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Most of the nation's schools have closed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, and there's no certainty on whether they'll be open next school year.... [Read More]
The greatest threat to the well-being of children isn't a virus: It's their parents, according to some academics. [Read More]
As we continue with social distancing, I have noticed many people in public places without masks. We are all weary of the restrictions that are... [Read More]
A 3-year-old girl has died after being pulled from a pool at a Glendale home, according to police. [Read More]
In the fall of 1978, I served aboard the guided missile destroyer, USS Waddell, DDG 24. We were on a western Pacific deployment to the... [Read More]
Slowly and hesitantly, as Flagstaff emerges from the COVID-19 lockdown, religious congregations are taking tentative steps to resume in-person services. [Read More]
People flock to Flagstaff for any number of reasons, most having to do with this mountain town's many charms, too boosterish to detail here. [Read More]
For the past decade, this time of year has signaled the arrival of Canyon Movement Company's spring dance festival. If this were a typical year,... [Read More]
I ache for our northern neighbors, the members of the Navajo Nation. Like many other minorities in this country, the Navajo people have suffered sickness... [Read More]
They were married in the sterile, but judicious, environs of the Coconino County Courthouse — nary a flower in sight and certainly no harpist plucking... [Read More]
With the Grand Canyon National Park testing the first phases of reopening, access to the vast network of canyon trails and park amenities remain mostly... [Read More]
Since moving to Flagstaff 10 years ago, I've always had one constant -- somewhere to go every Tuesday night. I can barely remember a week... [Read More]
Just heard that President Rita Cheng is taking a 10% pay cut, because of NAU's budget issues. I'm sure that all the faculty who've been... [Read More]
An abandoned campfire ignited a wildfire this week on Mount Lemmon in southern Arizona while fire restrictions were in effect, forest service officials said. [Read More]
If there's any doubt that wildfire poses a high risk to property in Arizona, the U.S. Forest Service would like to paint a different picture... [Read More]
Firefighters rescued a teenage boy from an abandoned mine shaft after he fell about 50 feet (15 meters) while driving an all terrain vehicle in... [Read More]
A federal agency has approved two permits for a hydroelectric dam developer to study the Little Colorado River located on Navajo Nation for their applications... [Read More]
Dear EarthTalk: A friend's dad said it was such a shame that video gaming causes so much global warming, but I don't see the connection. [Read More]
After months of delayed operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, staff with the 2020 census began delivering questionnaires to front doors this week. [Read More]
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