business across the state. Now, with the help of a […]

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Getting Your Head in the Game

If Fred Stuvek, Jr., were your job coach, you would no doubt show up early, stand up straight, shoulders back and answer confidently and loudly “yes, sir” to whatever advice he is offering. Stuvek is a take-no-prisoners, accept-no-excuses kind of guy who plays tough and aims to win. He has been inducted into the Pennsylvania […]

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Governor Ducey Issues Executive Order Delaying Expiration Of Driver Licenses

As Arizona continues to take proactive measures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Governor Ducey today issued an Executive Order deferring requirements to renew standard driver licenses that have an expiration date between March 1, 2020 and December 31, 2020 by one year from their original expiration date. This action will minimize in-person visits to […]

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Sinema Urges Agriculture Department to Support Native American and Veteran Farmers and Ranchers in Arizona

Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema urged the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to support Native American and veteran farmers and ranchers in Arizona by correctly utilizing resources for a beneficial federal program. The Outreach and Assistance for Socially Disadvantaged Farmers and Ranchers and Veteran Farmers and Ranchers Program (2501 Program) helps support education and engagement programs for Native American and veteran farmers and […]

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