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The unaffiliated: Why more than a quarter of Arizonans are leaving religion behind

Posted: Wednesday, Aug 24th, 2016
PHOENIX -- "Granny tells me I'm going to hell," said Chris Wojno, vice president of the Humanist Society of Greater Phoenix.
Wojno, now 31, was 25 when he realized he could no longer profess a belief in God.
A self-described "lazy Roman Catholic," he decided to start going to Mass again when he was in his mid-20s. However, his attempted

Critical habitat finalized for two Arizona cacti

Posted: Wednesday, Aug 24th, 2016
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has finalized critical habitat for the Fickeisen plains cactus and the acuña cactus, both of which are only found in portions of Arizona. A total of 17,456 acres in six units are designated as critical habitat for Fickeisen plains cactus in portions of Coconino and Mohave counties, and 18,535 acres in six units are

Creative Chick creates a space for DIY house décor

Posted: Wednesday, Aug 24th, 2016
It's like a Pinterest page in store form.
Creative Chick features unfinished craft items for home décor and holiday decoration for a clientele who'd rather make their own art, instead of buying finished art. The store sells mostly unfinished wood cut-outs such as hearts, stars and letters that its customers take home, paint and arrange in whatever creative ways inspire

Agencies, boaters work to prevent spread of quagga mussels from Lake Powell

Posted: Wednesday, Aug 17th, 2016
Agencies and Lake Powell boaters are doing their part to prevent the spread of quagga mussels, an aquatic invasive species, from Lake Powell.
After detecting quagga mussels in Lake Powell in 2012, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah Department of Wildlife Resources and Arizona Game and Fish Department have joined forces to keep Lake Powell boaters from inadvertently transporting quagga

As insurers leave Arizona, Obamacare consumers face higher costs this fall

Posted: Wednesday, Aug 17th, 2016
WASHINGTON, Insurance companies have one more day to let Arizona regulators know if they will drop or limit coverage under Obamacare, but this much is already certain: Coverage will still be available, but it will cost more.
Five insurance companies that had offered coverage in the Affordable Care Act marketplace have told state regulators that they will opt out or

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