Eddie Eyeglasses was making the rounds at Killip Elementary and Leupp schools Wednesday. This is the first time the Ohio native has visited Flagstaff. He’s the mascot for the Ohio Lions Clubs’ vision education and eyeglass recycling program, said Bob Miller, the man behind the eyeglass mask. Eddie has been visiting schools in Ohio since 1992, Miller said. He teaches students about eye health and safety and visiting the eye doctor.
Shoplifters, beware. Flagstaff’s downtown merchants are posting photos of alleged shoplifters to their social media accounts. They’re also sharing them with other shop owners. Babbitt’s Backcountry Outfitters and Mountain Sports both posted security camera photos of alleged shoplifters to their Facebook and Instagram accounts this week.Lisa Lamberson said this is not the first time Mountain Sports has used Instagram to post a photo of an alleged shoplifter. “I don’t like doing it.
Police responded to a fatal stabbing incident between two adult men outside of Killip Elementary this afternoon and are searching for one suspect.All students and FACTS program students are safe and are only being released to their parents. Parents of Killip Elementary School students should pick their students up at the north entrance of the school. According to Flagstaff Police Department, officer received a call around 3 p.m. of a fight involving a knife at Killip Elementary School.
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