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Flagstaff High, Sinagua Middle, NPA get new state letter grades  Arizona Daily Sun

The letter grades of two Flagstaff Unified School District schools improved with the recent release of revised grades by the Arizona State Board of Education.

Board votes to close Sinagua High, Flagstaff Middle, and South Beaver and Christensen elementaries  Arizona Daily Sun

Four Flagstaff schools are closing: Sinagua High, Flagstaff Middle, and South Beaver and Christensen elementaries.

Flagstaff's Famous Faces | News |  Arizona Daily Sun

You might be surprised to find out which actors, musicians, sports stars, politicians and other notable personalities are from Flagstaff. Have someone to add?

Sinagua High grad leads group of NAU alumni at Olympic Trials  Arizona Daily Sun

Entered among the host of local runners looking for bids to Rio at next week's Olympic Trials will be a Flagstaff native living his childhood dream.

Working towards a decent, safe living: Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona tackles affordable housing  Arizona Daily Sun

Affordable housing is an issue that has held center stage in local political dialogue for several years, and with Christmas comes a renewed focus on the issue of ...

High School grads fall short of degrees | Education |  Arizona Daily Sun

NPA leads the region with 46%, but some schools fall below the statewide average of 19%.

Robbie Rusconi is Flagstaff High School's next head coach  Arizona Daily Sun

Robbie Rusconi will lead the Flagstaff High football team a decade afterplaying on the last Sinagua squad to win the city title.

Flagstaff History: Developer presents plans for old Empress Theatre lot  Arizona Daily Sun

1893: Eight inches of snow fell on Flagstaff on Friday and Saturday. Two to four feet fell in the surrounding mountains. J. R. Kilpatrick has moved his flocks to his ...

Ex-assistant principal arrested in DV assault | Crime and Courts  Arizona Daily Sun

A former Coconino High School and Sinagua High School assistant principal and current firearms instructor is facing domestic violence assault charges.

Stacie Zanzucchi: Approaching problems creatively | Local  Arizona Daily Sun

Rodel Exemplary Principal Stacie Zanzucchi of CHS combines achievement with compassion.

Lomong repeats; NAZ Elite shows strong to kick off USATF outdoors  Arizona Daily Sun

Lopez Lomong had another gear down the stretch of Thursday's 10000-meter run at the USATF Outdoor Championships in Drake Stadium and the former ...

Scholars Directory  Flinn Foundation

The Flinn Scholars community is a dynamic group of nearly 650 individuals providing leadership on their campuses, in their professions, and in their ...

Hot rods and pedal pushers | Arts and Theatre |  Arizona Daily Sun

The spacious stage at Sinagua Middle School looks like pages from a yearbook have come alive, as lines of young actors dance vigorously across the floor and ...

Jennifer Latanya Yazzie | Obituaries |  Arizona Daily Sun

Jennifer Latanya Yazzie was born July 31,1985 in Gallup, NM, to Carol Gonnie and Felix Ray Yazzie, into the Red Bottom People (Tl'ááshchí'í), born for the ...

The Worgess files | Local |  Arizona Daily Sun

Employees who had interactions with the longtime head of Coconino County's health department reported that she not only pushed them to tears but to seek ...

David John Wilson | Obituaries |  Arizona Daily Sun

Dave Wilson passed away peacefully in his home on Monday, January 14, 2013. He was born in Flagstaff on July 13, 1986. He was 26 years old. He went to.

FALA senior called to dance | Education |  Arizona Daily Sun

After FALA's Darrion Gallegos graduates Friday, he's off to Los Angeles to pursue his dreams.

A history of segregation and integration | |  Arizona Daily Sun

School attendance in Flagstaff grew in the 1930s at the rate of about 75 students a year. The school board discussed adding more classrooms and talked about ...

Katie Pavlich bio: age, height, parents, net worth, is she married? News KATIE PAVLICH ⭐ may be conservative, but this does not stop her from shinning. She has worked for Fox ever since she graduated and has ...

Flagstaff pair to play final pro beach volleyball matches  Arizona Daily Sun

What the two started together, they will end together. Both from the city of Flagstaff, Nick Bowling and Shane Miller will play their final professional beach ...

BWW Interview: Bert Emmett Assumes First LA Directorial Assignment for Group Rep's BREADCRUMBS  Broadway World

A graduate of Northern Arizona University, Bert Emmett has taught, acted in, produced, written, and directed plays for over 35 years. Bert's favorite acting roles in ...

Now a professional runner, Cottonwood's Tim Freriks notches fastest-ever Grand Canyon Rim to Rim run  Verde Independent

Cottonwood's Tim Freriks recently completed the Grand Canyon Rim to Rim Run in 2 hours, 39 minutes, 38 seconds, the fastest canyon crossing in history.

Special Olympics athlete uses big heart to garner awards  Arizona Daily Sun

Nate Martinez suffers from a heart condition, but doesn't let it slow him.

Run Flagstaff known globally | Local |  Arizona Daily Sun

Run Flagstaff outfits runners for local teams and races that the store also sponsors.

Originality tough to come by in Arizona high school mascot names

A revival of efforts to come up with a unique nickname for new high schools doesn't always hit the mark but can score big.

Freriks does it again, wins North Face Endurance Challenge  Verde Independent

Left, Cottonwood's Tim Freriks, en route to winning the prestigious North Face Endurance Challenge 50-mile race in San Francisco Saturday. Right, Freriks is ...

Flagstaff native is thriving with bipolar disorder | Health, Medicine and Fitness  Arizona Daily Sun

Sinagua High School graduate Erin Callinan will share her experiences Friday at a panel presentation at FMC.

Elite runners scrambling to find track time | Running |  Arizona Daily Sun

The area's elite runners say they are having a hard time finding a track on which to train -- at least in Flagstaff.

Flagstaff activist faces possible deportation | Local |  Arizona Daily Sun

Inside the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center in Eloy, Francisco “Frankie” Madrid-Holguin is thinking about Mexico.

Letter: Mascots don't have to be politically correct

Loved your high-school mascot story (“Originality tough to come by in Arizona high school mascot names,” Oct. 4). However, there are quite a few of us running ...

2,500 NAU students receive degrees at winter commencement | Local  Arizona Daily Sun

Nearly 2500 Northern Arizona University students formed a sea of blue and gold on the Skydome floor Friday, decked out in their graduation caps and gowns, ...

A mile and more | Running |  Arizona Daily Sun

Flagstaff's running community stages an inspirational track meet downtown for the Fourth of July Downtown Mile.

FALA grad making name for himself in show biz  Arizona Daily Sun

Former Flagstaff resident Darrion Gallegos recently won first place in a national dance competition in New York City.

Not a gang banger | Crime and Courts |  Arizona Daily Sun

It has been exactly two weeks since Juan Hernandez, 23, was stabbed to death in a gang fight on South Elden Street. Now, his family and friends are crying out ...

Up against the wall | Local |  Arizona Daily Sun

Timberline residents saw flooding again Thursday, as heavy rain fell on the Schultz fire burn area above their homes and local streets again turned to roiling ...

A tale of two medics | News |  Arizona Daily Sun

It's a familiar scenario, as told by Hollywood: Crawling out of a foxhole, a World War II combat medic with a red cross on his armband and helmet moves through.

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