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Police log: Two sudden, accidental deaths reported over two days in Flagstaff
At approximately 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13, a man was found dead of what appeared to be an overdose inside his residence at 1924 N. East Street in Flagstaff.According to officers, the man's sister went to the house after not having seen her brother for a little over a week. Upon opening the do
Payson will never be Flagstaff
Payson will never be FlagstaffEditor:I do not live in Payson, but I do work, shop, handle business and go to activities there. I am wondering why the town council would even consider two ice skating rinks for a town of Payson’s size for the Rumsey Park plan?
Flagstaff, Coconino County To Partner On A New Animal Shelter, Formally Home To Second Chance - KAFF News
The City of Flagstaff and Coconino County are partnering to open High Country Humane, which home to the former Second Chance facility off North Highway 89. Paw Placement of Northern Arizona has been selected to run the facility under a new five-year contract. It will provide animal welfare services
Six seriously hurt in head-on crash at 27th Ave/Indian School Rd. in Phoenix
PHOENIX - Several people were seriously hurt after a head-on crash in Phoenix on Friday night. According to Phoenix fire, two vehicles crashed into each other head-on near 27th Avenue and Indian School Road. Fire crews said nine patients were involved in the crash, six of which are in critical condi
Suicidal subject barricades self in home with children
On Monday morning, Flagstaff Police Department officers attempted to serve a child custody order and search warrant on the East Side of town.Upon delivering the warrant, the subject barricaded himself with a firearm inside the residence with the children and threatened suicide.
Out to lunch? Apache County supervisors spend thousands of taxpayer dollars dining out
At the April 17 meeting, District I Supervisor Joe Shirley Jr. and District II Supervisor Alton Joe Shepherd voted to approve the override measure, but former District 3 Supervisor Doyel Shamley voted against it.
Guarding Against the Flu - Flagstaff Business & Online News | Northern Arizona Local Newspaper
Warm days, cool nights, yellow and gold leaves, black-eyed susan flowers and the flu–all signal the start of autumn in Northern Arizona. And though some of “fall’s glory” is welcomed; some is not, such as the flu.
Garcia visits Flagstaff as chamber chooses Ducey for governor
David Garcia, the Democratic nominee for Arizona's governor, speaks during an appearance at Collins Irish Pub Tuesday afternoon.
Flagstaff free firewood giveaways delayed
No chainsaw use will be permitted on site. All firewood is ponderosa pine and is cut-to-length. Please come prepared for the weather, with plenty of water and snacks, sturdy closed-toed footwear for rocky terrain, and work gloves.
SWAT responds to man barricaded in home with children
According to the Flagstaff Police Department, at approximately 6:10 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 15 officers attempted to serve a child custody order and search warrant in the Christmas Tree neighborhood.Upon delivery of the warrant, the subject barricaded himself with a firearm inside the residence with a
Rent or Buy: Either Way, You’re Paying a Mortgage - Flagstaff Business & Online News | Northern Arizona Local Newspaper
Renting short-term is sometimes necessary and even beneficial, especially if your credit needs some TLC or if you are unsure where you want to live. With that being said, whether your monthly payment is going to a landlord or a mortgage company directly, you are paying someone’s mortgage. Housing in
Two burglaries, attempted burglary impact Lake Mary neighborhoods
Two reports of burglaries and an attempted burglary from residences within a mile of each other in the Lake Mary area were filed with the Flagstaff Police Department last weekend.The two burglaries and one attempted burglary resulted in more than $12,000 in damages. One of the attempted burglaries h
Defense in NAU shooting case cleared in State Bar probe
FLAGSTAFF, AZ (AP) - The State Bar of Arizona has dismissed a conflict-of-interest allegation against attorneys for a man charged in a fatal shooting at Northern Arizona University. A retrial for Steven Jones was postponed while the State Bar investigated the allegation against Ryan Stevens and Bruc
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Flagstaff party complaints up again; Hub only a fraction
Party infractions in Flagstaff are on pace to increase for the second straight year, although it has less to do with The Hub than you might think.Of the 60 party incidents in August and September, eight have come from the new student housing development on Phoenix Avenue in the last seven weeks.In A
Smoke from pile burns to impact parts of Flagstaff Wednesday, Thursday
Fire managers will be conducting slash pile burns Wednesday, and continue Thursday if needed, near Flagstaff, Mountainaire, west Sedona and southwest of Clints Well.
No conflict found for attorneys of NAU shooting suspect
Steven Jones (Arizona Daily Sun via AP, File)FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – The State Bar of Arizona has dismissed a conflict-of-interest allegation against attorneys for a man charged in a fatal shooting at Northern Arizona University.A retrial for Steven Jones was postponed while the State Bar investigated th
Dear John: I’ve had it all wrong
I’ve recently been discussing why Flagstaff’s dating scene sucks so much. DTF (standing for downtown Flagstaff, among other things) is even a bumper sticker floating around town - the perfect motto for the boring mentality here. In last week’s article, I spewed sentiments about my conglomerate expe
Animal shelter may migrate back to Doney Park
Both Flagstaff City Council and the County Board of Supervisors will be taking up the issue of animal shelters Tuesday as they consider an intergovernmental agreement that would see the reopening of the Second Chance Center for Animals in Doney Park as the designated facility for animal shelter serv
President Cheng visits The Lumberjack
On one of the first snow days of the semester, President Rita Cheng came to the Media Innovation Center in the School of Communication to meet withThe Lumberjack. It was monumental for the student paper because this was the first time Cheng had come to personally talk to the editorial board.Like a j