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Dealing with the Rising Cost of Prescription Drugs

Some consumers report skimping on medicine to stretch their dollar For cash paying consumers or those with high deductible health plans, the cost of prescription medications may add to the pain and discomfort of a disease or illness. Fifty percent of the U.S. public reported taking prescription medicines at the time of a Kaiser Family […]

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Welcoming Spirited Downtown Libations

A vital town is like a living organism – shedding old skins and growing new ones. Case in point: the closing of old drinking establishments and restaurants and the birth of innovative taverns for both wine and beer downtown. The popularity of Flagstaff as a destination for visitors and as a happy hometown for residents […]

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FBN Healthcare Special

Health Reform Driving Local Changes Regardless of the Supreme Court decision this summer about specific aspects of the controversial Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), otherwise known as “Obamacare,” the health care industry is changing and local health care organizations are preparing for those changes. To stay ahead of the curve, Flagstaff organizations are […]

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Teresa Peterson is a practitioner of Bowenwork, a healing path which integrates the whole body and restores balance.  Peterson has a diverse professional background. She believes in giving back as an essential part of running a business and does this in several ways.  She told Flagstaff Business News about the rewarding career she created for […]

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Arizona’s Hunting Season Creating Economic Influx

Web Exclusive: Flagstaff Business News interview with Chris Williams. Hunting season is underway in Northern Arizona. FBN had the opportunity to speak with Chris Williams, owner of Trapper’s Den in Lakeside.  He’s lived in the area for about 30 years, working in the taxidermy trade since before then.  Williams describes the economic impact of hunting […]

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Cardinals Training Camp Underway in Flagstaff

The Arizona Cardinals football team is back in Flagstaff, preparing for their upcoming season by training at high altitude.  The Flagstaff training, where team members use the facilities at Northern Arizona University, is a favorite for many fans, who enjoy the up-close contact with players. Many  businesses also enjoy  the Flagstaff training camp, which generates […]

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Arizona Music Pro Undergoing Remodel

Owners of Arizona Music Pro on Route 66 in downtown Flagstaff  are pleased to be upgrading the facility. Lance Roederer of AZ Music Pro says the first phase of the remodel is underway on the sales floor.  “The goal is to create an open and easy to navigate floor plan together with an interactive environment, […]

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FBN Spotlight

FBN recently spoke with Jenn Jones, owner of Madame 2 Sew in Flagstaff’s Southside.  She wants women to change the way they shop by looking to their closet before going out and making new purchases.  The alterations and clothing boutique is a relatively new store model for Flagstaff which encourages sustainability and smart purchase choices. […]

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Andy Tobin Named Speaker of the House

Andy Tobin, R. Paulden, is the new Speaker of the Arizona House of Representatives.  FBN caught up with Mr. Tobin to talk about his appointment and the year ahead for Arizona businesses. “I am truly honored to have the support of the members of the House of Representatives as we continue to address some of […]

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Spotlight: Alpine Community Acupuncture

FBN recently spoke with Chad Lambert,  who owns  Alpine Acupuncture with his wife, Christina.  The business uses a community acupuncture practice style, which enables the Lamberts to treat a greater number of community members.  The business is located in Sunnyside and offers a sliding scale to people seeking treatments. Why did you decide to open […]

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