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Wallow Firefighting Progress and Flood Preparation

Firefighting officials say the Wallow Fire in Eastern Arizona is 18% contained this afternoon, after consuming 469,407 acres. 36 structures have been lost, with 2,714 threatened. As crews work to prevent spread of the fire into New Mexico, 4,734 personnel remain fighting the fire. Some roads remain closed, but the Arizona Department of Transportation has […]

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NOVA Awards Scholarships for NAU Students

NOVA Corporation, a leading information technology company with offices in Window Rock, Ariz., Albuquerque, N.M., Chambersburg, Pa. and owned by the Navajo Nation, announces that  students from Flagstaff, Ariz. were awarded a NOVA Scholarship  to help with  higher education. The scholarship recipients include Chantz Atcitty, Amerlia Fuller, and Clinton Harris from Northern Arizona University and […]

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Motorists Urged to Prevent Wildfires

As the Wallow Fire continues to burn out of control, already consuming 389,000 acres, state authorities are urging people to use extra caution.  With humidity levels in the single digits, many areas of the state face extreme fire danger. In addition to the Wallow Fire, and Flagstaff’s Hill Fire which is contained, the Horseshow Two […]

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Networking Opportunity in Sedona

June 24  5:30-7:00 p.m  Sedona Chamber of Commerce mixer.  These events are usually attended by 175-200 people.  This month’s meeting will be held at Kokopelli Suites, 3119 W. State Route 89A.  Cost is $10 for members and $15 for non members.  More information is available at 928) 282-7722

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Construction Beginning Along Snowbowl Road

Construction is expected to begin this month along a segment of Snowbowl Road (Forest Road 516), as crews clear trees and build the snowmaking infrastructure for the ski resort.  More than six miles of water pipeline needs to be installed so the reclaimed water can be transported up the mountain. Construction will be adjacent to […]

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FMC Receives $47,400 Susan G. Komen Grant

For the eighth year in a row, Flagstaff Medical Center’s Therapy Services Department has received a grant from the Phoenix Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The $47,400 grant will provide treatment to those who suffer with lymphedema, a painful side effect of breast cancer treatment. Additionally, grant funds will be used […]

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Tax Revenues Up Significantly

Arizona’s Department of Revenue is reporting increases in sales for the past month with collections of sales tax at more than   $3.6 billion.  The ADR’s Elaine Smith tells Flagstaff Business News the figures are a healthy increase from the previous year. Significant gains were reported in car sales and general retail merchandise. MARCH 2011 […]

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Arboretum Tours With Research Scientists

Apr. 22.  The Arboretum at Flagstaff is celebrating Earth Day.   Join Research Scientist, Dr. Kris Haskins, as she leads three tours at 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., and 3:00 p.m. on Earth Day.  Tours will focus on sustainable features and research at The Arboretum.  For more information, call 928 774-1442 or visit thearb.org # # #  

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Spotlight: Alpine Community Acupuncture

FBN recently spoke with Chad Lambert,  who owns  Alpine Acupuncture with his wife, Christina.  The business uses a community acupuncture practice style, which enables the Lamberts to treat a greater number of community members.  The business is located in Sunnyside and offers a sliding scale to people seeking treatments. Why did you decide to open […]

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