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The Outlook for Pine Canyon

There has been little in the news about the prestigious Pine Canyon development on the southern edge of Flagstaff since the developer, Lonetree Investments Inc., declared bankruptcy in September. Yet, security guards still staff the entrance gates and the adjacent realty office is still open for sales. A springtime drive around the development reveals beautifully […]

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Pine Canyon Emerging from Bankruptcy

Just nine months after the developers of the Pine Canyon Golf Club and residential development in Flagstaff, Arizona filed Chapter 11 proceedings, the Honorable Redfield T. Baum, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the District of Arizona, entered an Order Confirming their Plan of Reorganization today. The developer and its lender were able to reach an […]

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Live Bird Show’s World Premiere in Tusayan

Grand Canyon Condor Encounter debuts this week here at the Canyon’s south rim entrance. This live bird show by nationally recognized show performer Joe Krathwohl features raptors and other live birds plus a giant condor – this is the first program of its kind to enhance the visitor experience for thousands of Grand Canyon visitors. […]

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Shuttle Resuming at Canyon

The National Park Service (NPS) will again offer shuttle bus service between Grand Canyon National Park and the neighboring town of Tusayan.  The service will be available from May 14 through September 9 and will run at 15 minute intervals between 8:00 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. The first bus will leave Tusayan at 8:00 a.m. […]

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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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Floodplain Inspector Wins Moody Award

David McKee, Floodplain Inspector with the Stormwater Management Program, City of Flagstaff, is the unanimous selection of the Friends of the Rio de Flag (FoRio) to receive the first annual Tom Moody Award for committed service to the restoration of the Rio de Flag. David received three separate nominations for the many projects he has […]

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Beer Lovers Choose Cans and Keep Microbreweries Hopping

    The  original concept about beers in cans was ‘cheap, watered-down rice beer,’ right?” said Grand Canyon Brewing Company owner John Peasley, smiling in his Williams, Ariz. brewery. “Colorado beer manufacturer Oskar Blues turned that around; those guys only do cans.” Award-winning Oskar Blue revolutionized the microbrewery world by canning handcrafted beers in back […]

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