“I didn’t realize how much I had lost until I felt how much I’ve gained,” said Brad J, a Back2Basics alumnus. Our journey began in […]
Following discussions with public school leaders, and in accordance with new guidance from the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Governor Doug Ducey today issued a new Executive Order returning schools to in-person, teacher-led instruction. According to metrics developed by the CDC, 12 of Arizona’s 15 counties are in phases where all schools […]
Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) announced today a new hybrid approach that provides Arizonans 55 and older eligibility along with frontline essential workers to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The new approach launches today in the Phoenix Metro Area.Arizona will continue its age-based approach to administering the vaccine. The new […]
The Civic Service Institute at Northern Arizona University announced it is changing its name to the Center for Service and Volunteerism. “Our new name, the Center for Service and Volunteerism (CSV), better reflects the work we do to engage volunteers to address critical community needs throughout Arizona,” said Director, Erin Kruse. “Our programs serve communities from Yuma to Tuba City, Lake Havasu to Show […]
Flagstaff residents do business with a variety of companies in Flagstaff, Sedona, Williams, and Winslow. Flagstaff Business News asked readers to vote for their favorite Flagstaff businesses. Our readership responded to the call, which business they think are the best in the categories designated. The results are in!
The thing about Opportunity is she doesn’t necessarily arrive after you’ve lost five pounds, gotten out of your sweatpants, whitened your teeth and brushed your hair. Opportunity is quite stubborn about being on her own schedule. She’s kind of a brat that way. She shows up when she feels like it, whether it’s convenient for […]
Sara Clouse’s cinnamon rolls have made the rounds. They’ve been gifts for friends, neighbors and teachers. They’ve shown up at bake sales to support youth sports. And they’ve even brought in $1,500 at a local fundraiser. Now, everyone can enjoy them from Clouse’s business, Momma Kneads Dough. “Since I was a little girl, my mom […]