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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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Celebrating the Spirit of Travel with a Flagstaff Staycation

National Travel and Tourism Week is an annual tradition for the U.S. travel community, and this year, Discover Flagstaff is inviting area residents to further embrace the spirit of travel by supporting local businesses and helping neighbors that are playing a key role in rebuilding our community. The spirit of travel isn’t only found in […]

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Arizona Community Foundation Collaborates to Raise $8 Million to Help Nonprofits Respond to COVID-19

Thanks to the generosity of foundation and corporate partners, families, and individual donors, the Arizona COVID-19 Community Response Fund and affiliate relief funds at the Arizona Community Foundation have grown to over $7.9 million in just over a month.The first major gift came from Bank of America Charitable Foundation and was quickly followed by major […]

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Sedona Begins Re-Opening with Safe.Clean.Ready Campaign

With retail stores and restaurants reopening, one of Arizona’s top tourism destinations announced an innovative campaign inviting businesses to adopt a list of safe operational practices publicly posted on the internet. The Sedona | Safe.Clean.Ready website lists businesses that adopt the voluntary standards and adds eight safety practices for travelers to red rock country. More […]

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Bill Helps Arizonans Struggling with Rent, Mortgages During Coronavirus Pandemic

Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema and a group of Senators from the Banking Committee introduced legislation providing a new $75 billion Housing Assistance Fund to help everyday Arizona families afford rent and mortgage payments during the coronavirus pandemic. “I hear directly from everyday Arizonans worried about their rent and mortgage payments during this ongoing public […]

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Baking for Health

Cookies, cupcakes, donuts and brownies are not typically considered healthy foods, but Health Coach Karen Russell has found a way to bake for one’s sweet tooth without the processed sugar and gluten. Owner of Sedona-based Karen’s Gluten Free Living, Russell says her introduction to baking started as a child with an Easy Bake Oven.  She recalls […]

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Carbon Dioxide Emissions Dropping to Unprecedented Levels during COVID-19 Outbreak

As the demand for transportation fuels has plummeted at an unprecedented rate in the last month because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a Northern Arizona University atmospheric scientist says the dramatic decrease in local air pollution and carbon dioxide (CO2) levels above cities is significant, measurable, and could be historic, depending on how long commuters and […]

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Taking a Liking to Takeout

Messages promoting restaurant takeout orders have swept the country during the shuttering of restaurant dining rooms. Already reaching more than 117 million people nationwide, The Great American Takeout marketing campaign uses social media to spread the word. Promoters encourage Americans to order takeout, snap photos and then post them on Twitter with #TheGreatAmericanTakeout and @TheGATakeout […]

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