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If you’ve been tracking the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccines in this publication, you know that Phase 1 is in full force. The county has been vaccinating residents included in Phase 1 and Phase 1B. The focus has been to get the vaccine to those most at risk such as those in assisted liv…

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TUCSON – The American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization focused on heart and brain health, is proud to welcome Melissa Dye to the Southeastern Arizona division as social market director. Dye will oversee the Tucson Go Red for Women and Heart & Stroke Ball camp…

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BISBEE — On the Vedge restaurant opened Dec. 23 and already it is a townie favorite serving up non–GMO organic veggies, homemade breads, sauces and dressings in a tiny kitchen, even by Bisbee standards, by native Bisbeeite Mike Donahue and his new partner Katie Hartman.

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Retirement is a strange transition for many people. We are no longer using a paycheck to pay our bills. We are now relying on a mixture of fixed income and investment income to get us through the rest of our lives.

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I was a kid in the ‘70s. Helmets were for riding motorcycles — not bicycles, seat belts were too confining and we could buy toy cigarettes in the gumball machines at Safeway. When my best friend Tracy and I rode bikes, I was Frank Poncherello, he was John Baker, and we were racing around ima…

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Continual adjustments marked 2020 as complications of the COVID-19 pandemic forced small-businesses owners to adapt their operations to the safety guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Arizona Department of Health.

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Wall Street closed out a tumultuous year for stocks with more record highs Thursday, a fitting coda to the market’s stunning comeback from its historic plunge in the early weeks of the coronavirus pandemic.

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When it comes to investing, many know that starting young has a lot of advantages. Warren Buffett must have agreed as he bought his first stock at age 11. And with a net worth of around 85 billion in late 2020, Buffett is one of the most well known investors of all time.

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I have four children. They are mostly grown. Well, they are grown enough to which they don’t really need us anymore, other than feeding them incessantly and buying them clothes they constantly outgrow before they outwear. They just don’t need us like they did when they were babies. It’s a so…

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In the classic movie, “The Wizard of Oz,” Dorothy and the Tin Man had to pass through the dark forest filled with lions and tigers and bears. It was a scary proposal — but a pretty catchy song. That walk through the dark forest is very similar to what organizations, large and small, are face…

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NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks closed slightly higher on Christmas Eve, as investors went into the holiday weekend not bothered by President Donald Trump’s threat not to sign a major economic stimulus package approved by Congress this week.

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WASHINGTON — The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell by 89,000 last week to a still-elevated 803,000, evidence that the job market remains under stress nine months after the coronavirus outbreak sent the U.S. economy into recession and caused millions of layoffs.

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WILLCOX— The Herald/Review recently had the opportunity to get a taste of what a shared wine tasting room located in the historic 140-year old adobe Willcox Commercial building had to offer.

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Wall Street capped a solid week of gains on a down note Friday as the wait drags on to see if Congress can reach a deal to send more cash to struggling workers and businesses.

More than 30 states added to Google’s mushrooming legal woes Thursday, accusing the Silicon Valley titan of illegally arranging its search results to push out smaller rivals.

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The surge in coronavirus cases is rippling through the economy, forcing employers to lay off workers at an extraordinarily high rate even as new vaccines and the possibility of more federal aid offer hope for next year.

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Taking Social Security early really gets a bad reputation. Many people on the internet hound on it being a bad idea. I have to admit that I hound on it sometimes as well. But just like everything else, there are some noticeable exceptions.

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I remember being a kid during the winter on the East Coast. Once the first snowflake fell, we eagerly listened to the radio and would cheer for school to close due to snow. We would spend the rest of the day outdoors getting frostbite, but enjoying every minute of the winter wonderland.