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Resistance Training: Strength, Endurance, Weight Loss

It’s my favorite time of the year. It’s still summer, but the monsoons have brought delightful relief and cool nights. If you’re like me, you’ve spent most of the last few months outside biking, hiking and running, and you’re probably in pretty good shape after all that fun. But with the changing of the seasons […]

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Celebrating High Altitude Training

Robin Lyon is busy preparing for this month’s Half Ironman World Championships in Las Vegas. She made the cut after placing first overall in the 28th Annual Mountain Man Olympic Distance Triathlon. The event was held on the last day of the Summer Olympic Games, where conversations about training in Flagstaff enjoyed a world stage. […]

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CCC Training Skilled Nurses

The U.S. Department of Labor is predicting that the employment rate for nurses is expected to grow 26 percent in the decade 2010-2020, faster than the average for all other occupations. It is no surprise that programs destined to train nurses are at a high demand. One such program at Coconino Community College is producing […]

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United Way seeking Tax Assistance Volunteers

 Every year, residents of Coconino County forfeit an estimated $4 million in Earned Income Tax Credits because they either don’t know they’re entitled to tax credits, or they don’t file tax returns with the IRS. A family with three qualifying children can claim as much as $5,751 through the Earned Income Tax Credit. With tax […]

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CCC Receives GED and Caregivers Grant

The Arizona Department of Education awarded Coconino Community College (CCC) an $80,000 federal grant to improve basic literacy skills, earn a GED, and obtain a Caregivers’ Certificate. CCC is one of four colleges in the state to secure the two year Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (IBEST) grant.  At least 160 students are expected […]

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Cardinals Training Camp Underway in Flagstaff

The Arizona Cardinals football team is back in Flagstaff, preparing for their upcoming season by training at high altitude.  The Flagstaff training, where team members use the facilities at Northern Arizona University, is a favorite for many fans, who enjoy the up-close contact with players. Many  businesses also enjoy  the Flagstaff training camp, which generates […]

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Grant Will Benefit Local Economic Development

The Sustainable Economic Development Initiative (SEDI) has received a $15,000 grant from APS. The funding will support engineering and program design for the Northern Arizona Economic Development and Workforce Training Center (NAEDWTC). The NAEDWTC project is a long-term (5 year) effort that, when completed, will provide customized job training and co-location for economic development and […]

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Southwest Windpower Acquires SunWind Solutions 

Southwest Windpower, the world’s leading supplier of distributed wind generators, today announced the acquisition of SunWind Solutions, an advanced software developer for renewable energy systems.  The acquisition supports Southwest Windpower’s underlying ambition to make clean, affordable energy available to everyone. SunWind Solutions’ core competency lies in the development of web-based software that makes renewable energy […]

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