May 16, 2022

5 Awesome Travel Destinations for Nature Lovers

Did you know that there are dozens of amazing travel destinations for nature lovers all over the world? If you’re looking to get away from it all and enjoy some peace and quiet in nature, you’ll want to check out some of these incredible locations. From dense rain forests to snow-capped mountains, there’s something for

Arts & Culture

3rd Annual Prescott Plein Air Art Festival Celebrates Area’s Iconic Beauty

With workshops and other events preceding the festival, this annual celebration offers attendees a chance to observe and interact with artists painting in outdoor settings From October 13-16, 2022, fifteen professional artists will take their studios outdoors, painting at scenic locations around the Prescott area as part of the 3rd Annual Prescott Plein Air Art

Sports

Wranglers Defense Is The Difference In 36-21 Win Over Tucson

Photo: 24 Mercado Anderson brings down 4 Arthur Jackson, with 2 Tevin Homer and 3 Quentin Pedroza Quarterback Kaleb Barker threw three TD passes and the defense shined as the Northern Arizona Wranglers evened up the season series with a 36-21 win over the Tucson Sugar Skulls, as the team returned home after a three

Transportation and Safety Administration

Gosar Votes to Prohibit TSA From Accepting Arrest Warrants as Identification for Travel

Congressman Paul Gosar, D.D.S. (R-AZ), issued the following statement after voting to prohibit the Transportation and Safety Administration (TSA) from accepting documents such as an arrest warrant or a court order to appear as valid forms of identification to board an airplane. “An I.D. is an easy to get and well accepted form of proper identification

Northern Arizona University

Soil microbes use different pathways to metabolize carbon – NAU

Much of what scientists think about soil metabolism may be wrong. New evidence from Northern Arizona University suggests that microbes in different soils use different biochemical pathways to process nutrients, respire and grow. The study, published in Plant and Soil, upends long-held assumptions in the field of soil ecology and calls for more investigation and higher-resolution methods

Social Security and You

Social Security for Divorced Women

Image by Steve Buissinne from Pixabay My wife and I and a group of our neighbors were chatting the other day, and it dawned on us that there are eight houses in a row on our block in which each of the couples has been married for more than 50 years! Well, not quite. My

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