Corina Vanek, Arizona Daily Sun

Corina Vanek

Arizona Daily Sun

St Louis, MO, United States

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Past articles by Corina:

Who's in, who's out for Flagstaff council, mayor?

The clock is ticking down toward a Flagstaff city election that could see no one challenge the mayor and enough candidates for city council to generate a primary, even though → Read More

Spin bike share attracts 1,500 users in first month in Flagstaff

In the six weeks since Spin bike share launched in Flagstaff, about 1,500 riders have signed up for the app that allows them to borrow the bright orange bikes. → Read More

Flagstaff developer ready to build some houses for $265,000

A developer looking to build 119 homes in west Flagstaff may have more options after the city council opted to explore changes to the development agreement that would allow less → Read More

Flagstaff shelter looks to churches for overflow space during forest closure

For those experiencing homelessness in the Flagstaff area, the closure of the forest also means the loss of a temporary home just outside the city limits, where many people camp → Read More

Southside residents reveal splits as planning process begins

Sara Dechter and her staff have spent the last two months knocking on doors in the Southside neighborhood, asking residents their concerns about the area and what they value most → Read More

McMillan Mesa open space celebration Saturday

Approved by a majority of Flagstaff voters in 2016, Proposition 413 ordered the city council to designate 300 acres of city property on McMillan Mesa as permanent open space, subject → Read More

Flagstaff Council opts for bond to fast-track Lone Tree railroad overpass

The Flagstaff City Council directed city staff to pursue bond financing to pay for the biggest ticket item proposed by the Citizens Transportation Tax Commission: the Lone Tree Railroad Overpass. → Read More

Beaver Street to reopen in two weeks

Drivers in downtown Flagstaff will soon be free of steering around road construction and detours on Beaver Street and Dale Avenue, both of which are scheduled to reopen in two → Read More

Purina: Odor reduction more effective than planned

The first stage of a multiphase plan to reduce the odor emitted from the Purina pet food factory in east Flagstaff has been more effective than originally expected, company leaders → Read More

ADOT options for Milton include adding lanes, creating alternates

Would adding a reversible center lane on Milton that could accommodate different directions of traffic flow at different times help solve congestion problems? → Read More

Flagstaff council keeps camping ban amid outcry from homeless

A Flagstaff city ordinance that some contend “criminalizes sleep” will stand unchanged after city council members declined to change or repeal the city’s camping ordinance at its work session Tuesday → Read More

Peace Pole proposed for Flagstaff

May peace prevail on Earth. → Read More

Flagstaff home sales volume sets record for first quarter

A record-breaking first quarter for home sales in the Flagstaff area in 2018 could have been aided by a dry winter, giving a boost to what is normally the slowest → Read More

Flagstaff budget to include $100,000 for trailer park evictees

More than 50 families will stand to lose their homes by July 1, the final day an eviction order has given them to vacate the Arrowhead Village Mobile Home Park. → Read More

Resolution against ICE detainers passes 4-3 at Flagstaff City Council

The Flagstaff City Council narrowly passed a resolution condemning Coconino County Sheriff Jim Driscoll’s compliance with Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials and holding detainees past the amount of time required → Read More

Police, protesters gear up for Flagstaff NRA event Saturday

A planned fundraiser for the Northern Arizona branch of the Friends of the National Rifle Association will be met with protests Saturday afternoon near NAU's High Country Conference Center. → Read More

Flagstaff aims for employee benefits as pension burden grows

At the Flagstaff City Council’s final budget retreat of the fiscal year this week, members voiced the need to make public safety a priority but were faced with growing pension → Read More

231-unit apartment complex proposed on Butler, Sawmill

A 231-unit apartment complex and retail space is proposed to replace the Jeld-Wen Windows and Doors facility on Butler Avenue. → Read More

Public safety the focus of proposed 2019 Flagstaff budget

Public safety positions remain the focus of new hiring proposed in the city manager’s recommended budget for the second year in a row. → Read More

Northern Arizona railroad union members wary of autonomous trains

The thought of a 10,000-ton train going through northern Arizona with no conductor aboard has some railroad workers worried about what autonomous trains might mean for safety of pedestrians and → Read More