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Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Planting Your Christmas Tree After the Holidays

The ‘Single Blue Pinyon Pine‘ is a local variety that gives a bold appearance to a rustic tree. Its blue color blends well in dry mountain landscapes as well as modern and Mediterranean-style gardens. The tidy appearance and unusual blue color are stunning. This tree is gaining popularity at farmers’ markets for its pine nut

Shopping

5 Money saving tips for online shoppers

Online shopping is the most convenient way to get what you need without having to leave your house, but it can also be an expensive habit. You might think you’re not an online shopper, but the truth is that we all are! In fact, 84% of consumers have purchased something from a retailer’s website in

Travel

Pack your patience: Holiday travel could reach pre-pandemic levels

Thanksgiving is historically the busiest time of the year for Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, and despite the lingering effects of the pandemic, airport officials expect that to be the case again next week. “Our passenger numbers have been steadily going up since the start of the pandemic,” Sky Harbor public information officer Greg Roybal said.

Business

How to Research Your Business Plan

No matter how eager you are to launch your business based on that winning idea you have in your head, writing a thorough business plan is a must on your path to entrepreneurship. Not only will you be expected to present a strong business plan to potential lenders and investors when seeking funding, but you’ll

Veterans

Want to support veterans? 4 tips for finding good charities

Finding a well-run veterans’ charity isn’t hard with some due diligence. www.shutterstock.com Brian Mittendorf, The Ohio State University Many Americans donate to charities that help military veterans as a way to honor them for their service to the country. It can, however, be daunting to choose from the more than 8,000 such groups operating nationwide.

Sports betting

Casinos in Arizona See Revenue Boost Since Summer

The latest numbers from the Arizona Department of Gaming show that tribal casinos have contributed $40 million to the state during the Q1 of the fiscal year, which is a 192% contribution increase over the same time frame last year. Believe it or not, the revenue does not reflect sports betting, which finally became legal

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