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Green Energy Generators Reducing Wildlife Collisions

Almost everyone wants to see more renewable power generation, but the compromise between conservationists and power companies can be an uneasy one. Just recently, a prairie dog colony was evicted from a site in East Flagstaff, while turbines at the pending wind power generation site near Williams may kill birds and bats, as well as […]

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Solar Power Projects Illuminating Northern Arizona

Last year, Arizonans received 26 percent more megawatt hours of renewable energy than the previous year, reported APS to the Arizona Corporation Commission in May. That was enough to surpass Arizona’s renewable energy goals – set by the Arizona Corporation Commission – for the third straight year. To help reach aggressive future goals, APS is […]

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Understanding Search Engine Optimization

Aug. 16th at 6:00 p.m. Having a website doesn’t mean anyone is ever going to find it! One of the most important things you can do to make your internet presence work for you is to have your site prepared correctly for the search engines. This discussion will look at lots of techniques to make […]

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Locals Hoping to Hit Jackpot on Twin Arrows Casino Bids

After last month’s groundbreaking at Twin Arrows Casino, Northern Arizonans hope to be put to work on the $150 million construction project. “Hopefully, work will be awarded to local contractors, but it is really up to the construction manager’s or owner’s discretion,” said Kim Brewster of Northern Arizona Building Association. “We have a lot of […]

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Peak Engineering Inc. Celebrating Success

The partners of Peak Engineering, Inc. in Flagstaff are celebrating their one year anniversary.   Julie Leid, Anne Dunno and Tom Smith left other engineering jobs to start a new firm during the recession.  The partners are reporting a successful first year and have hired their first employee. Julie Leid says Peak Engineering has a […]

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New 3G Cell Service for Flagstaff

AT&T is announcing the activation of a new 3G cell site in Flagstaff.  The new site is enhancing coverage for area residents and visitors between South Woody Mountain Drive to the west, West University Heights North to the east, West University Avenue to the north and West Kiltie Lane to the west. AT&T invested nearly […]

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Archaeology Drawing Tourists and Jobs

Northern Arizona is sprinkled with thousands of prehistoric archaeo- logical sites. Not only does the rich prehistoric legacy bring visitors to the area, but businesses involved in construction must be sensitive to surface and buried relics. When land development was in its heyday, archaeology consulting firms were busy with surface surveys and excavating. “For the […]

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Shooting Range On Track for 2013 Opening

The Arizona Game and Fish Department is moving forward with plans to build a shooting range east of Flagstaff.  Last year, the AZGFD purchased the 160 acre Foster Ranch near Walnut Canyon National Monument with the intention of developing a range.  The department has been looking for a suitable location for a shooting facility for […]

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City Prepares to Re-Open Bidding on Sawmill Property

Environmental Testing Confirms Soil Vapor Levels Acceptable for Residential Construction The City of Flagstaff has had a fourth and final independent set of tests, completed by the environmental consulting firm of Ninyo & Moore, which confirms soil vapor levels at the Sawmill property are acceptable for residential construction without mitigating measures and do not pose […]

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