Recognized for its advances in solar tracking systems and algorithms, Sedona Energy Labs (SEL) was awarded one of eight grants in the Arizona Commerce Authority's Arizona Innovation Challenge. SEL won for its InteliTrack™ Solar Tracking System that generates up to 40% more power from a solar array … [Read more...] about Sedona Energy Labs Wins Innovation Challenge
To raise awareness during May--Celiac Awareness Month, Picazzo's in Flagstaff and Sedona have some Gluten free specials. Take $2 Off Any Gluten-Free Pasta or $1 Off Any Gluten-Free Pasta Lunch Combo. Now through Tuesday, May 31, management encourages patrons to try gluten-free pasta offerings … [Read more...] about Gluten-Free Eaters Welcomed at Picazzo’s
The new archaeology center is located on Main Street in Camp Verde. The mission of the facility is to preserve archaeological sites and collections, while promoting their educational, scientific and cultural uses. The grand opening weekend begins Friday and will last through Sunday. The … [Read more...] about Verde Valley Archaeology Center Opening
Head-lining the upcoming fifth Sedona Bluegrass Festival is one of Bluegrass’s most respected artists as a singer, songwriter, band leader and instrumentalist. Claire Lynch brings a style and presence that has captured fans and critics alive. The fifth Sedona Bluegrass Festival May 4-8 will … [Read more...] about Businesses/Fans Welcome Sedona Bluegrass Festival
Northern Arizona is sprinkled with thousands of prehistoric archaeo- logical sites. Not only does the rich prehistoric legacy bring visitors to the area, but businesses involved in construction must be sensitive to surface and buried relics. When land development was in its heyday, archaeology … [Read more...] about Archaeology Drawing Tourists and Jobs
Greg and Gracie Stevenson caught a bad case of Red Rock Fever. Avid hikers, they had been exposed to the fever for about 12 years while visiting his folks who live in Sedona. Once on the way to Phoenix to catch a flight home to Texas, they began to wonder. “Why can’t we live somewhere … [Read more...] about Business Owners Living to Hike the Red Rocks
Leslie Kemp doesn't have much longer to wait before she'll have an iPhone in hand. The Sedona resident works at NAU and says Verizon has the best coverage in Northern Arizona. Kemp, who uses a cell phone for business and personal calls, will soon be able to access the Internet from her … [Read more...] about Northern Arizonans Compare AT&T and Verizon for the iPhone
During Valentine’s week, consumers will buy more than 58 million pounds of chocolate candy, ringing up $345 million in sales. That will account for 5.1 percent of total annual sales of chocolate, according to Nielsen, a company measuring customer behavior. But what do Valentine’s Day and love have … [Read more...] about Chocolate–What’s Love Got to Do With It?
Most of our efforts will really never be seen by guests,” said Annika Jackson, vice president/managing director of Enchantment Resort in Sedona. One of three hotels (the other two are Sedona Rouge and Wyndham Sedona) certified “Green” by the Arizona Hotel and Lodging Association (AzHLA), Enchantment … [Read more...] about How Green is My Valet?
With Santa Claus' recent trip to town and the new year's record setting temperatures well below zero, it is time for Northern Arizonans who heat their homes with wood, to clean out the chimney. “The biggest reason to clean your chimney is the health … [Read more...] about With Record Low Temperatures-Keep Chimneys Safe