It’s no secret that life can take us on unexpected turns. We are witnessing history in the making with all the changes demanded by living life during the COVID-19 pandemic, but at what cost? We’ve all had to learn how to adapt in this unseen situation.
In most sectors of the economy, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has slowed commerce down to a crawl. Millions are out of work, demand for commodities like fuel has evaporated, and small businesses are struggling to stay afloat as shoppers stay home.
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Class of 2020
- Police: Ex-treasurer stole $61K from Monte Vista PTO
- As classrooms reopen, students’ mental health a big concern
- Ahwatukee couple’s business caters to thirsty people
- Board & Brush marks 3 years in Ahwatukee
- TU board member rips reopening letters, dirty campaign tactics
- Ahwatukee girl wins prestigious Native American scholarship
- SARAH LINDSAY JAMES
- Octogenarians flock to local pickleball courts
- With God on his side, he aims to restore Lakes course
- Ahwatukee lawyer named one of the best
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