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Time to Bring Back the ‘Victory Garden’

Over the past few weeks, we have been told we are on “war footing,” with all the nations of the world battling an invisible enemy called coronavirus. It’s probably the most unconventional war we’ve ever waged; instead of taking up arms and gearing up to fight, we’re asked to stay home, self-isolate and do a […]

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First Homes Selling in Kachina Village’s Newest Pocket Neighborhood

AspireFund, a Qualified Opportunity Zone Fund (QOF), has celebrated the fourth home sold in newly developed Kachina Pines, the first subdivision built in Kachina Village in more than 15 years. These modestly-priced Craftsman-style homes are the first of nine affordable housing units as part of the much-lauded Opportunity Zone development project spearheaded by AspireFund leader […]

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Immune Readiness in the Time of COVID

We are all on a journey unlike any we have experienced before. Now that we have more time and, perhaps, motivation to contemplate life, many questions come to mind about our health, our family, our connection to humankind, the way we spend our time and energy, who and what are most important to us. One […]

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Building a Better You in the Middle of a Pandemic

As 2020 continues, it is fair to say the year has not been what we expected. From stay-at-home to sickness to Zoom birthday parties, the COVID-19 virus has certainly been a life-changer for the majority of people across the globe. But, even in the midst of the chaos, we can still better ourselves and find […]

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Coconino County Promoting One County, One Response

This uncertain time is unsettling for many of our community members as businesses, employees and families are trying to cope with the global pandemic. The county is consistently providing information and tools that can help mitigate the impacts of the pandemic for business owners and employees. The following is a list of websites and information […]

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Keeping Rural Economies Afloat

Hello, Northern Arizona. I hope you are all hanging in there okay. I know this is an incredibly uncertain and difficult situation. Like you, I have been personally and directly impacted by COVID-19. My business is currently in flux and I was laid off from one of my jobs, a small business. Most of us […]

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Communication has Changed Forever

The ways of interacting were already changing before the COVID-19 pandemic. Zoom (like Kleenex means any brand of tissue, Zoom can mean any kind of online meetings) meetings have been becoming more common. Businesses saved money on airfare and hotels, business people spent less time in airports, on the road and in hotels and more […]

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Three Scams to Look Out for During the COVID-19 Pandemic

There’s no doubt about it – the COVID-19 pandemic is a time of uncertainty and unique challenges. As we navigate new waters, from business closures to stimulus checks, scammers nationwide are attempting to take advantage of the panic and exploit consumers. So that you can stay in the know, we’ve gathered some of the top […]

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How to Care for a Loved One with Hearing Aids

According to the Labor of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 16% of the population provided eldercare between 2017 and 2018. Combine that with one in three people over the age of 65 having a hearing loss, and there is a very good chance you are or will be caring for someone with hearing aids. Hearing care […]

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