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Sedona, Ariz. Rejects Tobacco Purchase Age Increase - halfwheel

Officials of the scenic and tranquil city of Sedona, Ariz. haverejectedaproposalto increase the minimum age to purchase, possess and use tobacco products from 18 to 21-years-old.

HALFWHEEL.COM - 2018-05-26 15:00:44

Against the grain: Local bakery chooses filing cabinet over traditional storefront

When Adam Neisen came to Flagstaff it was to walk in the footsteps of others before him: He’d been accepted to NAU and was moving to town for school.But, as fate would have it, his path diverged into the culinary world, more specifically into the kitchens of local restaurants, where he quickly found

ARIZONA DAILY SUN - 2018-05-27 10:30:00

Cottonwood P&Z approves construction of Dutch Bros Coffee along State Route 89A

The new location will be located within the Food City Shopping Center along State Route 89A and Main Street, adjacent to Chase Bank. It will replace the former Barista Bar & Bagels, which previously resided in that location.

VERDENEWS - 2018-05-26 13:25:00

Beaver Street in Flagstaff reopens

The Beaver Street construction project, which began in June of 2017 and included utility and road improvements, was completed three months ahead of the original estimated timeline, according to a city of Flagstaff press release. Beaver had initially been scheduled to reopen in August.

ARIZONA DAILY SUN - 2018-05-26 17:30:00

Cottonwood official charged with altering drinking water test results

“From 2015 to 2016, Burnett allegedly instructed subordinate employees to modify the test results and paperwork associated with drinking water compliance samples in Cottonwood,” the release stated. “The altered results were submitted to the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality as part of the

DAILY COURIER - 2018-05-27 09:26:00

Gone Green Superfoods in Sedona celebrates 10 years of organic chocolate bars

In 2008 he found the source he was looking for: a Belizean farm of about 1000 farmers. After returning to Sedona and finalizing contracts, Hamburg co-founded Gone Green, a cacao production company, with his friend and now operations manager, Adam Watts.

VERDENEWS - 2018-05-26 12:56:00

Prescott Fire puts down more roadway blazes

Two Prescott Fire engines and a Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority engine responded to reports of multiple grass fires along the side of Iron Springs Road, seven miles west of the city, he said.

DAILY COURIER - 2018-05-26 06:02:00

Prescott FD Trail Rescue at Watson Lake

Two Prescott Fire Department engines and their technical rescue vehicle with the department’s boat responded Friday afternoon to a report of an unconscious male located on the hiking trail north of the northern boat ramp at Watson Lake. Initial reports indicated that a 72 year-old man had gone uncon

PRESCOTTENEWS.COM - 2018-05-26 00:00:00

Beaver Street, Dale Avenue reopen for Flagstaff drivers

The construction on Beaver Street included replacing underground utilities and access manholes.Drivers in downtown Flagstaff no longer have to navigate road construction and detours on Beaver Street and Dale Avenue as both have been officially reopened. More specifically, Beaver Street between Colum

ARIZONA DAILY SUN - 2018-05-27 01:03:00

Burglar Spies Help Wanted Sign, Gets Job With Unsuspecting Victim After Theft

During the first week of May, a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office detective received information that 49-year-old Michael Clark from Dewey, Arizona, had been bragging about the burglary from a local rock quarry. Detectives discovered that Clark resided near the MDI Rock properties. Detectives also fou


Sedona-Oak Creek School District teachers lose pay for strike

Teachers, children and supporters hold signs during a walkout demonstration along State Route 89A in West Sedona on April 27. Sedona school employees could use paid leave for the days of school closure, but for teachers who did not have enough paid leave to cover all six days, pay is being reduced f


Police need help identifying dead man

FOREST LAKES — Coconino County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) investigators think the dead body of an elderly man found in the forest may have been a homicide.The body had no identification when found so police still don’t know who he is, where he came from or how he died other than from blunt force trauma


Are You Healthy Enough?  - Flagstaff Business & Online News | Northern Arizona Local Newspaper

We’ve all seen those commercials with the disclaimer telling you to check with your doctor to make sure your heart is healthy enough for physical activity. My advice this month is to check with your tax preparer to make sure your tax planning is healthy enough for any life moves you might make. Most


Arizona chef Lisa Dahl to appear on Food Network's 'Beat Bobby Flay'

SEDONA, AZ - Sedona chef Lisa Dahl is pitting her culinary talents against those of chef and Food Network star, Bobby Flay.


Arizona Attorney General indicts former Cottonwood employee

“From 2015 to 2016, Burnett allegedly instructed subordinate employees to modify the test results and paperwork associated with drinking water compliance samples in Cottonwood,” the release stated. “The altered results were submitted to the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality as part of the


Mingus Union athletes of the year: After transferring from Sedona, Zielinski led three teams

Former Mingus Union, baseball, boys basketball, girls basketball, football, softball and track and field coach Bob Young said Zielinski has impressed him. He was an assistant softball coach this season.


Cottonwood official accused of altering drinking water test results

According to ahealth department website, "Coliforms are bacteria that are always present in the digestive tracts of animals, including humans, and are found in their wastes. They are also found in plant and soil material." Most forms of the bacteria do not cause disease, however, a rare form include


Critical fire weather on tap east of Flagstaff for Saturday

Critical fire weather is set to return to northern Arizona Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.Navajo and Apache counties and eastern Coconino County will see warm weather and winds gusting to 40 mph. Flagstaff will see highs in mid-70s and winds gusting to 38 mph, just below the R


Spending Grows an Economy  - Flagstaff Business & Online News | Northern Arizona Local Newspaper

What grows an economy? Consumer spending. That’s why consumer spending is 70 percent of the Gross Domestic Product – the indicator for national economic growth. When there is plenty of spending, the economy grows, providing more people with more money to spend on the efforts of more people. This is 


Coconino County patrolling for illegal fires from air

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Strong winds and low humidity are putting several counties in the High Country under a fire weather watch during Memorial Day weekend, and law enforcement was already out earlier in the week with air patrols making sure people didn’t violate fire restrictions.