March 26, 2021

COVID-19

Why you should get a COVID-19 vaccine – even if you’ve already had the coronavirus

Vaccination produces a much stronger and more consistent immune response than infection. Andriy Onufriyenko/Moment via Getty Images Jennifer T. Grier, University of South Carolina A few weeks ago, a message popped up in the corner of my screen. “What do you think about people who have recently had COVID–19 getting the vaccine?” A friend of

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

The Best Small Trees for Tiny Yards

We don’t all have room for a mighty Maple or the outstretched branches of a native Sycamore in our backyard. After this article, you will have the fantastic few that outshine the rest in today’s modern yard. Whether you are looking for shade or springs bright colors in your yard, these trees mature below 25

State

Mohave County, Navajo officials push to broaden ‘downwinder’ coverage

Federal law has long compensated residents who lived downwind from open-air nuclear test sites in the 1950s and 1960s, including many in northern Arizona – but not residents in most of Mohave County. County Supervisor Jean Bishop, who has seen her family and neighbors racked by cancers, told a House committee Wednesday that this is

COVID-19

As Arizona Hits 3 Million Vaccine Doses Administered, Governor Ducey Announces New Phase Of COVID-19 Mitigation

With Declining Cases And Hospitalizations At Lowest Levels In Months, Business Guidelines Transition From Requirements To Recommendations With the state of Arizona hitting several important public health benchmarks, Governor Doug Ducey today announced several updates to the state’s COVID-19 measures, including on events, businesses and local ordinances. Several key data points contributed to these changes:

Opinion

Opinion: Conservatism at the Crossroads

American conservatives face irrelevancy and division in their ranks. Traditional conservatism, the credo of “rock-ribbed” Republicans, has faded. Americans forget the post-war conservative presidents such as Dwight Eisenhower, the World War II general, and Ronald Reagan, who demanded Mikhail Gorbachev “tear down this wall” between East and West Berlin. Instead, far-rightists, evangelical Christians, and extremist

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