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Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Discovering More Joy in 2021 Through Plants and Pets

We all know 2020 has been a wild ride physically, mentally, and emotionally. Being outdoors in the garden, on a trail, or simply watching a sunset on the back patio has been a stress releaser for many. I’ve helped so many new to gardening this year find a little joy in plants and gardening amid

State

Arizonans among the most likely to leave negative reviews, finds survey

37% of Arizonans say they regularly post negative online reviews. 1 in 4 businesses believe rivals post fake reviews about them. However, only 1 in 4 take the time to respond to a customer’s review. The rise of review sites such as Tripadvisor and Yelp, and the ability for people to leave feedback on almost any business site,

Opinion

Opinion: Lessons From a (GOP) Transsexual Satanic Anarchist

When Republican voters in Cheshire County, N.H., went to the polls last week, little did they know they would be the critical ignition point of a national news story that would spread like wildfire coast to coast. We at Cornerstone, a pro-family group in the Granite State, got a hint of the notoriety to come

Local

American Red Cross Tips for Staying Safe During Monsoon Season

Monsoon season brings a variety of conditions that can include thunderstorms, heavy rain, severe weather, and an increased risk of flooding. The Red Cross wants everyone to know what steps they can take to stay safe if potentially dangerous weather is predicted in your community. HEAVY RAIN & FLOOD SAFETY TIPS: · Turnaround don’t drown!

Local

Make Water Safety a Priority

DROWNING: IT CAN HAPPEN IN SECONDS Know what to do in an emergency. If a child is missing, check the water first. Seconds count in preventing death or disability. From 2005-2014, there were an average of 3,536 drowning incidents (non-boating related) annually in the United States – about ten deaths per day. One in five

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