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Embry‑Riddle’s Prescott Campus Celebrates 45 Years of Community Contributions

Photo: At Embry‑Riddle’s Prescott Campus, community service is a team effort. Shown here are (L-R): Student Engagement Director Kelsey Tempas, Prescott Campus Chancellor Dr. Anette Karlsson, Interim Dean of Students Lee Wilkerson and student Colby Kroedel, who serves as philanthropy chair for Sigma Chi. (Photo: Embry‑Riddle/Connor McShane) Since its inception 45 years ago, achievements and


Opinion: Hispanics Unhappy With Direction of U.S. – Inside Sources

President Biden has a Latino problem. That’s a takeaway from a new poll that The LIBRE Institute recently published. The poll examines the U.S. Hispanic community’s attitude to a host of policy issues, and the results highlight a challenge — and an opportunity — facing all politicians: One of America’s largest and fastest-growing voting groups is deeply


5 Hacks For Super-Charging a Career After College

How can college grads rev up their careers? The good news is that there are several effective tactics for building momentum with salary increases, position advancement, and personal growth. Everything begins with a solid plan, followed by additional education, the services of a professional job coach, knowing how to dress, and more. Here are the


Opinion: Immigration Displacing U.S. Workers at Record Pace – Joe Guzzardi

Serious, insightful and unafraid financial analysts long ago discredited the monthly Bureau of Labor Statistics report. In their collective opinion, BLS’ analysis of the economy’s job gains is a federal government public relations tool, the goal of which is to deceive and distract from the truth. Zero Hedge is one of the few sources that dissects reality

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Yavapai College Fire Academy graduates 14 future first responders

Photo: The spring 2023 graduating class of the Yavapai College Fire Academy It takes an extended family of fire service employees to train future first responders at Yavapai College, but it takes grit, determination, teamwork and sacrifice for individual cadets to attain “firefighter” status at the end of a grueling semester of training. Fourteen men


Arizona unemployment falls to 3.8% – The Center Square

Arizona’s workforce gained 98,400 jobs in the 12 months ending in January. The Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity released economic data showing seasonally adjusted employment numbers for January increased by 7,783. The data, released Thursday, show non-seasonally adjusted employment decreased by 32,600 jobs. This is a smaller average decrease than previous numbers posted in January.

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