Photo: Dignity Health/Yavapai Regional Medical Center people accept the signed proclamation from Mayor Phil Goode The City of Prescott, Arizona, has officially recognized the importance of Patient Blood Management (PBM) by proclaiming November 6-10, 2023, as Patient Blood Management Awareness Week. This acknowledgment highlights the critical role that PBM plays in healthcare, and how it
October 25, 2023
The local chapter of Yavapai County’s Conservatives for a Constitutional Republic (ConCR) has announced that former Arizona Attorney General Candidate, Abe Hamadeh, will speak at their upcoming meeting this Saturday, October 28th, in Chino Valley. The meeting is free and open to the public but seating is limited. Those wishing to attend are asked to RSVP.
Image courtesy of DepositPhotos During a homebuying transaction, it is required that sellers disclose a property’s physical defects to shoppers before a deal is finalized. But are there similar rules in place for sellers and their real estate agents if deaths, murders, hauntings and/or paranormal activity have knowingly occurred on the property being sold? According
Opinion: Visa and Mastercard Raising Fees; Congress Must Pass the Credit Card Competition Act – Inside Sources
In the world of sponsorships, VIP seats, and lavish executive privileges, credit card giants like Visa and Mastercard, along with every major bank, have perfected the art of selling their products. From top sponsorships at everything from the Olympics to the World Cup, you can’t turn on the TV without getting inundated with credit card marketing. Yet, behind
A record 2.47 million migrants were stopped at the southern border in fiscal 2023, with the Tucson sector of the border leading the rest of the nation for the third straight month. New numbers from Customs and Border Protection show that migrant encounters in the Tucson sector rose from 48,754 in August to 51,001 in September,
After spending $6 trillion on social welfare and a Green New Deal spending spree and running our national debt up to $33 trillion, President Joe Biden is asking to whip out the federal credit card yet again for $100 billion more in military assistance for Ukraine and Israel and “humanitarian” aid. Yes, it certainly is