Oh, boy. Here we go. Another wild ride in Arizona education. Of course, there’s the election of Diane Douglas as State Superintendent of Public Instruction, the invisible candidate who will become, maybe, a very visible opponent of Common Core in her new role. After all, that was her one issue in the campaign.
“Not me,” you say. You’re young. You’re healthy. You eat right, exercise, and get regular check-ups. Just a few of the reasons people today are living longer. In fact, since the 1960s, life expectancy has increased between 1.5 and two years each decade.
I try to jot down a few specific prayers in a journal every day. It is amazing to flip back and see how many of those prayers God has faithfully answered, oftentimes in ways I didn’t expect. I am encouraged that He will continue to answer even more prayers as I continue to put my hope and trust in Him.
A Desert Vista High School Junior Achievement group took first place at the 2014 Junior Achievement Stock Market Challenge after the students more than doubled their net worth of their mock stock portfolio.
It’s been 20 years since “Dumb and Dumber” and almost 10 years since the awful “Dumb and Dumberer.” Unlike the needless prequel, “Dumb and Dumber To” finally reunites all the principle players that made the original a ‘90s comedy classic. This sequel is likely to be enjoyed by anyone who was a fan of the first film, meaning that the overall consensus will be split down the middle. Chances are you either despised “Dumb and Dumber” or you still find yourself quoting the movie in your day-to-day life. Fortunately, I’m among the latter group.
As consumers continue to change how they shop it’s important for businesses to learn that the purchasing funnel has changed. Today’s shoppers are in search of convenience, they want it yesterday, they look at reviews, are not as inclined to visit the enclosed malls as much, and are getting more comfortable with ordering products online. The interaction with consumers has changed over the past 10 years and is more complicated than ever before.
Mountain Pointe linebacker Vavrix Owen (23) attempts to pull down Pinnacle quarterback Brian Lewerke (6) during the DI quarterfinal football game between Pinnacle and Mountain Pointe at Pinnacle High School on Friday, Nov. 14, 2014.
Mountain Pointe running back Brandyn Leonard (7) is pulled down by Pinnacle defense during the DI quarterfinal football game between Pinnacle and Mountain Pointe at Pinnacle High School on Friday, Nov. 14, 2014.
Born in Rochester, N.Y., on March 30, 1920, Fred was the oldest of five children. He credits his active participation in the YMCA throughout his youth for his healthy lifestyle and strong character. He served in Word War II in the Merchant Marine, transporting troops to the front.