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What would the end of the calendar year be without those Top 10 lists?  We at the Daily Sun don't want to be left out, so below is a sample ballot for the Top 10 Local Stories of 2017. There are 59 entries, so read all the way to the end. Then after you've made mental notes, vote at -- follow the instructions at the site. (If you are reading this online, find the voting module elsewhere on our homepage)  Deadline is 12:01 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 21. No paper ballots will be counted. Results will be announced on Dec. 24 in the Daily Sun.

a. Souers reinstated after Campos leaves for UT-San Antonio; new NAU AD hired

b. Was vandalized hookah lounge a hate crime?

c. Independent bookstore, Brightside Books, reopens in Flagstaff

d. Man with Williams connections arrested after local couple murdered

e. Steven Jones jury can’t reach verdict in NAU homicide trial

f. FUSD hires new superintendent from small Iowa district

g. Many Flagstaff school letter grades drop with new state test

h. Killip drinking fountains found with high levels of lead

i. NAU men’s cross country wins national title for second straight year

j. NAU students want higher state minimum wage

k. Judge denies appeal of Hub city approval

l. Overton provides crucial 6th vote to avoid $12 minimum wage on July 1

m. NAU professor arrested on stalking charges

n. Man arrested in road-rage parking dispute commits suicide

o. FMC cancer outpatient patient Mark Nelson dies of exposure

p. Flagstaff housing prices near pre-recession heights

q. Good Earth Power gets new leadership as 2.4 million-acre forest thinning project rebooted

r. More than 1,000 people brave biting cold in Flagstaff protest of Trump election

s. No Grand Canyon watershed monument from Obama

t. Flagstaff Council nixes Soliere development tax break

u. Marriott opens first downtown Flagstaff hotel in decades

v. Flagstaff Symphony hires new conductor

w. Flagstaff trailer park residents given six months to vacate

x. I-40, I-17 potholes worry drivers, city leaders

y. Southside student housing projects forcing out locals

z. Quieter Homecoming for Tequila Sunrise

aa. Sales tax boom means more city hires, pay raises

bb. Rec center shooter, 15, pleads guilty to second-degree murder

cc. Pay to park rolls out in downtown Flagstaff

dd. Injury accidents up 15 percent in Flagstaff

ee. Four teens charged in motel murder

ff. Tenant charged with killing landlord in rent dispute

gg. Did Frankie Madrid have to die?

hh. Navajo Council votes down for aerial tram into Grand Canyon

ii.Snowplay gridlock continues; Highway 180 parking ban set

jj. NAU opens new dormitory, announces new recital hall

kk. NAU new year starts without off-campus liaison

ll. Snowbowl season longest in history

mm. Flagstaff residents share stories of sexual harassment

nn. Flagstaff’s dry fall persists into winter

oo. Trump administration signals move to end Grand Canyon watershed moratorium on new uranium mines

pp. Airbnb growth a boon to homeowners, bane to neighbors

qq. NPA’s Maya Smith wins fourth consecutive state cross country title

rr. Flagstaff High student arrested after series of threatening notes

ss. Recovering addicts say Coconino County has problem with opioids

tt. Low salaries mean higher vacancy rates among area law enforcement agencies

uu. Body of murdered kindergarten teacher found in Mayer

vv. Video posted to alt-right website sets off firestorm at NAU

ww. NAU Mountain Campus tops 22,000 students; tuition for new students up 2 percent

xx. Flagstaff's historic Museum Club closes while up for sale

yy. Orpheum celebrates centennial with free block party

zz. W.L. Gore & Associates celebrates 50 years in Flagstaff

aaa. Granny's closed, furnishings auctioned off

bbb. From toilet to beer tap earns local plaudits

ccc. Flagstaff astronomers shine on national eclipse stage

ddd. Navajo Generating Station owners announce power plant's closure at the end of 2019

eee. SCA closes Flagstaff tissue plant

fff. Split council nixes Schultz Pass affordable housing proposal

ggg. Tusayan voters deny proposed increase in building heights

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