May 20, 2021

Men's Health

It’s time to focus on men’s physical health

Photo: Don Schiller uses the TRX Suspension Trainer during a personal training session with Touchmark Health & Fitness Club Director Nick Brown. June is National Men’s Health Month. This is important to note because many men don’t recognize how the passing of time affects their metabolism and fitness levels. Don Schiller, 83, experienced this very


Yavapai College’s Prescott CommEd Programs Offer Old-School, Zoom School & Personalized Options for Summer Semester

Equipped with an arsenal of in-person guidelines, Zoom tutorials, trained facilitators and creative work-arounds, the Community Education programs on Yavapai College’s Prescott Campus offer a variety of class styles to get students safe, comfortable, and learning again when the Summer semester begins June 7. Seniors balancing learning with COVID caution have a kindred spirit at

Opioid epidemic

Governor Ducey Signs Legislation To Help Prevent Fentanyl Overdoses

Governor Doug Ducey signed legislation yesterday to exclude fentanyl testing products from the list of illegal drug paraphernalia, allowing those who use drugs or suffer from addiction to identify drugs that have been laced with the lethal narcotic. “Drug use claims far too many lives each year,” said Governor Ducey. “We want everyone who is

Legal Beat

Supreme Court to consider if two death-row inmates get new hearings

The Supreme Court said it will consider whether two Arizona death-row inmates should get new hearings on claims that attorneys who represented them decades ago failed to present evidence that could have spared them. A federal appeals court agreed that David Ramirez’s attorney failed to present evidence of a “truly deplorable” childhood and intellectual disability

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