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Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema was in Flagstaff Friday, getting a tour of flood damage from the Schultz-Pipeline flood area. Sinema went through Wupatki Trails and
As the school year approaches around the corner, Mountain Line is reminding Flagstaff residents of available bus passes for students. There are nine routes throughout
Gas prices in Arizona continue to fall as the price of oil remains under $100 a barrel for the second straight week. Triple-A Arizona says
The City of Flagstaff Received $2.4-Million In Assistance To Help With Flood Mitigation Due To Pipeline Fire Flooding
The Natural Resources Conservation Service is providing $2.4-million in assistance to the city for the Schultz Creek Sediment and Flood Mitigation Detention Basins Project through
This year’s Monsoon was forecast to have an equal percentage of above average, normal or below average rainfall. It’s easy to see that so far
The grandmother of a six-year-old Flagstaff boy, who passed away in March of 2020 after he was locked in a closet for about a month
The foot bridge at Fain Park in Prescott Valley is closed to the public after significant flooding Monday, washed a large amount of debris from
Flooding hit Flagstaff again Wednesday. This time flood waters overflowed the banks of Schultz Creek and shutdown Highway 180 for around an hour. Water went
The Monsoon’s are not letting up anytime soon. That means people may either need sandbags, or need more sandbags to enhance mitigation around their homes
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