You’re stuck home with your kids and feeling sorry for yourself. How are you going to keep them busy? What about their school work? I’ve got a better story - stuck at home with 16-year old triplets.
Thank you for the article about the Coalition for Compassion and Justice opening the city’s sole 24-7 emergency shelter for those adults experiencing homelessness at this time.
I think it’s about time to drop John Micek’s syndicated column. He never writes about anything but how bad of a job President Donald Trump is doing.
Our society has become one of live-streaming meetings and town halls. Never before have we been locked out, locked down or told to stay at home this much.
John Stossel’s column of March 27 was so bizarre. The reason South Korea handled the virus so well was simply the fact that the government was prepared for it with strict containment measures early on and stockpiling of supplies. Healthcare professionals made recommendations that were heeded by the government leaders who then took action.
I was just reading an article in which a group of epidemiologists from around the world claim that this pandemic seems to be being transferred in clusters (family groups, senior care homes, work colleagues) more than in any other way.
It can be a frightening world these days, what with dealing with Coronavirus and such daily concerns as stripped grocery store shelves, panicked people, terror threats, and numerous dangerous scams just to name a few.
As we forge ahead through untested waters amid the coronavirus pandemic, it is heartening to learn about the lengths to which some entities and residents are going to get their jobs done.
When I was a junior at Penn State, I had a front-row seat when legendary singer-songwriter John Prine performed on campus.
Editor: I noticed the front-page article about Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) forcing students to leave their rooms.
Editor: I can only imagine how difficult it can be with “ . . . the creation of a multi-agency coordination system (MACS) to cope with the arrival of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Yavapai County,” let alone just staying on top of the virus status itself.
Imagine that you lead an active organization. Your organization has an important event scheduled for April 5.
I have a problem with sending cash payments to help with Covid-19, but not for conservative reasons.
Editor: The elected officials make much ado about making a New Bill for the “workers”.
Editor: In a 2015 TED talk, Bill Gates predicted the next cataclysm would be a coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Doug Ducey, alongside Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman, announced Monday not only the closure of schools across the state for the remainder of the school year, but a “Stay at Home” order to residents due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.