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Summertime and the livin' is freezing. Flagstaff has officially dipped its toes into uncommon weather territory.

Talking about sex should not be taboo, and I hope this column has opened this conversation at NAU.

NAU celebrated its first Giving Day online and on-campus. Donations and gifts were made online as several goals and targets were meet.

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NAUPD, FPD and the FBI were among many organizations at the Public Safety fair where attendees could be recruited, get more information and walk away with free goodies from several booths.

Climate models can provide a lot of information about how our ecosystem is changing. Nationally recognized scientist George Bonan spoke about the pros, cons and methods used in creating these models.

The 2020 political election is beginning to gain momentum. Here are some local and national candidates prepare for the upcoming 2020 election.

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ICE agents did not alert local police that they were going to detain three people in Flagstaff

Flagstaff City Council is moving forward with plans for a new senior assisted living community on McMillan Mesa as the company providing the care made their pitch at Tuesday night's meeting.

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A new Green Fee increase will bring more student sustainability projects to help NAU's goal of environmental sustainability.

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The Arizona Board of Regents announced that it approved tuition increases for the 2019-2020 school year for all three state universities in a press release on Thursday.

Medical marijuana is slowly becoming more popular these days for people and animals. Many dogs can be treated or helped with the use of CBD treats.

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Protestors turned up to City Council's work session meeting Tuesday evening to urge the council to approve the Keep Families Free and Together ordinance to block Immigration and Customs Enforcement from working with local law enforcement agencies.