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Yavapai College

Yavapai College Fire Academy promotes 12 cadets to the front lines

Twelve aspiring firefighters have taken the first step toward fulfilling their dream of joining the ranks of first responders by graduating from the Yavapai College Fire Academy. The 12 men celebrated the achievement with loved ones, their instructors and area fire agency personnel Dec. 16 at the Central Arizona Regional Training Academy in Prescott Valley,


Governor Ducey Highlights Arizona Economic Success at Tempe-Based Business

Employment totals surpass pre-pandemic levels, unemployment rate dips  Governor Doug Ducey highlighted Arizona’s latest economic numbers – a drop in the unemployment rate to 4.7 percent – as an example of the successes the state has had in streamlining taxes and creating a pro-business environment. Speaking at an event with the Coalition to Protect American


Opinion: With Bad Information Comes Great Responsibility

Misinformation is not a new concept but the newly crowned online media giants of the 21st century have allowed it to propagate untethered. The avalanche of bad information that journalists and the public face today is one of the defining problems of the century. The father of modern journalism, Walter Lippmann, argued in the 1920s

Arizona State University

Colleges nationwide face rapid decline in male enrollment, although ASU bucks the trend

Martine Garcia, a first-generation student at Chandler-Gilbert Community College, was surprised when he was asked a few years ago to be president of a new school club. He hadn’t been particularly involved on campus, and the invitation to head the Male Empowerment Network, a support and mentoring group for minority male students, didn’t really make

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: Biden Holds a Losing Hand

As President Joe Biden’s poll numbers sank this fall, and the presidentially ambitious in his party began to stir, the White House put out the word. Forget all that 2020 campaign chatter about Biden being a “transitional president.” He intends to run and win a second term. Well, perhaps. Yet, skepticism abounds. First, if Biden

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