The Coconino County Elections Office is in need of poll workers for the upcoming May 17 special election. Contact the county at 928-679-7868 or by visiting http://Coconino.az.gov/195/elections
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The Flagstaff City Council unanimously appointed Khara House Tuesday night to the vacant council seat left by Becky Daggett who recently resigned to run for mayor. House will serve until December 20th. House previously served on the Flagstaff Housing Commission.
Market Outlook and Week in Review The week of 5/2 sees stocks open lower as buyers remain on the sidelines ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting this week to implement the next rate hike. Fed fund rate futures are anticipating… Read More ›
Kaibab National Forest Forest Order 03-07-22-03 and MAPEffective 5/5:NO fires, campfires, charcoal, coal, or wood stoves, except within developed rec site.NO smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle, building or developed rec site.Devices solely fueled by pressurized liquid petroleum or LPG fuels that can… Read More ›
Three personal freedom bills, all aimed at curbing government power, at least when it comes to mandates, were signed by Governor Ducey earlier this week. Ban on vaccine requirements HB 2498 prohibits any Arizona government entity from requiring a resident… Read More ›
Flagstaff City Councilwoman Regina Salas has withdrawn from the Flagstaff mayoral election after a challenge to her signatures. Out of her 1,836 signatures, 354 were found invalid after a challenge was mounted by John Propster in Coconino County Superior Court…. Read More ›
As discussed on the show, here’s a link to help fund the Killip Chess Club. https://www.gofundme.com/f/killip-chess-masters-goes-to-nationals
Mid-Week Market Update 4/21/2022 U.S stocks traded lower Thursday afternoon ahead of the scheduled commentary from Fed Char Jerome Powell. The S&P 500 has traded down to slightly higher than Mondays opening as investors are digesting earnings results, economic data,… Read More ›
Sheriff Jim Driscoll discusses fire preparedness, “ready, set, go”, and discussion on one of the fastest spreading fires he’s ever seen.
Sheriff Jim Driscoll discusses fire preparedness, “ready, set, go”, and discussion on one of the fastest spreading fires he’s ever seen. Coconino County Sheriff Jim Driscoll gives a Tunnel Fire update discussing: The speed of the fire caught so many… Read More ›