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Dan Kasprzyk, Russ Yelton, Drinking Horn Meadery Honored in Moonshot Awards

Dan Kasprzyk, founder of startups Symple Surgical and Poba Medical, received the Carolyn Shoemaker Award at the first Moonshot Entrepreneur Awards, presented by Moonshot at NACET, the region’s entrepreneurial development program. The Shoemaker Award was created to honor entrepreneurs who have graduated from the Moonshot program at NACET and gone on to establish businesses in […]

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Kilauea One Year Later

For the first time since 1983, Kīlauea Volcano, on the Big Island of Hawaii, is not erupting. The world’s most active volcano ended its 35-year magma run in a spectacular grand finale of fiery fountains and high-volume molten rock rivers between May and August 2018. As a result of the massive and explosive event, much […]

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Testing for Deadly Radon

Radon occurs naturally from the breakdown of uranium found in rocks, soil and sometimes well water. It can seep into homes through the foundation, cracks in the slab, sump pumps, plumbing pipes and crawl spaces. The inspectors say it is a serious and dangerous carcinogen.ertified radon inspectors Bill Branch, Drew Ramsey and John McCartney have […]

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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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Why Communication is Essential in the Real Estate Process

We’ve all heard the saying, “No news is good news,” right? Well, not necessarily in the real estate process. While not hearing anything could be deemed as everything is moving along smoothly, it could also mean there are critical dates and deadlines being missed. There should be one person at the helm of the entire […]

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NAU Encouraging Students to Bring Their Aspirations

Twice a year – in the fall and spring – I share an update on the current health and future outlook of Northern Arizona University with students, faculty and staff, the local community, our Regents, supporters and stakeholders. At our Fall Campus Forum, I reported that NAU’s future is bright. Our retention numbers are strong […]

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Soulstice Publishing Makes Its Debut in a Love Letter

A collection of heartbreak and triumph, a grammatically correct scrapbook, a gallery of original watercolor paintings and a distance runner’s training guide, “To Imogene, a Flagstaff Love Letter,” is an artfully illustrated and emotionally fueled book of many books. It chronicles experiences from more than 70 local runners who have been called to the mountain […]

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Winter Parking Ordinance begins Friday Nov. 1

Coconino County’s annual Winter Parking Ordinance 2017-11 will be in effect between Friday, Nov. 1 and Wednesday, April 1, 2020. The ordinance requires parking restrictions from County maintained rights-of-way during snow season and for the enforcement of parking restrictions either by citation or towing. Between Nov. 1 – April 1 of each year, motor vehicles […]

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On the Grid: Exploring Lowell’s Expanding Universe

Exploring Lowell’s Expanding Universe Lowell Observatory’s plans for a $29 million Astronomy Discovery Center are coming into focus, featuring the Universe Theater with a wrap-around video screen and an open-air planetarium equipped with heated seats! Lowell representatives say it will be among the best science centers in the world and will substantially increase tourism to […]

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