November 8, 2021

Prescott National Forest

White Spar Prescribed Burn Planned on the Bradshaw RD

Fire Managers on the Bradshaw Ranger District will begin implementing the White Spar RX starting as early as Monday, November 8 continuing through Friday, November 12, 2021.  Firefighters plan to treat 415 acres near White Spar Campground and the community of Haisley Homestead; north of Schoolhouse Gulch Road (T13N, R2W, SEC 16) if conditions are

Science

Let’s talk about the 1,800-plus ‘young’ volcanoes in the U.S. Southwest

Photo: The peaks of monogenetic volcanoes, viewed across Lunar Lake in Nevada They’re born. They live once, erupting for a period that might last for days, years or decades. Then, they go dark and die. And in Flagstaff and throughout the Southwest, they are our neighbors. This is the life of a monogenetic volcano, a

Health

Keeping Your Veins Healthy: 7 Good Lifestyle Choices to Follow

The European Union’s drug regulator identified last month a rare case of blood clotting in the veins as a side effect of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. It is worth pointing out that these conditions are rare and it still does not outweigh the effectiveness of the vaccine. These unlikely side effects can be immediately

Hypnotically Speaking

Hypnotically Speaking

Let’s explore how hypnosis can help to manage pain. Pain signals the nervous system telling us something may be wrong and is the most common reason for a visit to the doctor’s office. As a major symptom of many medical conditions, it can interfere with a person’s quality of life on many levels. Pain is

Opinion

Opinion: Stop Letting China Buy Influence in Washington

Americans can’t buy Huawei’s phones, but Huawei can buy Americans. The Chinese technology company has been on a spending spree in Washington, D.C. This summer, it hired lobbying firms run by former Republican and Democratic members of Congress. It also paid $500,000 to hire Democratic super-lobbyist Tony Podesta to lobby the White House. All this has happened

Michael Barone

Opinion: Biden Democrats Lose Big — And on Cultural Issues

President Joe Biden returned the morning of Nov. 3 to a nation that no longer supports him or his party. Virginia, which he carried 55% to 44% in 2020, has elected Republican Glenn Youngkin as governor, Republicans for lieutenant governor and attorney general, and recaptured a majority in the House of Delegates. Even more startlingly,

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