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The Zany Sage

Secrets of a Craigslist Ninja

I’m going to reveal something shocking about myself. In addition to being the Zany Sage and a Badass Organizer, I am a Craigslist Ninja. It’s true. I may not utilize throwing stars or rappel from tall buildings, but I am known for my prowess in wrangling bargains and making a few bucks. I even wrote

COVID-19

NAU researchers develop K-12 school COVID-19 transmission tracking protocol

When COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, K-12 schools were among the first operations to close in order to prevent community spread in the United States. As schools slowly begin to reopen for in-person classes throughout the country, there is still sparse information about COVID-19 mitigation strategy adherence, including physical distancing, mask wearing and hand washing,

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Voters, officials prepare for possible intimidation at the polls

Just days before Election Day, elections officials are on alert for voter intimidation – which can range from threatening emails to campaigning too close to a polling location to “ostentatious display” of weapons – and working to educate voters about their rights and how to respond. Intimidation is illegal under state and federal law, and

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