May 16, 2008

Full Show - Bike and snow and voting ...oh my~ From the Grand Canyon snow this week to a profile from Tuba City, from biking to work to crepes, from the Flintstones to casting your vote ~ this weeks show is everywhere.

Intro - Tyrus found himself in a soggy sleeping bag this week when a freakish May snow caught him camping up on the canyon rim. On the way back to town he completed the odd hilarity of it all with a visit to Bedrock City.
News - We stopped by the Old Town Creperie just off Heritage Square this week and ate a tummy full of the goods ~ thanks to Laura Ann. While we were there we caught all of you up on the Bike to Work Week festivities and bid a fond farewell to all the candidate signage around town...and give you a few good pointers on things to do around town.

Eagle 103.7 - OK ..this segment is all about voting. But one thing you can always count on with Rob and Sam...they really go out of their way to make us look, and sound, just great.

Native American News from Northern Arizona - This month we offer a compelling portrait of Tuba City resident Dennis Bowen. Once an active member of AIM, Mr. Bowen has mellowed into a powerful force for good in our Native American communities. His work within the Tuba City school system has become something of a legend. We are proud to offer this profile.

Heather Airnardi - of the Flagstaff Convention and Visitors Bureau takes us out to Pulliam Airport to give us the lowdown on Horizon Air's new twice daily service to LAX.

Zaki Gordon Institute - the Sedona campus of this Yavapai College miracle is definately an unknown gem here in Northern Arizona. They are having their 8th annual student film festival this Memorial Day weekend and asked if we might like to stop doen a take a look around. Well, as this segment shows, they are up to all the right things. Visit their website! ~ this segment was edited by Josh Drake

Dr. Henry Poore - Recently Dr John Caskey was honored with a roast at The Forest Hilands Country Club for his fifty years of service to the community of Flagstaff and an endowment was created for the North Country Health Center in his name. Tony Norris was one of the roastees. For highlights go to . FLAGNEWS recorded Dr Henry Poore, who was once Dr Caskey's partner,  telling a story of a fishing trip he took with Dr Caskey.

Tony Norris - , our man about town, is always a pleasant surprise, but this week he shows that he has more to offer the legacy of our little show than even we realized. Thanks Tony!



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