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United Way of Northern Arizona Celebrates Successful Campaign

Nearly 275 community partners joined United Way of Northern Arizona at today’s Annual Meeting and Recognition Event to celebrate a successful campaign and look forward to the coming year. Keynote Speaker Paul J. Luna, President and CEO of Helios Education Foundation emphasized the importance of enriching lives through education by cultivating strong community relationships and […]

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Creating Relationships

“Have I got a deal for you!” Those words are sure to make you cringe as you run in the opposite direction from the proverbial salesperson and whatever they’re hawking today. “Only $9.99!” they shout, following you through the store as they plead for just a minute of your time. A polite “No thank-you” gets […]

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Deciding Whether to Invest in Social Media

Since social media is still so new, it can be hard to find good statistics on the return of investment, and that makes some business owners wary about sinking time and money into the endeavor. However, there are countless stories of very successful social marketing campaigns. Whether reviewing the small local pizza company in Chicago […]

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Northern Arizonans Keeping it Fresh

With the New Year upon us, resolutions abound. Topping the list each year is often a health, fitness or weight-loss related goal. For many, meeting this goal means signing up at a gym come January, the busiest month for fitness clubs. Gym memberships have been consistently growing over the past decade, reaching an overall number […]

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Honoring the Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

“Today, Arizonans and Americans commemorate the life and legacy of one of our nation’s most pivotal and influential civil rights champions, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.   “In a 1957 address to a Montgomery, Alabama, crowd, Dr. King proclaimed – ‘Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?’ On this […]

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Same Kids, Different World

There’s this thing that I call the Gee-Whiz Syndrome. A possible corruption of the decidedly outdated, “geewhillikins,” or euphemism for “Jesus” expressed as an invective, “gee whiz” is often used nowadays as an adjective to describe the naïve wonder attached to something new or unheard of, like gee-whiz technology, to characterize the latest gadgetry. The […]

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Flagstaff Ale Trail Kicking Off

 The Flagstaff Ale Trail, a walking tour of craft breweries, debuts this week. Participants join the Ale Trail by purchasing a souvenir passport and unique silicone beer pint atFlagstaffAleTrail.com and then start their self-guided tour of downtown breweries at either Lumberyard Brewing Company or Flagstaff Brewing Company. Also with their passport, Ale Trail walkers receive a […]

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County Supervisor Celebrating Indian Country

Coconino County District 5 Supervisor Lena Fowler found a new way to celebrate old values at the 43rd Annual To’Nanees’Dizi Western Navajo Fair here Saturday. This year’s fair theme honored the memory of Chief Manuelito, one of the Navajos’ principle war chiefs and a signer of the Treaty of 1868 who encouraged his people to embrace education. […]

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FBN recently spoke with Mark Guard, owner of Guardian Appraisal Services in Flagstaff.  Guard has been in business for many years, and seen his industry change significantly since the start of the recession.  While lending agencies are changing the way they do business, most people believe honest appraisers are more important to property owners than ever […]

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