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8. Drug bust traffic stop
le 14/12/2016 à 12:00
A Flagstaff traffic stop ended in a drug bust.
Nominate a Daily Sun Citizen and Organization of the Year
le 13/11/2016 à 9:00
The voting may be over but the nominations are still open: Honor a colleague, a neighbor or just someone you’ve admired from afar with a nomination as Flagstaff Citizen of the Year.
Saving Flagstaff's pond
par EMERY COWAN Sun Staff Reporter le 01/07/2016 à 4:00
Retired teacher Jim David is honored for converting neglected Frances Short Pond into an outdoor classroom
Summit fights 2 fires Wednesday night
le 18/02/2016 à 7:26
Summit Fire and Medical Department had two fires to put out Wednesday.
Campaign Corner: Thomas joins Coconino County sheriff's race
par DAILY SUN STAFF le 18/02/2016 à 12:30
There are now two candidates in the race for Coconino County sheriff.
Trying season an adjustment for NAU's Yanku
par CODY BASHORE Sun Sports Editor le 18/02/2016 à 11:00
It has been a bit of an adjustment for Northern Arizona’s Kris Yanku this season.
Lawmakers to cities: Toe the line or lose revenues
par HOWARD FISCHER Capitol Media Services le 18/02/2016 à 11:00
PHOENIX — Contending that cities are ignoring the laws they pass, lawmakers voted Wednesday to let the attorney general direct that their state aid be withheld until they comply.
Leupp Schools Inc. to lay off 21 in restructure
par CORINA VANEK Sun Staff Reporter le 17/02/2016 à 11:45
After an IRS audit revealed a nonpayment of federal taxes of more than $100,000, Leupp Schools, Inc. leaders voted to eliminate 21 staff positions Wednesday afternoon, officials said.
Police log: Indecent exposure
le 17/02/2016 à 9:46
Daily Almanac: Feb. 17-18, 2016
le 17/02/2016 à 5:30
Wednesday, Feb. 17
Senate bill would regulate drones, prohibit city ordinances
par TRAVIS ARBON Cronkite News le 17/02/2016 à 4:45
A bill making its way through the state Legislature would introduce a statewide drone policy and invalidate cities’ attempts to regulate the devices.
Allen wants Obama gun rule blocked
par HOWARD FISCHER Capitol Media Services le 17/02/2016 à 12:30
PHOENIX — A Senate panel voted Tuesday to declare that the latest executive action on guns taken by President Obama is not enforceable in Arizona.
Police log: Criminal impersonation
le 16/02/2016 à 11:43
Campaign Corner: Bill Ring running for county attorney
par DAILY SUN STAFF le 16/02/2016 à 8:30
Coconino County Attorney Dave Rozema is retiring, but he has a successor already lined up.
Flagstaff Council takes on The Hub starting Tuesday
par SUZANNE ADAMS-OCKRASSA Sun Staff Reporter le 16/02/2016 à 4:15
Tuesday's first session won't include taking testimony from the public
Flagstaff Council takes up water rates Wednesday
par SUZANNE ADAMS-OCKRASSA Sun Staff Reporter le 16/02/2016 à 12:45
City of Flagstaff staff return Wednesday evening with more information for Council on why the city needs to increase its water, sewer and reclaimed wastewater usage rates.
A day just for Darwin?
par HOWARD FISCHER Capitol Media Services le 16/02/2016 à 7:15
PHOENIX -- Three decades after lawmakers pushed teaching creationism in public schools, state senators are debating whether the father of the theory of evolution deserves to be honored.
Police log: Laser pointed at aircraft
le 15/02/2016 à 10:41
Laser pointed at aircraft
Tickling the funny bones: Chaplin show also comes to Theatrikos
par By DIANDRA MARKGRAF Arts and Culture Reporter le 15/02/2016 à 2:15
For such a haul from the Pittsburgh area, one of the world’s leading Charlie Chaplin experts is not going to let a stellar opportunity to pack as many punch lines as possible pass.
French Film Festival returns to NAU
par DIANDRA MARKGRAF Arts and Culture Reporter le 15/02/2016 à 2:00
Spread across three weekends, the Tournées French Film Festival is returning to screen a vibrant cross-section of dramas, thrillers, comedies and one animated film surrounding murder, treachery and illicit activities.
Flagstaff water free of lead
par firstname.lastname@example.org (Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa ) le 14/02/2016 à 12:45
Flagstaff residents do not have to worry about lead in their drinking water.
Uriah DoBell wins wrestling state title for Coconino
par CODY BASHORE Sun Sports Editor le 14/02/2016 à 10:45
Seeking an individual state champion for the sixth time in the past seven years, Coconino added to its wrestling legacy Saturday at the Prescott Valley Events Center.
The View from Mars Hill: Little world, big heart
par By KEVIN SCHINDLER Special to the Daily Sun le 13/02/2016 à 12:15
With tomorrow’s arrival of Valentine’s Day, love is in the air—and the sky beyond. The universe is loaded with symbols of this special day, from the flower-shaped Valentine’s Day Nebula in the constellation Cepheus, to heart-shaped craters and mesas on…
Five finalists named for Flagstaff public works director
par SUZANNE ADAMS-OCKRASSA Sun Staff Reporter le 13/02/2016 à 6:45
The city of Flagstaff is searching for a new director for its Public Works Department.
Twenty pounds of meth seized in 3 days
le 13/02/2016 à 1:00
Local narcotics officers seized more than 20 pounds of methamphetamine on northern Arizona’s highways in three days.
Police log: Hit and run
le 12/02/2016 à 10:11
Hit and run
Campaign Corner: New candidates for Council
par email@example.com (Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa ) le 12/02/2016 à 4:15
Flagstaff City Council elections
Coconino girls reach section tourney title game with 46-27 win over Prescott
par SUN SPORTS STAFF le 12/02/2016 à 4:00
The Coconino girls basketball team holds Prescott to its lowest-scoring game of 2015-16 to advance to the section tourney title game.
Flagstaff girls hoops nixed from section tournament after falling to Thunderbird 55-49
par SUN SPORTS STAFF le 12/02/2016 à 3:00
The Flagstaff Eagles girls basketball team saw their hopes of garnering a second straight section tournament title come to a close Thursday in Phoenix, falling to the Thunderbird Chiefs 55-49 in the semifinal round.
Presidents Day holiday schedules and closures
le 12/02/2016 à 12:30
The following schedules have been announced for the Presidents Day holiday on Monday:
Police log: Stolen truck
le 11/02/2016 à 11:55
Page eyeing electric rate drop
par TODD GLASENAPP Sun Correspondent le 11/02/2016 à 7:49
PAGE -- Customers of Page Utility Enterprises could see a 3.2 percent reduction in their electric bills when the next fiscal year begins in July.
Police, fire pensions up in air
par HOWARD FISCHER Capitol Media Services le 11/02/2016 à 1:01
A plan to cut benefits and raise contributions by new hires draws fire from a GOP legislative leaders
Police Log: Gang-related assault
le 11/02/2016 à 12:11
Thorpe, others reject refugees in Arizona
par HOWARD FISCHER Capitol Media Services le 10/02/2016 à 4:00
PHOENIX -- Seven Republican lawmakers are trying to erect new roadblocks to the federal government resettling Middle East refugees in Arizona.
Second day of threats force 5 FUSD schools to lock down Tuesday
par CORINA VANEK Sun Staff Reporter le 10/02/2016 à 11:30
Five Flagstaff Unified School District schools were forced to lock down Tuesday morning after another string of threatening phone calls were placed to the schools.
Analysis: Trump, Sanders wins not seen as clearing way for third-party run
par TIM JONES Bloomberg News le 10/02/2016 à 6:30
The victories by Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders underscore powerful themes that have emerged from the primaries — Democratic unhappiness with the economy and Republican anger over America’s standing in the world. Aggravating the anger is bipartisan voter rejection of…
Police log: Stolen ammo
le 10/02/2016 à 1:00
Police log: Drug bust traffic stop
le 09/02/2016 à 12:26
After ruling, city sign code to be loosened
par SUZANNE ADAMS-OCKRASSA Sun Staff Reporter le 08/02/2016 à 10:53
A recent Supreme Court ruling has forced local governments to take another look at their sign code, said Roger Eastman, a city of Flagstaff zoning code administrator.
Lawmakers want initiative powers reduced
par HOWARD FISCHER Capitol Media Services le 07/02/2016 à 7:15
PHOENIX -- Nearly two decades after voters blocked lawmakers from tinkering with ballot measures, the Legislature it trying to take the power back.
'Hallway hero' saves student with Heimlich
par CORINA VANEK Sun Staff Reporter le 06/02/2016 à 3:15
A walk through a hallway Wednesday afternoon turned a Flagstaff High School senior into a hero.
Flagstaff sweeps season series with 76-41 win over Coconino
par CODY BASHORE Sun Sports Editor le 06/02/2016 à 11:00
After a foul-filled second quarter, the Eagles hold onto the early lead over the Panthers.
Coconino Humane Association holds Kitten Bowl Parties
le 05/02/2016 à 10:00
The Coconino Humane Association is hosting a Kitten Bowl Party adoption bonanza this Super Bowl weekend at two locations in Flagstaff.
House votes to make ballot collection a felony
par By HOWARD FISCHER Capitol Media Services le 05/02/2016 à 5:30
PHOENIX -- Republican lawmakers approved a measure Thursday that would make felons out of people who return the early ballots of others to the polls.
Saying thanks to those who served
par EMERY COWAN and MICHELLE MCMANIMON Sun Staff ReporterS le 05/02/2016 à 2:30
The Wounded Warrior Project and Snowbowl teach veterans how to snowboard
Flagstaff mother leaves children in freezing vehicle to avoid tow
par MICHELLE McMANIMON Sun Staff Reporter le 05/02/2016 à 12:45
A Flagstaff mother was arrested on child abuse charges this week for leaving her children alone in a vehicle so she wouldn’t get towed.
Baptisms come to Flagstaff jail
par MICHELLE McMANIMON Sun Staff Reporter le 05/02/2016 à 12:45
Inmates can now get baptized at the Coconino County Detention Facility in Flagstaff.
A week to celebrate Catholic schools
par CORINA VANEK Sun Staff Reporter le 05/02/2016 à 12:15
After Pope Francis declared 2016 the year of mercy, students at San Francisco de Asis have focused their efforts toward showing love to those who need it the most.
Police log: Bar fight
le 05/02/2016 à 1:24