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Tusayan Feeling Left Out of Flagstaff Discussion

A recent resolution by the Flagstaff City Council opposing Tusayan’s plans for development has left Tusayan officials scratching their heads. Tusayan Mayor Greg Bryan and Town Manager Will Wright said they were never invited to participate in the conversations about the resolution, which they found odd since the issue is centered right in their backyard. […]

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Arizona Snowbowl Finishes Winter Season with Music, Family Fridays, Big Air

March skiing and Spring Break at Arizona Snowbowl brings a packed calendar of family-friendly events. From live music to slope-side entertainment, there’s something fun for everyone. Alice Cooper Competition Winners to Perform in Flagstaff March 6 & 7 In partnership with Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock, Arizona Snowbowl is bringing some amazing young musicians to Flagstaff. […]

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NAU Contributes to Flagstaff and State

Northern Arizona University contributes nearly $2 billion to the Arizona economy each year, according to a new study conducted by the Arizona Rural Policy Institute, a unit of NAU’s Alliance Bank Outreach Center. The study shows that NAU contributes $1.85 billion in economic activity, which supports 20,300 Arizona jobs. Further, NAU’s 88,600 alumni pay more […]

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Firefighters Preparing for Fire Season

Up until the recent heavy winter storm that hit in early March, Northern Arizona was experiencing an unseasonably warm and dry winter, causing some concern about the upcoming fire season. “The storm brings us closer to the normal range of conditions for moisture, but the severity of fire season depends on a number factors, a […]

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Flagstaff Cool Zone: A Refreshing Experience Beyond the Red Zone

With more than one million people expected to attend upcoming Super Bowl activities in the Valley, planners anticipate a major financial boon that could exceed half a billion dollars state-wide. Locally, the Flagstaff Convention and Visitor’s Bureau (FCVB) is leading efforts to tap into that influx of visitors and direct some of them to Northern […]

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QCOffice Award Expands Employment and Service

What started as a nugget of a good idea in 2006 has grown through the years to a full-blown model of how to run a successful non-profit. Quality Connections is the brainchild of Armando Bernasconi, and his wife, Melissa, who started the agency 15 years ago while sitting at their dining room table. Their idea […]

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Scientist Fighting Bark Beetles with Fungus

Ips, engraver, mountain pine. There are many different kinds of bark beetles, but together, they’ve chewed through millions of acres across western forests, hitting drought-stressed trees of the Coconino National Forest with a voracious appetite, especially in 2002. And with a drying, warming trend predicted in coming years, scientists say the climate may only become […]

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