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Economy Could See Boost from Potash Mining

During the 1960s and 1970s, two companies called Arkla Exploration and the Duval Corporation explored Northern Arizona for potash in the Holbrook Basin by drilling over 100 holes. The Holbrook Salt Basin is a project area that rests approximately seven miles east of Holbrook, Arizona. A report was released with compelling evidence that the location […]

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Three Dead at Northern Arizona Campground

(update below) Coconino County Sheriff’s Deputies and Detectives are investigating a shooting that left two men and one adult woman dead and a forth adult female critically injured.  The shooting happened last night at about 11:20 at a Mormon Lake Camp ground.  It is believed that the victims were participants in an annual motorcycle rally taking place […]

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Part II: Coming Out of the Ground

Flagstaff’s Green Builder:  Steps to Building an Energy Star Home This is the second installment in a series chronicling the steps to building an energy efficient home. The articles are based on projects underway in Flagstaff. We are building a house for a professor just north of NAU who has made energy efficiency a priority. […]

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Navajo Nation Breaks Ground on Casino

Construction on the Twin Arrows Resort and Casino 20 miles east of Flagstaff is officially underway.  Flagstaff  Business News attended the groundbreaking and learned predictions for Flagstaff’s annual economic impact from the resort casino will be $300,000 annually. The project will be upscale, including a hotel, spa, conference center and golf course in addition to […]

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