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(NAPSI)—Many Americans may be surprised to learn that almost half their utility bill goes toward heating and cooling their home. Fortunately, the U.S. EPA’s ENERGY STAR Program offers resources to help you beat the heat—all while saving a, saving money and protecting the climate. Here’s how:…

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(NAPSI)—Scientific information can ease the fears of many people concerned about the arrival of the Asian giant hornet in the United States. What do we know? Hornets are found in many parts of the world and play a vital role in the balance of natural ecosystems through pollination, biodivers…

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(NAPSI)—Today, as the world struggles with a new health crisis, it is more important than ever to protect the air, land and water that sustain humanity.One way is to celebrate Earth Day, now 50 years old. In 1970, millions of Americans joined together and created a movement to address pollut…

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(NAPSI)—The U.S. Department of Energy estimates 25 to 40 percent of the energy used for heating or cooling a home is wasted. Contaminants in the heating and cooling system cause it to work harder, and shorten its life. Even with filters, the HVAC system still gets dirty through normal use.A …

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(NAPSI)—For parents, students, teachers and others in the community, school intruders intent on harm can be a serious concern. Fortunately, delaying their entry is made easier with Security Window Films on windows and doors. They may buy time to allow for more response time and save lives.“S…

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Dr. John Kriekard’s time at the helm at Scottsdale Unified School District ended on June 30, two years after stepping in to right the ship at a district in turmoil.

Despite calls from the mayor and a majority of the City Council, Scottsdale Councilman Guy Phillips will not resign from office after a national backlash against comments he made at a protest against the city’s mask mandate on June 24.

A Scottsdale lawmaker who heads the House Ethics Committee is weighing whether to have full-blown hearings into the panel’s investigation of a fellow Republican legislator over allegations of an alleged love affair with a lobbyist.

Gov. Doug Ducey is defending indoor political rallies with thousands of people without masks even as he admitted the only way Arizona will stop the upward trend of infections is if people mask up and stay home and the state began taking action against bars for violating social distancing req…