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Exploring Cohousing in Flagstaff

Macy Kiim, Carol Scholing, Karen and Maury Herman are all looking for land on which to build their new homes. They are all seeking the same plot of land and all will be using the same architect. The four are members of Flagstaff Cohousing, a corporation formed to create a village-style custom community in which […]

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The Golden Girls of Real Estate Know, Love, Grow Flagstaff

Freddi Paulsrud and Rosemary “Rosie” Lamberson are not naïve like Rose Nylund, intimidating like Dorothy Zbornak, or self-absorbed like Blanche Devereaux, but they are every bit as charismatic as “The Golden Girls” of 1980s television, with a real-life friendship, respect and love for one another. Rosie and Freddi are realtors with Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International […]

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Aircraft Crash Investigators Recreate Accidents

Almost immediately after the deadly crash of the helicopter carrying retired NBA star Kobe Bryant and eight others, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) began receiving calls. ERAU has the only teaching crash site laboratory of any university in the world. ERAU, along with the Federal Aviation Administration, National Transportation Safety Board and FBI, were among those […]

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Greenhouse Gas Detection to Help Improve Air Quality

Professor Kevin Gurney of NAU’s School of Informatics, Computing and Cyber Systems is building a detailed three-dimensional map of the urban Washington, D.C. area that will reveal every source of greenhouse gas being emitted into the atmosphere down to individual buildings, like the Pentagon, and roads such as Pennsylvania Ave. Gurney, an atmospheric scientist, says […]

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Dark Skies on the Rise

Dark skies are on the rise, as travelers across the planet seek out places where they can get clear views of the stars. So say the travel experts at Lonely Planet who have named dark skies a continuing travel trend. As the world’s first International Dark Sky Community, Flagstaff and others in Northern Arizona are […]

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Pet Sitting Isn’t Just About Dogs and Cats

Pet sitting is not exclusive to just dogs and cats anymore. Horses, pigs, chickens, steers and even snakes have made the non-traditional list of pet sitting, according to Teresa Green, owner of Duke’s Pet Lodge. With a staff of five and a vision to expand to Sedona and Prescott areas in the next two years, […]

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Golden Dragon Restaurant Attracting New Attention

It had been at least 12 years since Kevan Hegg dropped into Golden Dragon for lunch, but upon urging from a friend and news that the restaurant had new ownership, he thought he would give it another try. “The place was buzzing with good energy,” said Hegg, of Hensley Beverage Company. “Most tables were taken and […]

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World-Class Astronomical Facilities Collide 

Effects of the collaboration between Lowell Observatory and the Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) are going to be “astronomical,” said Planetarium Director Eric Edelman. Edelman is referring to the recently-formed partnership between the two world-famous scientific facilities. In brief, Lowell Observatory and ERAU are going to partner in sharing research […]

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Harnessing the Wind

Arizona’s largest wind energy project, the Chevelon Butte Wind Farm, is expected to have turbine blades spinning in a remote area south of Winslow by the end of 2021, and power the region with an estimated $8 million in indirect economic benefits during the construction phase. sPower, a Salt Lake City-based renewable energy developer, received […]

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