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On the Grid: Cancer Support Community Opens in Flagstaff

Cancer Support Community Opens in Flagstaff For the first time, Cancer Support Community Arizona (CSCAZ) is establishing services in Flagstaff, available to anyone impacted by cancer. Free programs focus on emotional support, health and nutrition, education, social engagement, and resources and referrals. Hear from psychologist and two-time cancer survivor Sandi Ernst Perez, Ph.D., who is leading the Northern […]

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On the Grid with Bonnie Stevens

On the Grid Podcast – Preventing Second Strokes

Preventing Second Strokes Strokes are often associated with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking and diabetes, but researchers and doctors have been concerned about the number of young, healthy people who are having strokes. In some cases, these are caused by blood clots traveling through a hole in the heart that block blood flow to […]

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On the Grid Podcast – Solar After Sunset

Solar After Sunset APS is finding a way to harness more clean energy from Arizona’s famous sunny days. The utility company is implementing one of the largest solar battery storage initiatives in the county. With technological advances and decreasing costs, company officials say more Arizonans will soon be powering their evening activities with more solar […]

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On the Grid – Local Inventor Building a Unique Personal Flying Machine

Local Inventor Building a Unique Personal Flying Machine Flagstaff engineer, inventor, and pilot Jim Corning is building a personal aircraft. The FanFlyer is designed to take-off and land vertically, fit in a parking space, cruise quietly at 80 knots and get into places that helicopters can’t. It’s something he’s wanted to build for years, but […]

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On the Grid – On Leadership and Life

On Leadership and Life Northern Arizona University Business Professor Dr. Craig Van Slyke draws on wisdom from the Stoics, the Greeks, his more than 25 years’ experience and even his own pets in his new book, “On Leadership and Life.” Listen as Van Slyke discusses conflict management, the power of persuasion and the importance of […]

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On the Grid – Airport Taking Off

Airport Taking Off Efforts by the City of Flagstaff to increase service at Flagstaff Pulliam Airport are starting to pay off. Direct flights to Los Angeles and Dallas are scheduled to debut later this spring as the number of annual passengers, including business people and vacationers, continues to increase. The city’s Economic Vitality Director Heidi […]

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