Adrian Skabelund, Arizona Daily Sun

Adrian Skabelund

Arizona Daily Sun

Flagstaff, AZ, United States

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Recent articles by Adrian:

Flagstaff Medical Center receives face shield donation

On Tuesday morning, Flagstaff Medical Center received a much needed delivery in the form of 2,200 face shields. → Read More

City works with Nestle Purina to reduce dog food smell by 6%

What will a 6% reduction in the odor of dog food emanating from the Nestle Purina factory smell like? → Read More

Abandoned Flagstaff minimum wage study suggests $13

Once it reaches $15.50 an hour, the minimum wage will be $2.50 too high. → Read More

Inspired Flagstaff resident pays more than $18,000 for adoption fees at Coconino Humane

An early knock on the door resulted in a surprise for staff at Coconino Humane Association on Wednesday morning. → Read More

Mercedes-Benz dealership in Flagstaff closes its doors, but will it be for good?

The Mercedes-Benz dealership in Flagstaff closed earlier this month. → Read More

Shadow of 2018 hangs over housing proposal even as commission moves forward

Flagstaff voters are one step closer to seeing an affordable housing bond on the 2020 ballot. → Read More

Council shoots down amendment to min wage study

The study of the minimum wage will continue unchanged. → Read More

Chamber, Flagstaff City Council asked for help reinvigorating local businesses

The business community in Flagstaff is facing some strong “headwinds.” → Read More

Flagstaff Arts Council looking to the future with 2030 vision

Twenty years after the organization was created, the Flagstaff Arts Council is now planning for the next 10. → Read More

Flagstaff sales tax misses projections by a million dollars

The city of Flagstaff fell short of its expected sales tax income by almost $1 million during the past fiscal year. → Read More

Becky Daggett announces bid for city council in 2020

The race for city council in 2020 is not lacking for candidates. → Read More

Denny Lauritsen joins race for city council in 2020

The 2020 race for Flagstaff City Council has yet another contender. → Read More

City beautification commissioner Anthony Garcia running for city council

The chair of the city’s beautification commission, Anthony Garcia, announced he would be seeking a seat on Flagstaff City Council in 2020. → Read More

County and city officials mull flood district funding for cities

After clashing over funding from the Coconino County Flood Control District earlier this year, officials with the county and its cities sat down Tuesday to discuss the district’s funding priorities → Read More

Planning and Zoning Commissioner Eric Nolan announces bid for Flagstaff council seat

Another person has thrown their hat into the ring in hopes of sitting on Flagstaff City Council. → Read More

New Beulah Boulevard apartment complex in the midst of construction

Construction began earlier this year on a new multi-family apartment complex at the corner of Beulah Boulevard and University Heights Drive. → Read More

Flagstaff and ADOT move forward with Fourth Street/I-40 bridge replacement

Flagstaff City Council moved forward in its collaboration with the Arizona Department of Transportation to replace the Fourth Street bridges over Interstate 40. → Read More

25 lost jobs as Camping World in Bellemont closed earlier this month

After more than 18 years of operation, Camping World in Bellemont found itself among 36 other stores across the country that shut down earlier this month. → Read More

Protecting dark skies, city looks to better enforce lighting codes

It was about 7:45 p.m. and already dark when City Code Compliance Officer Mark Stento stood, spectrometer in hand, in the parking lot of one of the dozen motels along → Read More

City works with developer for Wildwood Hills flood prevention

The home of Ronald Stiene and his wife Sandy, residents of Wildwood Hills Home Park off of West Route 66, is fortified against flooding. → Read More