December 6, 2020

Dining Out

Jen’s 7th Ave Cafe in Prescott Valley

So, there I was, hacking my way through the Urban Jungle. My arms were tired, my feet riddled with pain. Hunger inside me and no relief in sight. But wait, what is that in the distance? There, on the frontage road in Prescott Valley, a sight for tired eyes and tired feet. A beacon of

Health

Public Health Expert: San Fran’s Vaping Ban ‘Makes No Sense’

A leading public health expert and anti-smoking advocate calls the San Francisco vote to ban smoking and vaping in residential apartments “the opposite of what we should be doing” to improve health outcomes. The San Francisco board of supervisors voted 10-to-1 to prohibit smoking of traditional cigarettes as well as vaping, but they exempted cannabis

Science

NAU planetary scientist named key partner on NASA’s Lunar Trailblazer mission

After a year of preliminary design and several reviews, NASA recently confirmed its Lunar Trailblazer mission will proceed to the final design and build phase. Selected in June 2019 with planned flight system delivery in October 2022, the Lunar Trailblazer mission targets one of the most surprising discoveries of the decade: the presence of water

Buz Blog

Opinion: How Would Biden Unite Us?

Candidate Biden, after the media declared him the President Elect, made the statement, “I will be a President for all Americans — whether you voted for me or not. I will keep the faith that you have placed in me.” And also, “It’s time for America to unite. And to heal. We are the United

Taxes

IRS expands Identity Protection PIN Opt-In Program to taxpayers nationwide

As part of the Security Summit effort, the Internal Revenue Service announced today that starting in January the Identity Protection PIN Opt-In Program will be expanded to all taxpayers who can properly verify their identities. The Summit partners, including state tax agencies, the nation’s tax industry and the IRS, marked the third day of the

COVID-19

First COVID-19 vaccines, vaccinations expected in Arizona by Dec. 15

Arizona health officials said they expect to get the first of more than 380,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine by Dec. 15 and will begin vaccinating health care workers and first responders shortly thereafter. Arizona Department of Health Services Director Dr. Cara Christ made that announcement Friday, as the state submitted its plans for vaccine distribution

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