May 24, 2021

Local

MATFORCE partners with Catholic Charities to bring free summer camp for second year

Through the Trauma Lens Care program MATFORCE understands that children from hard places often need more positive experiences to help build resilience in their lives. Therefore, MATFORCE and Catholic Charities are partnering to bring a respite summer camp to children in foster care again this year. This camp is for current and past foster children

Environment

Governors Ducey, Pavlovich Sign Water, Air Quality Agreement

Governor Doug Ducey and Sonora Governor Claudia Pavlovich capped their close, six-year professional relationship by signing an agreement to secure the neighboring states’ water future and expand collaboration to monitor air quality. Meeting for the last time before Governor Pavlovich leaves office in September, the Governors also participated in a “fireside chat” where they discussed

Archaeology

NAU archaeologists teach computers to sort ancient pottery

Archaeologists at Northern Arizona University are hoping a new technology they helped pioneer will change the way scientists study the broken pieces left behind by ancient societies. The team from NAU’s Department of Anthropology have succeeded in teaching computers to perform a complex task many scientists who study ancient societies have long dreamt of: rapidly

Hypnotically Speaking

Hypnotically Speaking

Your ability to control your habits or addictions are directly dependent on your ability to influence your behaviors. Whether you are stopping smoking, vaping, chewing, drinking, drugs, or losing weight, even breaking habits of emotion that no longer serve you, it’s important for you to influence yourself in a positive way. We influence our behaviors

Opinion

Opinion – Americans’ Trust in Media Is Broken; Here’s How to Fix It

Americans’ trust in the national news media is low and getting worse. Mainstream journalism has lost the respect of much of the public, though soul-searching and changes by the industry could reverse this trend. A new study by Media Insight Project funded by The Associated Press and the University of Chicago found bedrock journalism values are respected

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