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Sedona CEO Chat

June 8.  This round-table style chat provides Sedona Chamber of Commerce  members the opportunity to meet with Chamber President/CEO Jennifer Wesselhoff.  Topics  to discuss include business issues, ideas and concerns in a professional, group setting. This is free for Chamber members and includes a continental breakfast but you must RSVP to attend.   Seating is […]

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State Offering Flood Prevention Funding

Properties impacted by flooding downstream of the Schultz Fire burn area, may see the benefits from state financial assistance. Governor Jan Brewer today announced plans to allocate $305,000 to Coconino County to aid in its recovery from flood damage caused by the Schultz Fire of June 2010, as well as to mitigate future flood damage […]

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County Cancels Horse Races

Due to the loss of a critical partner in producing the event, an increase in operating costs, and the elimination of state financed support for county racing in the State of Arizona and in Coconino County, the Coconino County Board of Supervisors met in special session on May 27, 2011, and voted to cancel the […]

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Power Networking Breakfast

June 8     Good Morning Flagstaff! Power Networking Breakfast Good Morning Flagstaff is a facilitated, speed networking event providing businesses and organizations the opportunity to meet dozens of new prospects face-to-face. Frequently described as “speed dating for businesses,” Good Morning Flagstaff draws more than 100 businesses quarterly. It is a popular and effective way […]

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New Deputy City Manager

Following a national search which drew more than 115 applicants, Jerene Watson has accepted an offer from the City of Flagstaff to become the new Deputy City Manager (DCM) for Community Enhancement. Watson is leaving her current position as Town Manager for Oro Valley, Arizona and will start work in Flagstaff on July 1, 2011. […]

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Flagstaff’s Pulliam Airport Receiving Grants

Pulliam Airport is one of five statewide airport improvement projects being funded by $21 million.   Four airports will receive funds for one project; Flagstaff will get funding for two.  The State Transportation Board has given final approval of the funding. $392,045 will go toward phase one construction of an aircraft rescue and fire fighting […]

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Supreme Court Upholds Employer Sanctions Law

The U.S. Supreme Court today upheld Arizona’s law that revokes the business licenses of businesses and corporations hiring illegal immigrants.  The 5-3 vote was a rejection of challenges to the law by a coalition of business people and civil rights organizations.  Arizona Governor Jan Brewer is calling the decision a victory: “I could not be […]

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Free Cancer Screening at North Country HealthCare

Although “cancer” is a word no one wants to hear, that doesn’t mean we should ignore getting screened.  We always want to be proactive about taking care of our health.  Thanks to the HealthCheck programs, you don’t have to have medical insurance in order to do that.  The HealthCheck Programs, funded by the Arizona Department […]

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Learn About Bioscience Manufacturing

June 2,    at NACET 11:30-1:00.  Tim Becker will present a seminar on Bioscience Manufacturing.  The seminar will discuss: GLP (good laboratory practice) during development, setting up and implementing GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices,) Identifying specifications and acceptance criteria for manufacturing, and much more.  Lunch will be provided.  There is no cost to attend.  Register by […]

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