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Prop 418, 422 fail among slew of Flagstaff initiative results

Two of the city’s most highly publicized propositions produced clear results Tuesday evening, as Proposition 418 and Proposition 422 both ended up failing to pass. → Read More

Election Day information for Coconino County

With the 2018 General Election arriving Tuesday, the Coconino County Recorder’s Office had received 30,425 of the 53,706 early ballots sent out to voters as of Friday. → Read More

Hester sentenced to life for 6-year-old's death

Found guilty of first-degree murder more than two months ago, Lillian Hester was sentenced to life in prison by Judge Dan Slayton on Tuesday morning. → Read More

Seumptewa pleads guilty to second-degree murder charge

Nearly 10 months after the death of Nicole Joe on Christmas Day, Vaughn Seumptewa pleaded guilty to second-degree murder Friday morning. → Read More

Bayou By You finds permanent home in Williams

Trading in the sound of a generator for zydeco, blues, jazz and funk music, J.D. and Tricia O'Reilly found a permanent home for Bayou By You in Williams earlier this → Read More

Northland Prep girls open season with 9-0 victories

Northland Prep’s reign atop the 2A Conference remains solidified after the first two matches of the regular season. → Read More

Updates on L Motel murder, other northern Arizona cases

While one of the four co-defendants in the September 2017 murder at the L Motel received three years probation as part of a plea agreement, the other three defendants have → Read More

NAU sends 3 to NCAA finals, five others remain in contention

With 11 Northern Arizona athletes competing on the first day of the NCAA West Preliminary, three punched tickets to the NCAA championship meet while five others advanced to the next → Read More

NAU's Grijalva set for 1500, 5K in NCAA track debut

After sitting out the indoor track season as he rested from a long cross country campaign, Northern Arizona freshman Luis Grijalva quickly proved his value to the Lumberjacks. → Read More

Girls athletics succeeding while spread thin at Northland Prep

With its high school enrolling just 329 students, including 176 girls, Northland Preparatory Academy still managed to come away with more championships in the 2017-18 academic year than all but → Read More

NAU men and women rally for Big Sky outdoor titles

Sitting in third place as a team with two events remaining, Northern Arizona’s plan to regain the men's Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championship played out perfectly. → Read More

Andersen breaks championship hammer record, NAU earns pair of bronzes in 10K

Northern Arizona’s Brooke Andersen opened the Lumberjacks’ run at the Big Sky Conference Outdoor Championships in Moscow, Idaho, with a record-breaking performance and her teammates followed by filling up Saturday’s → Read More

Late push sends Northland Prep girls to state team title

MESA — It took a pair of races coming together perfectly at the end of the night, but the Northland Prep Spartans found the points they needed. → Read More

NPA's Barger opens state meet with 1600-meter title

MESA -- Keelah Barger and Nora Blodgett entered the Division IV state track and field meet with multiple chances to earn medals for the Northland Prep Spartans. → Read More

NAU's Pipi Eitel off to an impressive start in collegiate career

After years of dominating the Montana track and field scene, Northern Arizona’s Pipi Eitel smoothly transitioned into the collegiate level. → Read More

Coconino softball run-rules Prescott in state play-in game

Having already earned a pair of victories against their Grand Canyon Region rival early this season, the No. 9 Coconino Panthers wasted no time jumping ahead of the No. 24 → Read More

Coconino tops Flagstaff, eyes state tournament berth

Comfortably inside the top 16 of Division II entering their regular-season finale, the No. 15 Coconino Panthers appeared to lock up their second straight state tournament berth Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

With depth diminished, NAU experimenting during spring practice

With eight of its top 10 leading tacklers returning, and essentially a starter at each position still available, the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks defense holds the advantage during spring practice. → Read More

Robin Pflugrad arrives at NAU with second chance after Montana controversy

Robin Pflugrad couldn’t be sure he’d end up with another opportunity at the higher levels of college football. → Read More

NPA girls tennis holds off Coconino, takes lead in city title race

Northland Prep’s Kate Bailey and Coconino’s Olivia Larson spent more than three hours on the court against one another Wednesday afternoon, with the two each coming away with a victory. → Read More