January 5, 2021

Education

Yavapai College Continues Registration, Will Move to Phase Orange for Spring Semester January 19

Registration continues for Yavapai College’s Spring 2021 semester, as the College comes off Winter Break offering a diverse schedule of conventional, remote-learning and hybrid courses commencing Tuesday, January 19. Yavapai College will begin Spring Semester in Phase Orange of its five-phase COVID-19 re-entry plan, with most courses offered remotely through Zoom. In-person laboratory instruction and

Education

Arizona Receives “A” Grade For Charter School Law

Arizona continues to be the model state for school choice — ranking number one in the nation for charter school law by the Center for Education Reform’s 2020 report. Arizona was the only state in the study to receive an “A” grade. “With more than 25 years of charter school success, we are proud to

Gas Prices

Arizona Weekly Gas Price Update for January 5, 2021

Arizona gas prices have risen 2.4 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.25/g today, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 2,269 stations. Gas prices in Arizona are 1.9 cents per gallon higher than a month ago and stand 52.6 cents per gallon lower than a year ago. According to GasBuddy price reports, the

Oath Keepers

Oath Keepers – Survival Foods

Food can be used as a weapon system. You control the food, you can control a population. How much food (3 months, 6 months, 2 years?) should you have in storage, and what kind of non-perishables to have on hand?

COVID-19

The cold supply chain can’t reach everywhere – that’s a big problem for equitable COVID-19 vaccination

Getting vaccines to rural and hard-to-reach areas is critical for public health and ethical reasons. Hector Roqueta Rivero/Moment via Getty Images Timothy Ford, University of Massachusetts Lowell and Charles M. Schweik, University of Massachusetts Amherst To mitigate health inequities and promote social justice, coronavirus vaccines need to get to underserved populations and hard-to-reach communities. There

Opinion

Opinion: In Close Georgia Senate Races, Money Might Actually Make a Difference

The Georgia Senate runoffs concluding Tuesday aren’t just the new year’s most-watched pollical battle, they are also among the priciest. Democratic candidates Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff have raised astonishing amounts of money–more than $100 million each, while Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler have also raised huge sums, albeit less ($58 million). That’s

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