August 23, 2020

National

States Whose July Unemployment Rates Are Bouncing Back Most – Study

With the U.S. gaining 1.8 million jobs in July and the national unemployment rate at 10.2% compared to the nearly historic high of 14.7% at the peak of the coronavirus pandemic, WalletHub released updated rankings for the States Whose July Unemployment Rates Are Bouncing Back Most, to illustrate which areas of the country have had the

Education

NAU’s Cline Library awarded prestigious grant to fund extended reality programming

The Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State, awarded a $70,221 grant to Northern Arizona University’s Cline Library. The grant project, Extended Reality Creation for Arizona Educators, will expand the library’s extended reality programming by creating a circulating pool of extended reality equipment while simultaneously providing training, consultations

Buz Blog

Police, Racism, BLM & Antifa

First, let me state that I am 100% against true racism. Not the “racism” that left wing politicians call, “systemic racism”, whatever that is; they never define it. Not the imaginary racism that is supposed to be hidden with code words or can only be detected with “dog whistles”. I’m opposed to the racism that

Local

Catholic Charities Virtual Counseling Is Available for Domestic Violence Victims

With the coronavirus pandemic forcing individuals and families to stay home, victims of domestic violence face even greater risk of injury and the associated impact of depression and anxiety. To address the challenge, Catholic Charities is providing individual virtual counseling as well as forming low-cost, small, virtual support groups of 10 or fewer to assist

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