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Heritage Route 66 Motel Getting Retro Restoration

New owners are renovating the Whispering Winds Motel on Old Route 66 in Flagstaff. The 25-room motel was purchased on June 1 for just under $1 million, according to Coconino County records. “We’re working with Mark Reavis at the City of Flagstaff’s Heritage Preservation Office to renovate the landmark sign,” said Ascend Capital Management Sales […]

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Getting Your Head in the Game

If Fred Stuvek, Jr., were your job coach, you would no doubt show up early, stand up straight, shoulders back and answer confidently and loudly “yes, sir” to whatever advice he is offering. Stuvek is a take-no-prisoners, accept-no-excuses kind of guy who plays tough and aims to win. He has been inducted into the Pennsylvania […]

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International Minute Press Lifts Community During COVID-19

International Minute Press printing franchise owners Tracie and Glenn Hansen are helping people in Flagstaff celebrate milestones, stay safe and get back to business during COVID-19. Just five months after celebrating their first year in business, everything came to a sudden stop for them. “March was shaping up to be a record month, but it […]

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Arizona Snowbowl and Greater Flagstaff Chamber Announce First Round Recipients for COVID-19 Relief Fund

Arizona Snowbowl and the Greater Flagstaff Chamber announced that the Kachina Peaks Avalanche Center, First Chair Ski & Snowboard Rentals, Alpine Resource, and The Market of Dreams have been selected as first round recipients for the Snowbowl/Flagstaff Chamber COVID-19 Relief Fund. Each recipient will receive $7,500 of grant funding, and four more recipients will be […]

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Preparing for a Different Kind of School Year 

Amidst the uncertainty of the pandemic, one thing is certain – going back to school will look different, depending on the institution. The Grand Canyon School, which teaches students from as far away as Valle, 23 miles to the south, and is the only Pre-K through 12th grade school district located inside a Grand Canyon […]

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First-Time Gun Owners Driving Spike in Firearms Sales

Arizona native Stacy Speed, a vice president in the banking industry, has been working from her Flagstaff home during the pandemic and has found time to take on a new hobby. “I wanted to do something for myself. I love learning,” she said. “Also, intuitively, I knew coming into this year, an election year, the […]

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A Tea Party with the White Rabbit

It’s high tea time in Flagstaff. Where can you settle into a plush turquoise armchair, accept a lovely cup of perfectly- brewed tea and sip gently with your pinky out while decorously nibbling on a warm scone? With the opening of the White Rabbit Tea Lounge in an upscale retail space in Sawmill at Aspen […]

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