On Wednesday, @MayorDeasy announced his support in a letter to @SenMarkKelly and @SenatorSinema for the Protecting the Right to Organize Act of 2021, and urged them to support the legislation in the Senate.
Poisonous mushroom consumption in Flagstaff pets has increased significantly. Luckily, @NAU professors and local veterinarians shared how to keep local animals safe.
The now popular TikTok trend which appears to show college students stealing university-owned property seems to have arrived on campus, with some devious licks.
Flagstaff aims for better flood control by proposing new solutions that will change infrastructure and build new ways to mitigate flooding in certain areas.
After the implementation of a new digital version of the JacksCard, students are beginning to have problems with card access and usage. @NAU staff and students weighed in on their experiences and how to troubleshoot these difficulties.
The Colorado River irrigates farms, provides electricity and supplies running water to 40 million people in the Colorado River Basin, but its reserve is dwindling at a rapid pace.
Between bicycle safety concerns, a newly created carbon neutrality plan and the continuation of post-Museum Fire flooding, the community of Flagstaff has faced steep challenges this summer.
On this week's episode of Police Beat, NAUPD acquired the help of History Channel’s own Rick Harrison from Pawn Stars as the department investigated the pawning of a stolen university issued iPad.
Despite an executive order from Gov. Doug Ducey, @NAU is implementing mask policies for the return to campus. Students, NAU administrators and health experts reacted to what these requirements mean for the community.
Graduate student enrollment is filling the void left by a decline in overall college enrollment even as more college graduates are being considered for employment.
After 80 years of producing newspapers in Flagstaff, the Arizona Daily Sun announced it will move all print operations to Phoenix in a letter published to the newspaper’s website.
A March 30 Flagstaff City Council meeting found an expansion necessary for the Downtown Civic Center to accommodate students and Flagstaff residents.
Starting April 19, NAU Fieldhouse will become a state-run COVID-19 vaccination site, as Arizona continues to expand vaccine availability statewide.
Gov. Doug Ducey (@GovernorDucey)’s March 25 executive order stated that all mask mandates within local municipalities be repealed. Flagstaff City Council and Mayor Paul Deasy (@Deasy4Flagstaff), however, have other plans.