The deadline for Coconino County residents to register to vote for the Nov. 6 General Election is Tuesday, Oct. 9. To register, an individual must be a U.S. citizen, at least 18 years old by Election Day, reside within the County and have no felony convictions, unless civil rights have … [Read more...] about Voter Registration Open Until October 9
The Coconino County Board of Supervisors selected Mike Townsend to assume the position of Interim County Manager, following the retirement of long-time County Manager Steve Peru. Peru announced his retirement on October 7, after 32 years with Coconino … [Read more...] about County Appoints Interim Manager
The Coconino County Board of Supervisors selected Mike Townsend to assume the position of Interim County Manager, following the retirement of long-time County Manager Steve Peru. Peru announced his retirement on October 7, after 32 years with Coconino County. Townsend will assume the position of … [Read more...] about
The inventory of available Flagstaff homes for sale plunged over 10% from the first of September to the first of October. It’s not uncommon for listing counts to drop after Labor Day. In Flagstaff, with numbers of homes for sale already low, buyers in the lower price ranges are … [Read more...] about September Strong Month for Real Estate
Bearizona Wildlife Park is ushering in fall with their Howly Growly Owly Fall Festival, going on the entire month of October. Feel the crisp mountain air as you hop on their Howl-O-Ween Express Bus, which takes visitors through the animal enclosures, with a knowledgeable tour guide at 10am and 12pm … [Read more...] about Bearizona’s Fall Festival Underway
Next week, Weight Watchers members in Flagstaff will “give away” their unwanted pounds by collecting non-perishable food equivalent to their weight losses to date for St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance. The effort is part of the 4th annual Lose for Good® campaign, an initiative that fights hunger both … [Read more...] about Flagstaff Weight Watchers Helping St. Mary’s Food Bank
Basic Security Tips to Keep You Safe Join us for the next Flag Tech Talk lecture on Tuesday, October 18th at 6 p.m. at Kickstand Kafé. Learn some of the most basic ways you can protect yourself on the internet. So many people do things that open themselves up to problems on the web … [Read more...] about Basic Security Tips to Keep You Safe
In turbulent times, what is our survival strategy? Are things getting better or worse? Should we save, spend, or chuck it all and run for the Peaks? Reading today’s economy is not easy. Perpetual ups and downs, sometimes in the same week, demonstrate that the roller coaster has not stopped, even if … [Read more...] about From Coffee to Construction: Are We Saving or Spending?