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ABC Offering New Live Streaming Service

ABC15 announces the launch of mobile live streaming, becoming the first television station in Phoenix to bring you this exciting, new technology for mobile phones and tablets, including the Apple™ iPad. The live mobile streaming allows viewers to watch live video on the go, making it easier to follow breaking news as it happens. The […]

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Local Agency’s Secrets to Serving International Clients

Northern Arizonans traveling to far away destinations like Hearst Castle, Niagara Falls or the San Antonio River Walk this summer will notice dramatic, full-color billboards, banners and advertising pieces designed by a small Flagstaff ad agency. WM. McElfresh Advertising Inc. develops and produces all promotional materials for Destination Cinema, a partner of the National Geographic […]

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Professor Helps Researchers Uncover Cholera Outbreak

Employing technology that reads the entire DNA code, researchers led by the Translational Genomics Research Institute and the Technical University of Denmark have pinpointed the source of a cholera outbreak in Haiti that killed more than 6,000 people and sickened 300,000. Paul Keim, Regents Professor of biology at Northern Arizona University and director of the TGen […]

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FBN recently spoke with Joe Bodin.  He is the lead Website Designer and President of Flagstaff Central.com, Inc.   His business specializes in website design and internet marketing. Bodin does his work for clients in his home-based office.  Not long ago, he started Flag Tech Talk, helping individuals and businesses who want to learn more […]

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NOVA Awards Scholarships for NAU Students

NOVA Corporation, a leading information technology company with offices in Window Rock, Ariz., Albuquerque, N.M., Chambersburg, Pa. and owned by the Navajo Nation, announces that  students from Flagstaff, Ariz. were awarded a NOVA Scholarship  to help with  higher education. The scholarship recipients include Chantz Atcitty, Amerlia Fuller, and Clinton Harris from Northern Arizona University and […]

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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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Sedona Energy Labs Wins Innovation Challenge

Recognized for its advances in solar tracking systems and algorithms, Sedona Energy Labs (SEL) was awarded one of eight grants in the Arizona Commerce Authority’s Arizona Innovation Challenge.  SEL won for its InteliTrack™ Solar Tracking System that generates up to 40% more power from a solar array and for its MaxxTRAK™ Solar Controller, a microchip-based unit […]

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Motor Excellence Expanding in Flagstaff

When Motor Excellence, an innovative clean technology company in Flagstaff designing high efficiency electric motors, received a $962,000 grant from the 21st Century Grant Program coordinated by the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) in 2009, it hired five new workers the next day. The grant program is designed to utilize federal stimulus funds to invest in and […]

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Moving Toward Semi-Public University

Northern Arizona University is reinventing itself as a semi-public institution amid record enrollment increases and diminishing state support, President John Haeger said during a public forum  at the High Country Conference Center. More than 200 people attended the event to hear the president address how the university will mitigate the $30 million cut  for FY2012, […]

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