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Armed robbery on Lake Mary Road
At approximately 4 a.m. a man entered the store, pointed a gun at the clerk, and demanded money, according to an FPD press release. The suspect told the cashier that he had a grenade in his left hand. He then grabbed the cash register off the counter and fled the area heading west, the report states
Police arrest 12-year-old in connection with school threat
SHOW LOW — Police arrested a 12-year-old Lakeside boy Monday, Aug. 13, in connection with what police called a credible threat."On Aug. 13, 2018 a report was made to Show Low Police Department of a seventh grader at Show Low Junior High School making threats," Show Low Police Department Cmdr. Brad P
Timberline Firearms & Training - Flagstaff Business & Online News | Northern Arizona Local Newspaper
A new Flagstaff business is creating jobs and filling a void in the local landscape. Timberline Firearms & Training is Flagstaff’s first indoor shooting range. Co-owner Elise Willson joins On the Grid host Bonnie Stevens to talk about the new facility, gun safety, classes and the fastest growing dem
Navajo Code Talkers Day celebration planned for Tuesday
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) - Navajo officials say a celebration of the Navajo Code Talkers will be held Tuesday. The Navajo Nation Office of the president and vice president says this year's annual event will start at 9 a.m. in Window Rock, Arizona,
Candidate forum set for Navajo Nation Council seat
FARMINGTON — A group on the Navajo Nation has organized a candidate forum for the three individuals seeking to represent the chapters of Beclabito, Cove, Gadii'ahi-Tokoi, Red Valley, Toadlena-Two Grey Hills, Tooh Haltsooí and Tsé Alnaozt'i'í on the Navajo Nation Council.
Don't stand for the NFL
If NFL football players won't stand in honor of the National Anthem and the flag of the USA (purchased by blood) then fans, please don't stand:Don't stand in line to purchase tickets; don't stand in line to enter the park; don't stand in line to buy an Oscar Meyer, a Coke, a Pepsi, or a Budweiser. D
Potential new coal plant operator offers few new details
FLAGSTAFF,Ariz.(AP) — A Chicago-based company in negotiations to take over a coal-fired power plant in northernArizonasaid it would run the generating station at less than half its existing capacity to ensure it's economical, a company official said Tuesday.
Navajo Nation demands compensation from Gold King Mine spill
Aug. 5 marked the three-year anniversary of the spill, which dumped 3 million gallons of toxic wastewater into the Animas and San Juan rivers. A mustard-yellow plume of toxins swept downriver, poisoning water sources for thousands of people who rely on the river for farming or livestock.
Winslow junior varsity football schedule set for season
WINSLOW, Ariz. — The Winslow Bulldogs junior varsity football team will play nine games this season starting Aug. 16, against the Blue Ridge yellowjacket junior varsity in Pinetop.
Winslow Bulldogs kick off 2018 season against Blue Ridge
WINSLOW, Ariz. — The Winslow Bulldogs will start the 2018 season on the familiar turf of Emil Nasser Stadium against the Blue Ridge Yellowjackets at 7 p.m. on Aug. 17.The teams have been rivals for decades and both are known for their good football programs. Both are hoping to get this season off to
Rep. Tom O’Halleran sits down with the Navajo-Hopi Observer to talk Native issues
He said jobs, education, health care and veterans issues were the top concerns on the reservation as they are for most rural Arizonians.
Unconscious driver pinballs vehicle near busy downtown intersection
As the late-night Friday crowd began to flock downtown, a man driving through North San Francisco Street had a behind-the-wheel medical emergency that caused two car collisions.Two people were injured in the collisions and sent to the Flagstaff Medical Center for medical attention.The accident happe
Local hair salon sees possible break-in, damaged window
The Cut Flagstaff salon, located at 113 W. Birch Ave., had its storefront window damaged late Friday night.Renee Aldrich, courtesy
Tribal holiday recognizes Navajo Code Talkers
More than 400 Navajo men were recruited by the U.S. Marines during World War II to develop and utilize a code in their native language, which was used to transmit military messages, according to the National Museum of the American Indian.
Arizona dog becomes Instagram famous for his 'screaming'
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Thousands of people have fallen in love with Mo, an Arizona dog who “screams” like a person.
Big move for local prairie dogs
Squeak. Chirp. Scree.Chances are you’ve probably heard the unique warning bark of the Gunnison prairie dog while passing by a shrubby, grassy area around town. These highly social burrowing ground squirrels have 11 distinct barks for a variety of predators. Unfortunately, the prairie dogs don’t yet
Last Day to Request Early Ballot by Mail
The Coconino County Elections Office reminds registered voters that the last day to request an early ballot to be mailed for the August 28 Primary Election is Friday, Aug. 17.Voters on the Permanent Early Voting List (PEVL) who are registered with the Democratic, Libertarian, Green or Republican Par
Preserving El Pueblo and Code Talker History - Flagstaff Business & Online News | Northern Arizona Local Newspaper
When Jacquie Kellogg of West USA Realty sold the recently demolished Wonderful Hotel, she had no idea that sale would stir her passion for historic buildings in Flagstaff. Soon after, the owner of El Pueblo Motor Inn called her to ask if she would serve as listing agent for the motel. It was then sh
Flagstaff Fire Department rescues man trapped in storm drain for two days
Just before 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, the Flagstaff Fire Department sent personnel to the east side of the city after receiving a report of a person trapped in a storm drain. Those first on the scene found a man about 30 feet below ground who had fallen through a series of drainage tubes. Flagstaff Fir
NAU’s Teachers Academy is Bringing Skilled Instructors to Arizona Classrooms - Flagstaff Business & Online News | Northern Arizona Local Newspaper
We are offering a new pathway to bring teachers into Arizona classrooms, and providing a way for those teachers to follow their dreams tuition-free or with low cost options. Under the NAU Teachers Academy that Governor Ducey launched last year, we have established “Grow Your Own” partnerships that a