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Gov. Ducey Begins Federal CARES Act Funds Distribution To Schools

The Governor’s Office announced on Thursday that the process has begun to distribute $370 million in federal CARES Act funds to public and charter schools in the state.The Enrollment Stabilization Grant (ESG) Program, a form of COVID relief funding, has allocated a total of $716 million toward Arizona K-12 schools.The program was first announced as […]

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Opportunity for Funding Nonprofit Organizations, Page/Lake Powell, Tuba City, Williams

The annual competitive grants process for the communities of Northern Arizona facilitated by the Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff will provide financial support to worthy projects and programs serving residents of Williams, Page/Lake Powell and Tuba City. The online grant application is now open at azfoundation.org/grants. Completed applications must be submitted before 4:00 p.m. on […]

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Funding a Business Acquisition

WCI Brokers is the largest full service business brokerage firm in Northern Arizona. As business brokers, we have facilitated over 500 business acquisitions in Northern Arizona over the past 15 years. This article is one of a series of articles written by our professionals at WCI Brokers on topics important to business owners. Funding a […]

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Lowell Observatory’s Expanding Universe

It’s not only with the new Discovery Channel Telescope (DCT) that operations are getting bigger at Lowell Observatory. They’ve also been hiring new staff, revamping the website and expanding outreach activities. A lot of the money to fund the upswing in research activity at the observatory has come through the hard work of its research […]

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B of A Granting $10K to Local Agency

BOTHANDS, Inc., a HUD-approved nonprofit counseling agency, today announced it has received a $10,000 grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation. The funds will be used to provide direct housing counseling and education services to local families across northern Arizona. Through ongoing counseling programs BOTHANDS helps first-time homebuyers prepare for homeownership and navigate the […]

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Diane Lenz Running for County Supervisor

Today Diane Lenz announced her candidacy for Coconino County Supervisor, District 1. Current Supervisor, Carl Taylor is retiring. District 1 includes Flagstaff downtown (north of Rt. 66) and neighborhoods west and northwest of Flagstaff, (e.g., Boulder Point, Equestrian Estates, Cheshire, Baderville), Tusayan, Fredonia, Kaibab Estates West and Supai.   A resident of Coconino County since […]

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State Offering Flood Prevention Funding

Properties impacted by flooding downstream of the Schultz Fire burn area, may see the benefits from state financial assistance. Governor Jan Brewer today announced plans to allocate $305,000 to Coconino County to aid in its recovery from flood damage caused by the Schultz Fire of June 2010, as well as to mitigate future flood damage […]

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Flagstaff’s Pulliam Airport Receiving Grants

Pulliam Airport is one of five statewide airport improvement projects being funded by $21 million.   Four airports will receive funds for one project; Flagstaff will get funding for two.  The State Transportation Board has given final approval of the funding. $392,045 will go toward phase one construction of an aircraft rescue and fire fighting […]

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Moving Toward Semi-Public University

Northern Arizona University is reinventing itself as a semi-public institution amid record enrollment increases and diminishing state support, President John Haeger said during a public forum  at the High Country Conference Center. More than 200 people attended the event to hear the president address how the university will mitigate the $30 million cut  for FY2012, […]

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Mapping the Course for the Future of AZ

Arizonans Invited to participate in new “Five Communities Project” The Center for the Future of Arizona has announced a new initiative, the  “Five Communities Project,” which will provide assistance to communities that wish to improve themselves through greater citizen involvement. CFA, a Phoenix-based nonprofit organization led by former Arizona State University President Lattie Coor, will […]

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