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NAU Graduates Pay High Price to Stay in Flag

For most college students, graduation day brings a sigh of relief. After years of late night study sessions, assignment deadlines and challenging professors, graduation day means freedom from classrooms and the start of the next chapter of their lives. Or does it? For some recent graduates, uncertainties still remain. For example, where will they get […]

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Check It Out – Libraries A Central Gathering Place

In these trying times, it may seem difficult to find ways to entertain or educate yourself and your children on a limited budget. Look no further! The Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library and the East Flagstaff Community Library both have tons of free stuff to check out and plenty of activities designed to educate, inform […]

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Governor Announces Economic Competitiveness Package

PHOENIX – Governor Jan Brewer today called the Legislature into Special Session for the consideration of a comprehensive plan to put Arizona back to work. Known as the Arizona Competitiveness Package, the proposal includes a mix of targeted business incentives and broad tax reforms designed to rev the Arizona economy. “The Competitiveness Package will make […]

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SCA’s Don Jordan Elected to Chamber Board

Don Jordan, Director, Southwest Operations of SCA’s North American tissue division, has been elected to the Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce board of directors for a three-year term, which started on Jan. 1, 2011. “We feel that Don’s business acumen will really make a difference in the success of the chamber in 2011,” said Julie Pastrick, […]

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AZ Bioscience Jobs Grew During Recession

During the recessionary years of 2008-09, bioscience jobs in Arizona grew by 7 percent while Arizona’s overall private sector lost 11 percent of its jobs, according to a new performance analysis of Arizona’s bioscience sector, commissioned by the Flinn Foundation. The annual study by the Battelle Technology Partnership Practice found that Arizona continues to outpace […]

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Market Enduring for Traditional Rugs

The RB Burnham Trading Post exists in two worlds. There’s its home in Sanders on the Navajo reservation. Then there’s the outside world, the one that passes through in a trickle of tourists, the one that five generations of Burnhams have greeted, and more recently, traveled out to meet. The trading post started in Dinnebito, […]

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Driving Forces Behind Flagstaff’s Commercial Real Estate

       2010 has been a kinder year for commercial real estate here in our beautiful mountain town. We have seen prices stabilize and even rise a little bit in certain sectors. Investors are still hiding. but owner/users are seeing opportunities. Vacancies are still very high but decreasing. New development does not exist, but this […]

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Local Businesses Optimistic About Holiday Shopping

      From small independent shops to large nationwide retailers, Flagstaff businesses are looking forward to customers’ increasing confidence in the economy and planned generosity with gifts. In fact, the National Retail Federation (NRF) estimates sales to be up this November and December, the traditional holiday sales period, by 2.3 percent across the United […]

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