.@NextEraEnergyR will begin construction on a wind and solar farm 30 miles north of Flagstaff on land owned by @babbittranches.
Protesters marched the streets of downtown Flagstaff Feb. 27 shouting chants against police brutality.
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 Doug Ducey (@GovernorDucey)’s March 25 executive order stated that all mask mandates within local municipalities be repealed.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.
Last week NAUPD faced a lot of challenging calls, but who would have thought that one of them would involve furniture in an elevator.
.@EhrlerScout and @nathanieldotcom sat down with NAU’s next president, José Luis Cruz (@CUNYProvost) to discuss his transition and plans for the university’s bold and boundless future.
.@birdsarentreal has a following of over a half a million people who insist that the United States government released a virus to kill off the birds. Now the movement has found a home on NAU’s campus and they want everyone to know.
“She Kills Monsters” by Qui Nguyen is @NAU_Theatre’s second mainstage show of the spring semester. Through rehearsal and despite a pandemic, the students and staff have created an unforgettable adventure for the audience and themselves.
With President Biden’s recently approved plan moving into place to help citizens across the nation, many are wondering what exactly the American Rescue Plan entails.
.@CoconinoCounty announced residents 18 years old and above are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine with proof of residence in the county.
.@uncommonflagstaff is at the forefront of the conversation over off-campus apartments for freshmen looking for a change of pace from dorm life next year. Students seem to be divided between Uncommon and the most similar resort-style apartment complex, The Standard.
.@BillKuche with #flagstaffhotshots has devoted much of his life to the safety and wellbeing of his community so his family is now asking for help as hefights for his own life waiting for a kidney transplant battling stage five #CKD.
.@NAU President-designate Dr. Cruz (@CUNYProvost) announced via email to the campus community the newly formed presidential transition team with the goal of ensuring a smooth transition to his June 14 start date.
In recent months, the United States has seen the emergence and distribution of several COVID-19 vaccines including Moderna, Pfizer and, most recently, Johnson & Johnson.
The COVID-19 pandemic is turning one year old this month. Its impacts on the Flagstaff and NAU communities have been numerous. Over the past year, countless responses and discussions occurred within the community due to the pandemic’s effects.