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Wildflower Salon blooms up in Heritage Square

After years of cutting and styling in Flagstaff, sisters Lauren and Kaylie Ryan took the plunge and opened Wildflower Salon after finding out from a customer that the salon they → Read More

Flagstaff antique collector opens Bella Luna Magical Academy

Long, wiry hair? Check. → Read More

From Pilsners to Prickly Pear, Grand Canyon Brewing Company offers something for everyone

With its expanse of stained wooden tabletops and bar stools, elk skulls above a fireplace surrounded by cozy couches, it feels more like a mountain ski lodge than a brewery → Read More

From cake pops to cake: Mozelle's expands options with larger store

Andrea Knott and her family members have been busy since relocating Mozelle’s Bakery from the small, hidden office building on Aspen Street to the expansive shop in the heart of → Read More

Coconino County Fair celebrates 70 years

After the Coconino County Fair debuted at the Flagstaff Armory near Thorpe Park the weekend of Oct. 22, 1949, “Truman urges world control of atom” headlined the Arizona Daily Sun → Read More

Diving for lost treasure: Couple finds phones, wedding rings in northern Arizona waters

Mesa couple Daniel and Julia Rothenberger spend their weekends diving in different Arizona water holes for long lost treasure: smart phones, cameras, watches, and wedding rings. → Read More

Bear spotted off Fort Valley Road

Michael Hard spotted a black bear in his backyard on North Fort Valley Road on Sunday morning. Hard reported the bear sighting to Arizona Game and Fish. → Read More

Aspen Deli gets a West Coast revamp

While some may consider the corner of Route 66 and Beaver Street to be one of the most congested spots in Flagstaff, Aspen Deli’s new owners Carlos and Kristine Turrieta → Read More

How the Zanzucchi's have shaped Flagstaff for the past 90 years

The Zanzucchi house sits on Leroux Street, a stone’s throw from the historic Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Chapel, right where Flagstaff’s commercial downtown meets the residential. → Read More

St. Vincent de Paul celebrates 50 years of serving Flagstaff

While Flagstaff’s first St. Vincent de Paul conference was established in 1969 with the thrift store opening in 1977, the values that the Catholic-affiliated nonprofit represents go back for centuries. → Read More

Fifty years of deer

When the Grand Canyon Deer Farm opened in Williams on Aug. 15, 1969, locals and visitors got the unique opportunity to mingle not only with deer, but sheep, peacocks, pheasants, → Read More

Letters From Hope: Support from a stranger

It was early in 2017 when Daren Manley found the letter, hidden among fliers for dog walking services and missing pets on the bulletin board at Thorpe dog park. → Read More

Tea N' Lace: Victorian themed shop hints at simpler time

Laureen Grenus doesn’t just sell herbal teas and Victorian-inspired fashions at her downtown shop – she sells a lifestyle. → Read More

Flood insurance encouraged for residents, businesses

The Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce reminds residents that there is a high risk for flooding due to the Museum Fire, and encourages residents and business owners to purchase flood → Read More

Deluxe new coffee shop a hidden gem

There is no sign, but Lux North already has a steady stream of regulars that make the trek to the unmarked brick building at 111 E. Aspen Street for their → Read More

The Chile Box: New Mexican comfort food at its finest

With The Chile Box food truck, Nate Gordon brings flavors to Flagstaff from across the border – the New Mexican border, that is. → Read More

A tale of two Brandy's

Fans of the former La Bellavia in Flagstaff’s southside will be pleased to know that despite the brunch restaurant’s renaming to Brandy’s Café, much of the menu will stay the → Read More

Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy graduate now pro backup dancer

Flagstaff Arts and Leadership Academy graduate Darrion Gallegos, 26, is currently dancing his way through the east coast on Ariana Grande's "Sweetener" tour. → Read More

Northern Arizona Polarity: The art of energy therapy

The first thing clients notice when they walk into Deni Kahn’s Sunnyside studio is the fragmented photograph of a wolf pack above the massage bed. → Read More

Girls Who Code: Nonprofit encourages girls in tech

As Katharyn Duffy climbed the ladder for her bachelor’s degree studies in geology at Portland State, then a master’s in climate science and solutions and a doctorate in earth science → Read More