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The moon was only a sliver when the first gunshot echoed from the parking lot next to the Health and Learning Center. It's been over a year since the influx of state and national media, the NAU Alerts and the shooting which wounded the Lumberjack and Flagstaff community.

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The snow snuck up on northern Arizona earlier today, but clear skies are expected for the rest of the week.

What started off as an expected spike in attendance resulted in brand new expansion plans for Lowell Observatory, however the construction will not be completed before winter arrives.

At a work session on Oct. 9, City Council rejected a proposed road that would have gone through the McMillan Mesa.

Residents of Flagstaff's Southside neighborhood are not happy about the volume levels being used for the music at The Mayor, a Southside bar that caters to college-aged customers.

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Hopi Tribal Council vice chairman Clark Tenakhongva, Mayor Coral Evans and nearly 80 Flagstaff locals gathered in Heritage Square to dedicate a new Peace Pole.

A man jumped off of the overpass at 4th Street Wednesday night at 5:08 p.m., resulting in a fatal landing on Interstate 40 as a semitruck hit him on the way down.

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Over 200 demonstrators stood outside Flagstaff City Hall to protest the Coconino County Sheriff's Office cooperation with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) following the ICE raids conducted in Flagstaff at the end of August.

While firefighters have now been working since July 28 to contain and take away fuel sources for the Platypus Fire in the Coconino National Forest, officials and firefighters in the Kaibab National Forest are allowing the Perkins fire to burn to help the ecosystem.

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In their Sept. 4 meeting, City Council discussed their agenda. One particular agenda item, whether the council should take back issuing authority of reclaimed water permits from the city's utility director, caused lengthy debate.

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Jason Wygle, a CCC graduate and Flagstaff local, died late Saturday night on Aug. 25 after attempting to complete a dare he had done many times before.

This week The Lumberjack continues its introduction of the candidates for Flagstaff's city council as they discuss what they believe are the biggest issues facing the city. 

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Immigrations and Customs Enforcement conducted raids in both Flagstaff and Sedona yesterday, attempting to arrest 12 undocumented individuals.

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For the past two years, local residents have protested he Hub. Now the residents have moved in and the fears have turned into reality for some of the local residents.

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Local Arizona sportsman groups have created a petition to Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to ask him to keep the current withdrawal on Grand Canyon land to prevent any new uranium mining following the DOI adding uranium to the critical minerals list.

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Following a record breaking storm on July 18 which dumped two inches of rain per hour in some areas, the Coconino County Board of Supervisors declared a state of emergency while cleanup and repair efforts continue during the monsoon season. 

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Upcoming November election propositions include extending existing sales taxes, adding new sales taxes and an amendment to Flagstaff’s minimum wage laws, as well as the candidates running for the three City Council seats that will be open.

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Flagstaff businesses help lead the fight here against plastic waste by encouraging shoppers and restaurant goers to use compostable or reusable products instead of disposable plastic ones. 

After two years as mayor, Coral Evans supports changes in housing and monitoring growth in Flagstaff. But 2016 contributions might reveal a startling lack of financial support from students in Flagstaff.

The two-part April 17 city council meeting focused on the final zoning details of the proposed Mill Town housing project, and went on to address concerns with the sheriff’s policies on undocumented inmates.