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Flag Leadership’s Gun Legislation Panel

Mar 31.  6:00-7:30 p.m. Flagstaff City Hall.  The Flagstaff Leadership Program Alumni Committee is hosting a panel discussion on gun legislation in Arizona.  Community members are invited as well as Flagstaff Leadership Program alumni and members of the 2012 class. Panelists include: Brent Cooper – Chief, Flagstaff Police Department, Gregory Fowler – Chief, Northern Arizona […]

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Legislation May Help Property Owners

U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar, DDS (AZ-01) introduced H.R. 1038 which would settle a boundary dispute in the Mountainaire Subdivision in Coconino County, Arizona.  In November 2007, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) completed a land survey in the Subdivision which found that a survey completed in 1960 incorrectly identified private property as property owned by […]

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FBN Writer Wins Another Award

The North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) today announced that Stacey Wittig of Flagstaff, AZ won a bronze award in the 2010 annual awards competition in the “Byline Travel Column – Less than 250,000 Circulation” category. The competition, now in its 19th year, honors the “best of the best” in travel writing, photography and promotion […]

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Shooting Range On Track for 2013 Opening

The Arizona Game and Fish Department is moving forward with plans to build a shooting range east of Flagstaff.  Last year, the AZGFD purchased the 160 acre Foster Ranch near Walnut Canyon National Monument with the intention of developing a range.  The department has been looking for a suitable location for a shooting facility for […]

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NAU Boosts Local Economy –- Businesses Thrive

Northern Arizona University is a prominent player in the economic vitality of Flagstaff and the state of Arizona. That’s according to a report recently released by NAU’s Arizona Rural Policy Institute. The report, The Economic Contributions of Northern Arizona University to the State of Arizona in 2010, claims that NAU has contributed nearly $1.5 billion […]

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Flag Monuments Celebrating Archaeology

Throughout the month of March, the Flagstaff Area Monuments has planned several activities in honor of “Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month.” “Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month” was created by the State Historical Preservation Office and the Governor’s Ad Hoc Archeology Advisory Group (now the Governor’s Archeology Advisory Commission) to inform the public about […]

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McCain Statement on Libya

U.S. Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Joe Lieberman (I-CT) today released the following statement regarding U.S. policy on Libya: “President Obama last week stated unequivocally that Colonel Qaddafi must go.  He reiterated that position again today.  We agree.  Yesterday, however, the Director of National Intelligence testified that Colonel Qaddafi is likely to prevail over the […]

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Grant Will Benefit Local Economic Development

The Sustainable Economic Development Initiative (SEDI) has received a $15,000 grant from APS. The funding will support engineering and program design for the Northern Arizona Economic Development and Workforce Training Center (NAEDWTC). The NAEDWTC project is a long-term (5 year) effort that, when completed, will provide customized job training and co-location for economic development and […]

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Haskell –New Director SBDC

Coconino Community College is announcing Kurt Haskell has been hired as the new Director of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) located at the Fourth Street Campus and Technology Center. Haskell will also oversee an office in Page Arizona at CCC’s Page/Lake Powell Campus. Haskell, returns to the SBDC where he was a Small Business […]

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