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Flagstaff’s Dynamic Changing Restaurant Scene

Former Phoenix Suns player and coach Dan Majerle is renovating the historic building on the corner of Route 66 and San Francisco Street that previously housed the Painted Desert Gift Shop. The target date for the opening of the fifth Majerle’s Sports Grill (pronounced Marley’s) location is Sept. 1. Managing partner A.J. Sulka started working […]

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Hastings Flagstaff Store Closing March 15th

Hastings Entertainment, Inc., a leading multimedia entertainment retailer with 137 stores in nineteen states has announced the closing of its 1540 South Riordan Rd. location on March 15, 2013. The store will be conducting a going out of business sale through March 15, 2013.   The Flagstaff location is closing due to the lease coming […]

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Flagstaff Nordic Center Open for Skiing

Flagstaff Nordic Center is open for cross country skiing and snowshoeing, one day earlier than last season.   Officials report they will remain open every day except Christmas Day as long as snow conditions allow. Forecasts call for additional snowfall throughout the weekend and several chances for additional accumulation before Christmas. Season Pass Holders Get […]

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Protecting South Flagstaff From Wildfire

James Perkins has lived in Williams for 46 years. He and fellow residents are well aware that a large wildfire could destroy the city. And structures spared by fire could be washed away in the flooding aftermath. Perkins thinks about these things and the many residents of Northern Arizona as his company, Perkins Timber Harvesting, […]

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Flagstaff Dunkin’ Donuts Now Open

Dunkin’ Donuts, America’s favorite all-day, everyday stop for coffee and baked goods, has opened its first Flagstaff restaurant on Milton Rd. “We’re excited to bring Dunkin’ Donuts to our fans in Flagstaff,” said franchisee Bert Haygena. “To have our signature coffee and donuts in Northern Arizona is something people have been clamoring for since Dunkin’ […]

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Stuff the Bus Saturday in Flagstaff

Help the Mountain Line and Mountain Lift teams “Stuff the Bus” for the eighth consecutive year this holiday season in gathering food and monetary donations for Northern Arizona Food Bank.   A Mountain Line bus will be at the Walmart Supercenter on Huntington Dr. from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 17 and […]

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Flagstaff’s Regional Plan

What is the Regional Plan and why should you care? The plan is supposed to be a blueprint of sorts for Flagstaff’s growth over the next 10 years. Most people have never heard of it (we have one now). But it can bite you or help you in ways you never expected. The plan is […]

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Flagstaff Chamber Mixer

November 8, 5:30 p.m. at Tyrrell-Marxen Chevrolet-Cadillac on Old Route 66.  The event is described as excellent opportunity to connect with other Chamber members, potential clients, and business colleagues. There is no better way to build your business and create more referrals than by making personal connections in this fun and informal atmosphere. Lavish hor […]

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First Friday-Flagstaff and Sedona

Oct. 5 On the first Friday of each month, from 5:00 – 8:00 pm, members of the Sedona Gallery Association offer a unique monthly showcase highlighting artists, special exhibits, and art events. These special art receptions give locals and Sedona visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments while beginning their weekend with an exploration of […]

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Updating Flagstaff Real Estate

June 2012 finds Flagstaff home sales healthier than they were one year ago, but still leaving much to be desired for both buyers and sellers. Volume of Flagstaff single-family homes sold was up over 18% in June compared with June 2011. Driving that volume was a median price drop of 11% year-to-year. For buyers, there is just not […]

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