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Letter to the Editor: Pointing fingers at sports during pandemic the wrong action

I laughed out loud when I read David Zurawik's commentary that he won't watch college or professional football because, "Doing so lends cre… Read more

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Letter to the Editor: Outdoor recreation economy, hunting important in 2020

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has crippled many factions of Arizona's economy, especially in rural communities. One sector that has not suf… Read more

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Letter to the Editor: Solving climate change hard, but not hopeless

Over 5 million acres burned, at least 27 dead, and tens of thousands of wildfire refugees reported today from America’s west coast. From th… Read more

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Letter to the Editor: Thorpe slow on cultural issues, so Begay should take his spot

This November’s contest for Coconino County Board of Supervisors District 4 is a crucial choice for local voices on environment, public hea… Read more

Guest Column: Want to honor Justice Ginsburg? Vote on Nov. 3

So Ruth Bader Ginsburg is dead, and all I can think about is my sunflowers. Read more

Trailheads: Time to sound off about future of our trails

The Mount Elden Dry Lake Hills Recreational Planning effort is still accepting input from the public, but this particular forest service co… Read more

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View from Mars Hill: Flagstaff's Robert Burnham and his Celestial Handbook

The appeal of astronomy is both intellectual and aesthetic; it combines the thrill of exploration and discovery, the fun of sight-seeing, a… Read more

EarthTalk: Oil companies could stay relevant in age of electric vehicles with high-speed charging (and gas) at their filling stations

Dear EarthTalk: It seems to me that oil companies could stay relevant in the age of electric vehicles by offering high-speed electric charg… Read more

Coconino Voices: PPP loans serve to empower local businesses

As leaders within the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), we have the privilege to partner with businesses and entrepreneurs pursuing… Read more

Guest Column: An adult like Ike would've told us to wear a mask

I believe I speak for most of my fellow Americans who, upon seeing a guy without a mask entering a public place, wish to say something like… Read more

Guest Column: Development and climate change led to build-and-burn in West

We should not be surprised that much of the West is on fire. Or that more than 3.1 million acres already have burned in California, another… Read more

Inner Heroes: On the ethical obligation of charity, especially now

Fourteen years ago, a young, slightly familiar-looking rabbi with a long black beard and black suit, obviously not from a religious group i… Read more

COUNTERPOINT: Our republic, can we keep it?

On Sept. 17, 1787, while leaving the just-finished Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Benjamin Franklin was purportedly asked wheth… Read more

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Flagstaff History: Zane Grey and his party went to Tonto Basin to hunt bears

125 years ago Read more

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SUNDAY FEATURE: Flagstaff teacher with more questions than answers a finalist for state award

SAM MCMANIS Sun Staff Reporter

Sometimes even the brightest and most focused students, those high achievers and dogged strivers, m… Read more

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From the editor: Our goal is to inform the community

These are difficult times in Flagstaff, just as it is across all of Arizona, the United States and the world. It feels like you can't go a … Read more

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Letter to the Editor: Outdoor recreation economy, hunting important in 2020

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has crippled many factions of Arizona's economy, especially in rural communities. One sector that has not suf… Read more

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Letter to the Editor: Solving climate change hard, but not hopeless

Over 5 million acres burned, at least 27 dead, and tens of thousands of wildfire refugees reported today from America’s west coast. From th… Read more

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Letter to the Editor: Thorpe slow on cultural issues, so Begay should take his spot

This November’s contest for Coconino County Board of Supervisors District 4 is a crucial choice for local voices on environment, public hea… Read more

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View from Mars Hill: Implementing the Brian Dyer Telescope at Lowell

As part of a carefully planned effort to expand its visitor program, Lowell Observatory is soon adding a new instrument — the Brian Dyer Te… Read more

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FDA made the right call on COVID plasma treatment

Ordinarily, a new medical treatment is approved only after at least one large-scale, randomized controlled trial shows it to be effective w… Read more

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Flagstaff History: Night prowlers disturbed campgrounds, leading to cries for policing

125 years ago Read more