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Balancing College and Retirement

Are you faced with the dilemma of saving for your own retirement while at the same time trying to put money away for a child’s college education? How do you pursue both goals? How do you determine which is more important or what path to take? If this hard choice sounds familiar, you’re not alone. […]

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Balancing College and Retirement

Are you faced with the dilemma of saving for your own retirement while at the same time trying to put money away for a child’s college education? How do you pursue both goals? How do you determine which is more important or what path to take? If this hard choice sounds familiar, you’re not alone. […]

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Moving Business Puts College Students to Work

  Campus Bellhops is the little business that found a niche and filled it. The niche is “moving day” on campus. The Bellhops, who are college students, step in so parents and students do not have to muscle the kids’ belongings up and down from dorm rooms. It works. College students earn a little extra […]

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High School Student Getting Jump on College Degree

Seventeen-year-old Kassidi Rowley of Flagstaff is a high school senior. She is also a college student. She and her family moved to the Flagstaff area in the middle of her junior year of high school, where she quickly realized the high school scene was not for her. She decided to start earning college credit at […]

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Adult Students Embracing College

When people think of college students, they often think of students under the age of 21, but the reality is that an increasing number of older, non-traditional students are going to college. The National Center for Education Statistics reports that adults ages 30-34 have increased enrollment in colleges from four percent in 1970 to seven […]

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Are Veterinarians Real Doctors?

I love being a veterinarian. With my combined interest in science, medicine and animals, becoming a veterinarian seemed a natural career choice. Veterinary medicine is challenging, exciting, and rewarding. It is sometimes wondrous, such as when I am helping to bring new animal lives into the world. Sometimes, being a vet is draining, such as […]

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Flagstaff Ale Trail Kicking Off

 The Flagstaff Ale Trail, a walking tour of craft breweries, debuts this week. Participants join the Ale Trail by purchasing a souvenir passport and unique silicone beer pint atFlagstaffAleTrail.com and then start their self-guided tour of downtown breweries at either Lumberyard Brewing Company or Flagstaff Brewing Company. Also with their passport, Ale Trail walkers receive a […]

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CCC Celebrating 20 Years

Officials and community members helped kick off today’s year long celebration of CCC, and its many roles in Northern Arizona.  A ceremony held on the Lone Tree campus today, celebrated the college’s many accomplishments, and speakers talked about the future of the institution. CCC President Leah Bornstein tells Flagstaff Business News, the college is working […]

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$1.5 Million Gift Endows Chair for NAU Program

A $1.5 million endowment gift from alumna Marcey Olajos has created the Charles Olajos and Ted Goslow Chair of Environmental Science and Policy for the Southwest at Northern Arizona University. The chair, to support interdisciplinary work linking scientific research and public policy, will be housed initially in NAU’s College of Engineering, Forestry and Natural Sciences. […]

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