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Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy is working on a plan to smooth out some of the hills and valleys in its annual financial roller coaster. [Read More]
The Flagstaff Family Food Center, Food Bank & Kitchen Board of Directors announced this week that Executive Director Lindsey Spear is resigning to spend more... [Read More]
Flagstaff and other cities are turning a page on jobs and income! [Read More]
Federal officials have reached a settlement to have eight abandoned uranium mines assessed on the Navajo Nation. [Read More]
I understand from an article in the Daily Sun that some eastsiders are complaining about wayside horn noise. Well, my wife and I are eastsiders... [Read More]
100 Years Ago... [Read More]
Former employees of Arizona's second largest school district by enrollment were blacklisted from ever working again for the district despite never having serious disciplinary issues... [Read More]
The Flagstaff Arts Council and the Coconino Center for the Arts are beginning the new year with two exhibits that look at change, growing technologies... [Read More]
Once again we read in the Daily Sun where Representative Bob Thorpe, R-Flagstaff, is busy at work trying to protect his own interest to the... [Read More]
In preparation for their annual competitive grants processes, the Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff invites representatives of Tuba City, Page/Lake Powell and Williams area nonprofit... [Read More]
Thank you for choosing to run the guest column "Why you should make end of life decisions now." (January 3) Kristen McConnell is obviously a... [Read More]
With new parking restrictions, a revised snow recreation map and the closure of two popular snowplay areas, the winter recreation picture is changing around Flagstaff... [Read More]
Although the Wing Mountain and Crowley Pit snowplay areas may be closed this winter, there are still ample opportunities to enjoy the snow in the... [Read More]
Recently, the Daily Sun published a letter from one Mr. Donald Young. He related that he'd seen the movie "The Darkest Hour," and was inspired... [Read More]
To the editor... [Read More]
True Fitness' clientele is a little different from what you might find at other gyms, according to owner Preston Gilbert. While it has members of... [Read More]
Artists are now invited to enter the Second Annual Northern Arizona Nasty Women Art Exhibition (NAZNWAE 2.0), with proceeds benefitting nonprofits advancing the rights of... [Read More]
While Kaprice Boston put the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks ahead by three thanks to a 3-pointer with 2:29 left on the clock, the Southern Utah Thunderbirds... [Read More]
Needing at least 80 points in all six of their wins this season, the Southern Utah Thunderbirds just reached the mark Saturday afternoon against the... [Read More]
A Flagstaff second grader took second place at the Arizona State Grade Chess Championships held Jan. 6 at Sinagua Middle School. Steve Wongso of Gilbert... [Read More]
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