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Bonnie Stevens

Harnessing the Superpower of Visibility

Leading up to the annual Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii, the town is truly overrun by triathletes. These swimmers, cyclists and runners do not need to don a t-shirt or tattoo that says they are elite athletes – although some of them do. Everything about them already shouts, “I’m a superior human specimen.” It is […]

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Beaming with Support

Flagstaff Bone and Joint, Loven Contracting, JP Morgan Chase and construction trade partners gathered for a beam-signing ceremony to celebrate the halfway mark of the new surgical center at 501 N. Switzer Canyon Dr. The Oct. 17 event commemorated the construction milestone of the new 9,000-square-foot ambulatory surgical center. “Our investment in this project reinforces […]

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McFarland

Village of Oak Creek Attorney is Praised for Volunteer Efforts

Village of Oak Creek attorney Elizabeth McFarland is devoted to her community. Her volunteer efforts include serving on the Northern Arizona Healthcare Board of Directors and the Arizona Community Foundation of Sedona Board of Advisors. During the 19th Annual Spirit of Sedona awards luncheon on Sept. 5 at the Enchantment Resort, McFarland was recognized as […]

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Local Walmart Store Feeds Food Banks

The Westside Walmart in Flagstaff is serious about fighting hunger in its neighborhood. The store and its associates are just finishing up a five-month campaign, “Fight Hunger Spark Change,” and were able to provide 35,994 meals for the local food banks, according to Jennifer Foster, the store’s manager. Along with Walmart’s partner, Sam’s Club, they […]

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Coral Evans

Learning More About Flagstaff’s Climate Action Plan

Hello, Northern Arizona! This month marks the one year anniversary of adoption of the City of Flagstaff’s Climate Action and Adaptation Plan. Shortly after I became mayor, the council voted to create a plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and “identify actions that will save money, protect community assets and ensure quality of life amidst […]

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Smith

CCC Responding to Hospitality Industry Training Needs

A newly hired employee, wanting to excel in a job she’s never done before, needs to calculate how many supplies will be needed until the next delivery. A clerk needs to know how to help a guest have a positive, memorable experience. A manager needs to reduce turnover and help the business train and retain […]

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NAU Football Star Inducted into Hall of Fame

This year, the National Football League (NFL) celebrates its 100th anniversary. During this century of competition, more than 24,000 players have made NFL rosters and, according to pro-football-reference.com, 40 played college ball at Northern Arizona University. The most recent member of this Lumberjack club, Zach Bauman, followed a path to the NFL that started – […]

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Thomas Pristow

Principles Guiding County Health and Human Services

After moving to the area approximately two months ago to begin my role as the Director of Coconino County Health and Human Services, I’ve learned a few things about my new home. For example, I’ve learned that there is no shame in being winded after taking a flight of stairs while acclimating to our 7,000-foot […]

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