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Your Vaccinated Immune System Is Ready for Breakthroughs

A new dichotomy has begun dogging the pandemic discourse. With the rise of the über-transmissible Delta variant, experts are saying you’re either going to get vaccinated, or going to get the coronavirus. For some people—a decent number of us, actually—it’s going to be both. Coronavirus infections are happening among vaccinated...
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Puppies Are Born Ready to Communicate With People, New Study Shows

Every dog lover knows the telepathy between man and his best friend: that doggy sixth sense that has them loving on you when you’re sad and even seeming to anticipate your commands. But how did dogs get to be so excellent at communicating with people in the first place?. Putting...
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Brookings, ORCurry Coastal Pilot

Honoring a life cut short

Ashley Corrado was just 25 years old when she was tragically killed, earlier this year. Now, Corrado’s family on the Oregon Coast are remembering her life. Initially from Arizona, some of Ashley’s grandparents, uncles and cousins now live in Brookings. Earlier this month, the family asked the Harbor Fire Department to clean off the chalk wall at the harbor, so they could commemorate Corrado’s life with art. More than 40 friends and family of Ashley showed up to decorate the wall, including Terra France, Corrado’s cousin.
Tucson, AZallsportstucson.com

Former Tucson Badger Delaney Schnell wins Silver Medal

2016 Olympian Jessica Parratto and 2019 World Bronze Medalist Delaney Schnell teamed up to win the Silver Medal in the Women’s 10-Meter Synchro Finals on Tuesday in Tokyo. This was the first-ever medal for Team USA in 10-Meter Synchro. Yuxi Chen and Jiaqi Zhang won Gold for China. Schnell scored...
Cornville, AZSedona Red Rock News

Cornville man creates art from the wild

A game called Jumanji has a life of its own — an ancient game where the primitive spirit of the jungle can leap out and take hold of your world. “Jumanji,” the 1995 film starring Robin Williams, centered on a supernatural board game that releases jungle hazards upon its players with every turn they take.
Scottsdale, AZscottsdale.org

COVID cases on the rise in Scottsdale

COVID-19 case numbers are increasing in most Scottsdale zip codes, following a statewide trend spurred by the infectious Delta variant and lagging vaccination rates. Positive tests for COVID-19 in Arizona increased 48 percent over the previous week on July 11 to 5,813, according to Will Humble, executive director for the Arizona Public Health Association. The last time Arizona saw a similar upward trajectory was in October 2020, Humble wrote in a blog post on July 16.
San Diego County, CAsdjewishworld.com

His Family Bids Farewell to Michael Jeser, 45

SAN DIEGO — The family of Michael Lieb Jeser, the former president and chief executive officer of the Jewish Federation of San Diego County, has submitted the following obituary, which supplements with more personal information the obituary that appeared on this website previously. MICHAEL LIEB JESER. מיכאל לב בן שאול...
Businessmcknightsseniorliving.com

People in the news, July 27

Maxwell Group promotes Blair Quasnitschka to vice president of operations. Blair Quasnitschka has been promoted from executive director to vice president of operations at Maxwell Group, Charlotte, NC, the parent company of Senior Living Communities, Wellmore and Live Long Well Care. In his new role, he will oversee, train and...
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Garrett Adelstein Net Worth – 2021 Guide

Garrett Adelstein is a professional poker player who also stars in TV shows. He passionately works on honing his poker skills and also teaches others the same. Known for making heavy bets and risking much, he is a very popular name among poker fans. Being a perfectionist, he tends to do better at each game than his previous one. This article brings to you his story. Continue reading to know more about him.
Arizona Stateforeignpolicyi.org

Student’s impressions of Arizona State University

In April, I had the opportunity to visit the state of Arizona, namely the campus of the American University of Arizona State University, to study the structure of the university, study programs, visit the campuses of the educational institution, and communicate with students. The trip to this university was a real discovery for me because I honestly admit that I also thought that studying in such states was far away, hot, maybe even boring to some extent. It was a pleasure for me to dispel my prejudices, and I hope that my experience will help many students to make a choice in favor of this educational institution and get higher education in the USA, in the state of Arizona. Writing assignments are quite complicated at this university, that’s why students prefer writingapaper.net with the help of qualified professionals.
Los Angeles, CAcspdailynews.com

Campbell Snacks Named Official Snack Partner of Pac-12

LOS ANGELES — Campbell Snacks was named the official sweet and salty snack and bakery product partner of The Pac-12 football conference and an official partner of the Pac-12 Football Championship Game. The supplier is the maker of some of several well-known snack and baked good brands, including Goldfish crackers,...
Aerospace & DefenseSpaceNews.com

Astronomers back technical efforts to reduce impacts of satellite megaconstellations while seeking regulatory solutions

WASHINGTON — With slow progress on regulation and policy, astronomers are making progress on other approaches to mitigate the effects that satellite megaconstellations will have on their observations. At the conclusion of the weeklong SATCON2 workshop July 16, astronomers announced a proposal to develop a virtual center called SatHub that...
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How To Avoid Burnout & Thrive In Marketing with Dustin Lacey of Bed Threads & Kage Spatz

Think conceptually as well as strategically and tactically. The world needs builders. Anybody can be a critic. As a part of my Marketing Strategy Series, I’m talking with fellow marketing pros at the top of their game to give entrepreneurs and marketers an inside look at proven strategies you might also be able to leverage to grow your business or career. Today I had the pleasure of talking with Dustin Lacey.
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