Arizona News

$2 ASA fee cancelled for spring semester

By Gary Collins The Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) suspended, for the spring semester, the $2 fee students are charged to support the Arizona Students Association...

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Grand Canyon city of Tusayan experiencing water struggles

By Sara Weber The two-year-old town of Tusayan, Ariz. is currently in discussion with development groups to find an environmentally and economically efficient method...

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The Flagstaff Planned Parenthood on South Plaza Way is offering discounted health exams. (Photo by Holly Mandarich)

Planned parenthood continues discounts for the fall

By Aurelia Acquati Planned Parenthood is reaching out and welcoming more students and community members than ever. Until the end of the month, a variety of services...

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New Phoenix Biomedical Campus

by Sara Weber (photo courtesy of UA) On Aug. 20, medical students began their classes at the new Phoenix Biomedical Campus. The 28-acre spread of land will host...

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Local arts contributes to economy: $73 million generated by Flagstaff culture

By Aurelia Acquati Flagstaff is a hot spot for tourists and locals alike to experience art, science and other cultural performances. However, they may not realize...

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Ballot initiative would allow Ariz. to nullify federal laws

By: William Brown This November, Arizonans may be voting on whether or not the state is allowed to determine what is constitutional despite what the federal government...

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Supreme Court rules most of SB 1070 unconstitutional, preserves right of police to check immigration status

(Photo courtesy of the Associated Press) The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Arizona’s Senate Bill 1070 on Monday in a 5-3 decision, declaring several provisions of...

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Fire restrictions in place throughout the state

Until the monsoon season arrives, there are fire restrictions all throughout Coconino and Yavapai county for campers. The specifics of the fire restrictions include: No...

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Sunflower Farmers Market opening in Flagstaff by end of year

By: Maria DiCosola Flagstaff residents can expect to be able to shop at a new full-service grocery store by the end the year. Sunflower Farmers Market, an increasingly...

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(Photo by: Natasha Reeves)

New Extreme Adventure Course Opens in Flagstaff

By: Natasha Reeves Spend a day playing in the trees, skateboarding more than 30 feet off the ground and jumping from log to log in the new Flagstaff Extreme Adventure...

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