April 25, 2022


Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation Honors Founder Barbara Polk with Building Dedication

Photo: Four Generations of the Polk Family standing in front of the newly Dedicated Barbara Polk Family Visitation Center. Pictured left to right: John Polk (Grandson), Tom Polk(son), Baby Jack (Great Grandson), Gene Polk (Husband), Laura Polk (Granddaughter), and Stephen Polk (Grandson). Last week, Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation named their Family Visitation Center after


5 Strategies that can help you Protect Your Business From Inflation

The inflation rate in January 2022 was 7.5%, the highest since February 1982. Inflation does not automatically endanger every business or affect all businesses equally. Yet, it can affect everything from profitability to customer satisfaction. Supply chain problems due to inflation can make it hard or impossible to manufacture certain products. It can also prevent

Small Business

Governor Ducey Opens New Round Of Funding To Help Small Businesses Hire And Retain Employees

Governor Doug Ducey announced $5 million in additional funding for the Back to Work Small Business Rehiring and Retention program to further assist small businesses as they continue to recover from economic consequences of the pandemic. “Arizona’s economy is booming and jobs are exploding all across the state,” said Governor Ducey. “Now, our small businesses

Quantum Computing

Using the “weird” in quantum computing to answer hard questions – NAU

Zeros and ones, qubits, superpositions, quantum photonics, entanglements, subatomic particles, artificial molecules; all terms that can sound like a foreign language—and that is because, in some sense, the world of quantum computing is. Ph.D. students Jaime Diaz and Taylor Begay-Wilson worked on a project in Bertrand Cambou’s class using IBM’s open software development kit, called qiskit, to better understand quantum computing and

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