Top Nav

Archive | Columnists

Coral Evans

Local Elections Determine Day-to-Day Life

Hello, Northern Arizona! As I write this, summer is coming to a close and we are gearing up for what is going to be an unusual fall. Also as I write, people are voting. I love voting. My mother instilled a deep respect for the democratic process in my brother and me and brought us […]

Continue Reading 0

When is Allergy Season in Northern Arizona?

It’s ragweed time again! It seems like allergies are a year-round problem in Northern Arizona. Why is that? We live in a unique climate because of the lower elevation areas surrounding Flagstaff. Pollen can travel very long distances, so we are also affected by allergy season in the Phoenix, Sedona and Cottonwood areas. So, when […]

Continue Reading 0

NAU Supporting Businesses, Communities During COVID-19

Outside of the critical work of preparing Northern Arizona University for the return to campus, researchers, faculty and staff have been working hard to find vaccines, improve testing and support stressed communities and local businesses as they live through the various effects of the pandemic. One recent effort to enhance consumer confidence is an NAU […]

Continue Reading 0
Ed Gussio 2

Free Powerful HR, Employee Benefits Technology Available

Let’s face it: All businesses want to simplify HR, payroll and benefits. After all, human resources really means “HUMAN” resources – hiring, training and managing the people factor of a business. Until recently, businesses that wanted a fully integrated HR, payroll and employee benefit technology solution migrated to national payroll companies that offered these bundled […]

Continue Reading 0

Taking Precautions, Focusing on Now

This is a time of extreme stress for many people. In the news, every day for months, there’s the COVID-19 virus, illness, death, economic and financial collapse, social and political unrest, and isolation. On a day-to-day basis, almost everyone’s life has been disrupted. Many worries are about the future, things that haven’t happened yet. Some […]

Continue Reading 0

Gaining Perspective on Cancer Care

“You have cancer.” Not only is this news difficult to receive, but it’s difficult to deliver. There they are: two people in an office, one with news to give and one with news to receive, two people occupying the same space and time, within the same moment, both under duress (it is stressful to deliver […]

Continue Reading 0
DuPrez, Back

Forming Healthy Habits for Sustainable Recovery 

Most of the men who come into treatment are there because their lives have become unmanageable and are in dire need of structure. The carefully designed schedule of Back2Basics mirrors that of a balanced lifestyle, focusing on the discipline required to accomplish the tasks needed to maintain a healthy existence. Creating and adhering to a […]

Continue Reading 0
Paulsrud, Core, Russ Lyon

There’s No Place Like Home, Especially Now

A message from Freddi: The world is struggling right now to find its balance. Stepping into a grocery store or walking down a crowded street are activities for which we are told to mask up and keep our distance. No longer are we to hug our friends when we see them walking past or invite the […]

Continue Reading 0

How to Water Well

Here is a scene that plays out pretty frequently at the nursery: A gardener comes in to ask about his or her dying outdoor garden – trees, shrubs, veggies or flowerbeds. In the course of conversation, it will become apparent that the problem is the plants simply aren’t getting enough water. The gardener is shocked. […]

Continue Reading 0
monika leuenberger

Are You Ready to Hit the Road?

We are so lucky to live in the beautiful Southwest. Surrounded by diverse landscapes, charming towns, beautiful National Parks and even beaches that are within driving distance if you are up for a road trip! The recent COVID-19 outbreak has put a stop to most of our travel plans for the spring, but if you […]

Continue Reading 0

Website Design by DRCMedia LLC