Flagstaff winter parking reminder

Don’t get towed. by Meteor Staff December 08, 2021 With significant snow forecast for northern Arizona in the coming days, the City of Flagstaff released a reminder regarding snow operations and parking within Flagstaff city limits….

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Flagstaff High School Native American Club calls to rename the SF Peaks

By Trissdyn Nez Flagstaff, Arizona- The Native American Club at Flagstaff High School will be speaking at Flagstaff High School in the Multicultural Room (Room 701) at 7:30am on March 11th, 2020. Students from the indigenous…

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Posted in Coconino County Coronavirus Flagstaff Navajo News

Coconino County: 232 COVID cases with 44 in the Flagstaff area. 558 cases on the Navajo Reservation & 3,112 AZ cases state numbers updated this morning

Flagstaff  Updated by Meteor staff Friday, April 10, 10:30 AM, MST. — CCHHS reports 15 deaths, 232 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 44 tests pending and 855 negative tests to date. The CDC reports across Arizona…

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Posted in Coronavirus Flagstaff Health News

Tuesday evening Coconino County reports 201 confirmed cases of COVID-19; and 2,726 active AZ cases, 80 deaths

  Flagstaff  Updated by Meteor staff Wed, April 8, 11:00 PM, MST. — CCHHS reports 15 deaths, 201 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 57 tests pending and 769 negative tests to date. Across Arizona there are…

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Posted in Coconino County Colorado Plateau Courts/justice Flagstaff Justice News

Coconino County Courts modify schedules and procedures

Courts will remain open Meteor Staff report. Monday March 23 State and County Court officials are modifying schedules and accepting motions to continue cases and adjust fine payment schedules in preparation for advancement of COVID-19 into…

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Posted in Closures and repurposing Colorado Plateau Coronavirus Flagstaff News

Coconino Parks & Rec announces operational changes: social distancing for COVID-19 safety

By Meteor Staff Flagstaff    Coconino County Parks & Recreation is staffing its office virtually to help protect the team and the public during the COVID-19 pandemic. Virtual staffing at Parks & Recreation began on March…

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Posted in Coronavirus Economy Flagstaff Health Health Care News

Covid 19 spreads while Flagstaff watches and waits: Updated

By Naima Schuller UPDATE: 3/15/2020. Governor Ducey announces, All schools to close until March 30. Harkins Theatres via an email on the evening of Friday, March 13th announced they will be offering two weeks of paid…

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Posted in Coronavirus Council meetings Flagstaff Health Health Health Care News Public Health

Precautions coming about in Flagstaff and region, some closings, so far no local infections

Cheng asked students to consider staying in Flagstaff or on campus for spring break NAU, and CCC announces closures and redesigning most classes for online access. Thursday Mayor Coral Evans declared City Council chambers are no…

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Posted in Coronavirus Flagstaff Health News Science

TGen North develops coronavirus test

TGen North, the Flagstaff-based division of the Translational Genomics Research Institute, has developed a test for the coronavirus and anticipates being able to deploy it in the near future. “This is part of our role as…

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Posted in Business Council meetings Economy Flagstaff Flagstaff City Government News Politics

4 – 3 vote from Council to move forward with controversial minimum wage study

Against objections from community members and from three council-members, Flagstaff City Council voted 4-3 on Tuesday to move forward with an impact study of the minimum wage increase on area businesses. Rounds Consulting Group is the…

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On Sunday 50 Flagstaffians stepped up to speak out voicing concerns over President Trumps killing of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani and subsequent saber rattling from Trump and allies. Photo Meteor Staff, January 5, 2020.
Posted in Flagstaff National News world

Add Flagstaff to list of demonstrations over saber rattling

A pro peace demonstration in front of Flagstaff City Hall this afternoon added Flagstaff to the growing list of demonstrations opposing a potential US conflict with Iran. A little after noon people began gathering in downtown…

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Posted in Community Development Flagstaff Flagstaff City Government Flagstaff zoning code Neighborhoods News

Flagstaff P&Z to review Southside Community Plan Wednesday

Flagstaff P& Z has three items on their Wednesday agenda. First up will be a review and discussion of the Southside Community Specific Plan. The City of Flagstaff Comprehensive Planning program requests the public and that…

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