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Setting a ‘Day of the Dead’ Ofrenda in Your Home

For the past 17 years, Flagstaff Nuestras Raíces has presented the Celebraciones de la Gente, a Day of the Dead celebration, in partnership with the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA). This year, COVID has changed all that. “We’ve had to rethink all our events this year, including Celebraciones de la Gente,” said MNA’s Kristan Hutchison. […]

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Enlisting a Mentor in Uncertain Times

One of the big challenges with COVID-19 is there’s no playbook for how to operate a business during a pandemic. “It’s being written in real time,” said entrepreneur and author Mark Timm. “We need mentors more than ever in our life.” Kevin Harrington, one of the original sharks on the television program “Shark Tank,” recalled […]

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Riding the Rails with Roger

Some things are the same, such as the dramatic canyon views as the train follows the winding Verde River, but there are new and exciting additions to the magical 20-mile journey from Clarkdale to Perkinsville and back on the historic Verde Canyon Railroad (VCRR). Traveling on tracks carved out of rugged landscapes in 1912, the […]

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SBA Visits Flagstaff Businesses Served Through the Paycheck Protection Program

The COVID-19 era has put a financial strain on businesses across the country, with company leaders scrambling to come up with funds to cover the cost of operations, including paying employees. One major source of funding for companies – including several in Northern Arizona – has been the United States Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Paycheck […]

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Sedona Resort Creates Space for Workcations

When Amara Resort and Spa in Sedona closed for six weeks from early April to mid-May, Director of Sales and Marketing Amanda Leese and the management team started planning their strategy for how to prepare for re-opening and began envisioning what that would look like. “We knew that groups weren’t scheduling meetings and we knew […]

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Scientists Share Findings of COVID-19 Genomic Research

As Arizona scientists conduct the most extensive genomic sequencing of COVID-19 of any state, they credit early public health response for preventing an outbreak in late January. Also, they say the data show public health interventions do work, including testing, tracing and isolating, to control the virus. In a news briefing on Sept. 15, the […]

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Arizona To Receive More Than 2 Million Rapid COVID-19 Tests

Governor Doug Ducey today announced that Arizona will receive 2.19 million Abbott rapid point-of-care tests from the federal government. The tests can produce results within 15 minutes. Delivery is expected to take place with shipments beginning in the next seven to 10 days. The Arizona Department of Health Services is working with county health departments […]

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Sinema Highlights the Importance of Arizona Universities to NASA’s Continued Research and Innovation

Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema spoke today in a Senate Commerce Committee hearing and highlighted the important partnerships between Arizona State University, University of Arizona, and Northern Arizona University and NASA for continued space research and innovation.   “NASA partnerships with Arizona’s universities are strong and beneficial.  All three Arizona public universities – the University of Arizona, Arizona State University, and […]

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Hydrotherapy: Using Water as a Medical Treatment

Hydrotherapy is defined as the clinical application of water to treat or prevent ailments.  Yes, this literally describes how water can be used as a medical treatment. One could say that simply drinking water will prevent dehydration or that using sterile water to dilute certain IV medications (such as vitamin C) can be used in […]

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