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Businesses Trading Hotel Rooms, Printing, Flowers

Imagine that a museum needs $1,000 worth of printing done. If the museum is a member of the Value Card Alliance (VCA), it could contribute $1,000 worth of memberships to the network and VCA would find a printer in the system to get the job done. In return, the printer would receive a $1,000 credit […]

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Local DNP Takes National Role

 The American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) today held a ceremonial “exchange of the gavel” as Angela K. Golden, DNP, FNP-C, FAANP took her place as the professional membership organization’s new President. She follows in the footsteps of Penny Kaye Jensen, who served as AANP President for the last two years. The ceremony took place […]

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Grand Canyon Shuttle Service Resuming

The National Park Service (NPS) will again offer shuttle bus service between Grand Canyon National Park and the neighboring town of Tusayan, Arizona in 2012. The Tusayan Route shuttle will be available from May 12 through September 7 and will run at 15-minute intervals between 8 a.m. and 9:30 p.m., daily. Each day, the first bus will leave […]

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Sedona Film Festival Unveiling New Theatre

As mid February approaches, construction crews are working furiously to complete the Mary D. Fisher Theatre. Funded primarily by philanthropist and activist Mary Fisher, the plush theatre will feature state of the art audio and visual technology, enhancing the film viewing experience. The executive director of the Sedona International Film Festival, Patrick Schweiss, is brimming […]

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Southwest Windpower Opening Office Near Denver

Southwest Windpower, the world’s leading manufacturer of distributed generation wind turbines, announced today the opening of an additional location in Broomfield, Colo., outside of Denver. The Flagstaff, Ariz.-based company is opening the additional facility to focus on development of a wind testing site and commercial sales. The new office is part of the company’s shift […]

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Moving Forward with Business Ideas

On Monday, a panel of local business people will answer some key questions.  Among them:  ‘How do I start my own business?’  And ‘How do people end up as entrepreneurs?’  The event is sponsored by the Northern Arizona Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology and the NAU W. A. Franke College of Business.  The panel will […]

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Sustainable Home and Garden Tour September 10th

In today’s world of soaring gas prices, increasing foreclosures, and environmental destruction, it is hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel. But there is good news: community members in Coconino County and Flagstaff, AZ are organizing an event that will promote plausible solutions that combine environmental stewardship, local economic development and […]

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Region Escaping Worst of Equine Virus

The recent outbreak of equine herpes across a number of western states, including Arizona, could not have come at a worse time in the season, according to Northern Arizona veterinarian Dr. Jim Maciulla. He explains that the scare over the virus happened during the middle of a series of major horse shows, rodeos and roping […]

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Buyers Signing Contracts but Closings are Few

Lots of info packed into last week’s video from National Association of Realtors Chief Economist Lawrence Yun. He covers the continued uptick of pending home sales in June and the dissappointing closing results following a similar uptick in May. Yun also covers the impact the gridlock in Washington has had on the economy and real […]

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Flake Protesting No. AZ Uranium Mining Moratorium

Republican Congressman Jeff Flake, who represents Arizona’s Sixth District, is including language in the House Interior Appropriations bill that would prevent the Obama Administration from withdrawing nearly one million acres of public and National Forest System lands north and south of the Grand Canyon to new uranium mining claims and exploration.  Interior Secretary Ken Salazar […]

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