October 1, 2021

Education

Yavapai College Begins Process to Launch Four-Year Degree Options

Yavapai College has begun the process of launching baccalaureate degrees, more commonly referred to as four-year degrees. Under the leadership of College President Dr. Lisa B. Rhine, YC has formed a working group to research potential fits, identify community needs, establish a curriculum, and launch possible four-year degrees. In May, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed

Arizona Attorney General Race

Rodney Glassman Announces for Arizona Attorney General

Rodney Glassman, United States Air Force JAG Corps Reservist and private attorney, today announced his candidacy for Arizona Attorney General. Beyond his private practice, Glassman has prosecuted financial crimes, drug dealers, and fought for victims of sexual assault during his more than twelve years of military service. Glassman’s campaign will emphasize the importance of protecting

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

9 Houseplants that Make a Kitchen Statement

Houseplants are a quick and easy way to spruce up your decor. When it comes to the kitchen, growing plants indoors has some practical applications. The right plants purify inside air, add splashes of color, and provide fresh produce. These 9 houseplants are the ideal place to start in your kitchen. African Violets – Saintpaulia,

Juvenile Delinquency

Governor’s Office Awards $950,000 to Prevent Delinquency & Reduce Recidivism in Arizona Juveniles

The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family (GOYFF) has awarded approximately $950,000 in grant funding to 10 organizations working to prevent juvenile delinquency and reduce rates of recidivism in juveniles. “Arizona is committed to supporting ongoing efforts to prevent juvenile delinquency and reduce juvenile recidivism,” said Director Maria Cristina Fuentes. “I look forward to

Cybercrime

New DEA Alert Latest Reminder that Cybercrime Can Kill

The COVID-19 era brought a record number of drug overdose deaths — more than 93,000 last year — fed in part by a surging cybercrime industry selling fake pharmaceuticals. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) just issued a public warning over the growing number of fake pills bought online, some of which are laced with potentially lethal amounts

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