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Many of us are feeling the need to do something purposeful these days. At Northwest Valley Connect we can connect you to a variety of purposeful work. more
On April 5, WHAM’s Traveling Art Studio, which is used to take art to the communities of the West Valley, was stolen. more
In a year with many distractions and stressful events, we must not forget that World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is June 15. Annually, this day highlights the issues of elder abuse and the 10% of … more
In these unsettling times of COVID-19, our advance preparation and putting what we learn into action have positioned us for success. At Banner Boswell and Banner Del E. Webb medical centers, … more
During this pandemic, we’ve seen our communities step up for one another to help flatten the curve. While we continue to practice social distancing, one of the most impactful civic duties that … more
I want to explain how to stop the riots, looting and protests since no one seems to know and no one else is saying it. My son from Nigeria and my Russian/Ukrainian daughter from Ukraine thought it … more
Maria Shriver, in her Sunday Paper, says, “Here we are. Sitting in the unknown. Standing in the uncertain.” I’m not very good at sitting, and I’m not very good at dealing with … more
AAA recommends now is a good time for parents to both model safe driving behaviors and help ensure their teens practice them, too. more
The images are heartbreaking. Less than two weeks after Scottsdale businesses emerged from the darkness of the COVID-19 shutdown, many had to shutter their doors yet again after Saturday … more
The Town of Paradise Valley was able to participate and honor the military veterans and all those who have served in all branches of service, along with their families, who sacrificed and did so much to provide the freedoms, democracy and integrity for our country. more
An accurate population count in our city ultimately helps with all types of funding, including dollars allocated for emergencies like the one we are in now. more
Arizona’s House Republicans, the majority party running our state, have once again chosen that the mantra of self-responsibility only applies to the people, and that businesses in our state should be shielded from the consequences of their actions. more
Arizona does not currently have an Executive Order or law requiring individuals to wear face masks in public; however, the governor’s Stay Healthy, Return Smarter, Return Stronger Executive Order (2020-36), effective May 16, 2020, requires businesses that are reopening to take specific precautions including: “providing necessary protective equipment.” more
All can agree that we are in a crisis that is unprecedented. A quick search on Google will tell us that child abuse, domestic violence, intimate partner violence and substance abuse reporting are all up. more
In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, we’re doing what we can to stay active and healthy. Our winter home is in Arizona, but at this time we are back in Kansas. Walking the deserted streets of … more
As stay-at-home restrictions begin to ease in Arizona and other states, people are starting to venture out of their homes and some are even returning to work. But that doesn’t mean that the virus has gone away — or that there is a vaccine or a cure. more
The recent COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way we live and interact. Although we have been asked to social distance, our perseverance has helped us find new ways to connect with those we love and cherish. more
If you have Medicare and want to be tested for coronavirus disease 2019, COVID-19, the Trump Administration has good news. Medicare covers tests with no out-of-pocket costs. You can get tested in … more
The necessity of quality healthcare coverage has become abundantly clear for many Americans over the recent weeks For the one in 10 Americans now unemployed whose health insurance options were … more
When I was in nursing school, I was surprised to learn that “patients have a right to fall.” The concept, then, and now, was based upon a person’s right to choose due to informed … more
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