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Business

How to Prepare for Permanent Remote Work

The general public was introduced to widespread work-from-home policies once the COVID-19 pandemic began in March 2020. As we approach 2021, the pandemic is still ongoing, and remote work is in full swing. In fact, many experts are predicting that remote work is here to stay. Luckily, this arrangement has many benefits, such as increased

Health

Opinion: Rare Progress in Mental Health Policy When It’s Needed the Most

Rarely do five pieces of legislation on a single topic pass a chamber of Congress — especially when that topic is sensitive or often stigmatized, as mental health and suicide are. Even more rare is such a comprehensive set of policies introduced and co-sponsored by a group of lawmakers that cross the political and ideological

Opinion

Opinion: Wildfires – Point / Counterpoint

Point: Wildfires Prove There Is No Time for Delay in Rejecting Fossil Fuels Hannah Sohl | InsideSources.com  In southern Oregon, we have been living with the effects of climate change for years. Our summers are hotter, drier and increasingly smoky due to wildfires. Smoke has shut down performances at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and endangered the

Local

New Yavapai College District Governing Board Member Sworn In

New Yavapai College District Governing Board member, Mr. Mitch Padilla, was sworn in today at a ceremony conducted by Tim Carter, Yavapai County School Superintendent, during the Board’s regular monthly meeting. Padilla will represent District 5, which was previously held by Mr. Steve Irwin, who resigned from the post in April. Padilla, a resident of

Politics

Pence Calls Out Cuomo, de Blasio Over NY’s COVID Death Rate

Vice President Mike Pence is known as a mild-mannered politician whose temperament is very different from his boss Donald Trump. But that didn’t stop him from unloading on New York’s two most prominent Democrats, holding them responsible for their state’s death rate — the second-highest in the nation. Now political observers are asking if Pence’s

Opinion

Opinion: A Historic Ticket Won’t Win Over Women, Minorities

Kamala Harris is the first black woman and South Asian-American named to a presidential ticket. We can recognize and applaud this historic candidacy. But making history alone will not boost enthusiasm for a lackluster Democratic ticket, especially among Blacks. We cannot gloss over the damage that her policy proposals would do to the advancement of

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