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Governor Launching Schools Report Card Site

Governor Jan Brewer today launched the “Arizona Ready Education Report Card,” an online data tool designed to monitor the State’s progress in reaching its educational goals. View the Education Report Card at www.ArizonaReady.com.   “This online Education Report Card puts right at parents’ finger tips some of the most critical information about the quality of our schools […]

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Technology Helping Small Businesses

Today’s rapidly evolving pace of technology has obviously changed the way we send and receive information. As small business owners, trying to keep up can be overwhelming, but we must adjust the way we market to and connect with our customers if we’re going to stay competitive. As a new business owner, I quickly realized […]

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Getting and Maintaining a Website

Apr. 18 at 6 p.m. The process of getting a website sometimes feels like a huge task for a small business owner to conquer. The first step is to understand what it takes to get a website. This lecture will outline these steps with helpful tips, some cost concepts, and will help you understand what you […]

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Flagstaff Sno-Park Proposing Sustainable Business

 Two Flagstaff natives are working with the City of Flagstaff to open a snow-play park within the city limits. John Crowley and T.J. Dana promise a first-class tubing park that will offer activities for all ages – if they can get a lease agreement and approval from the city. Plans for Flagstaff Sno-Park include gentle […]

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Measuring Online Marketing Success

Measuring the effectiveness of online marketing initiatives is relatively easy. So, why do so few of us do it? It’s another of the mysteries of online marketing. First, let’s look at website statistics. You can learn a tremendous amount from looking at (a) where traffic to your website is coming from, and (b) visitor behavior […]

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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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Partnering for Watchable Wildlife

One of the great advantages of living in Northern Arizona is the chance to see all sorts of wildlife. Now, knowing where you’ll have the best chance to do that in the Flagstaff area should soon be easier. Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) is developing a new Watchable Wildlife program for the Flagstaff area. […]

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Reaching Your Mobile Audience

Things have changed a lot since The Who recorded their song about being mobile in the sixties. Back then they were talking about being able to make toast and tea while on the road. Now, there’s a lot more people can do via their “mobile devices” – although toast and tea are not among them! […]

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Lowell Observatory’s Discovery Partnership

Lowell Observatory announces that Boston University (BU) has signed a long-term agreement to become a partner for the Discovery Channel Telescope (DCT). The agreement in perpetuity grants BU astronomers use of the world-class, four-meter telescope for 40 or more nights each year. “Lowell Observatory has a strong relationship with BU that we expect will get […]

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Arizona’s Car Sales Second Strongest in U.S.

Phoenix is the second hottest U.S. Market for new car sales, following Atlanta, Georgia.  The information was released today by Edmunds.com,  the premier online resource for automotive information. An Edmunds.com analysis of automotive registration data reveals that new retail car registrations in the Atlanta metropolitan area were 24 percent higher in the first half of […]

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