Views:215|Rating:5.00|View Time:2:3Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 Flagstaff residents have seen lots of construction projects around Flagstaff this summer. According to Dan Folke from the City of Flagstaff residents will see a lot of changes in the city over the next few years. He hopes those changes will be positive ones.
One of the biggest changes will be at the Harkins Theatre building on on Woodlands Village Blvd. That building will become the Arizona Department of Transportation’s new headquarters in Flagstaff. Harkins will move to a new location behind the Flagstaff Mall.
Another big change will be an Arizona Department of Economic Security building on Huntington. This building is being built by a private company that will lease it back to DES.
Other changes around town will include new hotels, and new housing for both students and families.
Views:4601|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:2Minutes|Likes:10|Dislikes:0 July 10, 2014 — NAZ Today’s Sierra Ferguson takes a trip down memory lane to commemorate the 20-year anniversary of one of the most iconic American movies – Forrest Gump. Ferguson shows the parts of the movie that were actually filmed in Northern Arizona. Twin Arrows and Downtown Flagstaff both had cameos in the production of this film.
NAU FIlm Professor Paul Helford gives his opinion on why the movie is so famous. He says the movie was a technological breakthrough, although subtle.
Flagstaff Film Office’s Heather Ainardi explains that the film production industry is not as active in Flagstaff as it used to be. However, a group of constituents partnered with Northern Arizona University is trying to bring the film industry back to the area.
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Flagstaff, Arizona, in Northern Arizona, is located on the BNSF Railway’s Seligman Subdivision at milepost 344.8. The Seligman Sub is part of their Southern Transcon, the former Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway (AT&SF) mainline between Chicago and Los Angeles.
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Views:27312|Rating:3.46|View Time:8:23Minutes|Likes:18|Dislikes:8 World Series Qualifier – Flagstaff AZ – 5-26-2012
Dean Drosos – Jerry Lilly – Joseph Kimball
Coulter Bradshaw – Dean Lilly – Ron Lee
Brian Adams – Brian Barton – Bart Judge
160 acres surrounded by Coconino National Forest, located within 2 miles of Flagstaff City Limits. The property has large pines, a large open meadow, and a good well. Could be made into a great Upscale Gated Community, Church Camp, Corporate Retreat, Family Compound — the potential is limitless. Would make a good forest land trade property. One of the Sellers is a Licensed Real Estate Agent in the state of Arizona. OWNER MAY CARRY – 3 YEARS AT 6% INTEREST ONLY AND 10% DOWN OR 5 YEARS AT 5% INTEREST ONLY AND 20% DOWN.
Views:734|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:1Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:0 Oct 11, 2012, Flagstaff AZ. High definition [HD] video footage, the Indian Bible Church and Flagstaff Mission to the Navajo Indians next door. The Flagstaff Indian Bible Church is a member church of the IFCA. Native American Indians.