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Throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic, Masks have been a controversial issue, especially for business owners. Flagstaff business owners have seen mixed results when it comes to
The Arizona Supreme Court will hear a defamation case involving District 6 State Senator Wendy Rogers. The “Arizona Capitol Times” reports Rogers attacked her opponent,
Arizona Senator Mark Kelly was in Flagstaff Wednesday to talk to health care and business leaders in the Sunnyside neighborhood. The Senator toured North Country
The Flagstaff City Council voted Tuesday to abandon their stake in land in the Southside Neighborhood and a future apartment complex is delayed again. The
Portions of the Verde River will be closed for two weeks to remove unauthorized or feral cattle. Starting May 10 and lasting through May 24,
Kinsey Inquiry and Discovery School in Flagstaff has become the first school in the state to begin the “All Kids Bike Program.” The community raised
Governor Ducey signed a bill into law today that will allow community colleges to offer four-year degrees. Ducey says “this is “Opportunity for All” in
Two Arizonans are being honored with the JFK Profile in Courage Award, with one of the two being from Flagstaff. Darrell Marks is the Native
Governor Doug Ducey rescinded an executive order Monday that waives the requirement that a person receiving unemployment benefits must be actively looking for work in