Peek into the history of Flagstaff’s Fourth Street and you’ll find that it was the city’s commercial corridor long before the environs of San Francisco and Front Streets became respectably chic. In its halcyon days, K-Mart was the thriving and prosperous anchor for the area and its businesses. Now, K-Mart is gone, leaving a “huge […]
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Every year, residents of Coconino County forfeit an estimated $4 million in Earned Income Tax Credits because they either don’t know they’re entitled to tax credits, or they don’t file tax returns with the IRS. A family with three qualifying children can claim as much as $5,751 through the Earned Income Tax Credit. With tax […]
Almost everyone wants to see more renewable power generation, but the compromise between conservationists and power companies can be an uneasy one. Just recently, a prairie dog colony was evicted from a site in East Flagstaff, while turbines at the pending wind power generation site near Williams may kill birds and bats, as well as […]
The Arizona State Credit Union’s Shred‐A‐Thon will make its second stop in Flagstaff Tuesday, August 9, before completing the 2011 tour with stops in Prescott and Prescott Valley. This free event helps members of the community by raising awareness about the importance of shredding personal documents to protect against identity theft. “I am inspired by […]
June 20, 7:00-9:00 a.m. Coconino County Supervisor Mandy Metzger invites constituents to visit about issues and express concerns. Monday’s meeting will be held at Mary’s Cafe on Hwy 89 in east Flagstaff. Metzger’s guest will be Don Muise, Assistant Fire and Aviation Staff Officer for the Coconino National Forest.
Nearly 34 years ago, at the request of his father and with some borrowed tools in hand, Loren Vickers installed his first set of garage doors. “I think it took me two days and I made about 50 bucks for the two days of work,” said Loren. Shortly after that fateful experience, Loren says […]