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Locating Lowell (access required)

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Flagstaff was but 12 years old in 1894 and still struggling to exist, but the rough town became a topic of international attention when an eminent New Englander arrived to scout possible locations to establish an observatory. The opening of Lowell Observatory was the first of several major scientific organizations to locate in the town that was already well-known to scientists and explorers for its unique attributes.

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Embrace hostile elements

Alberto Gutier, the longtime sergeant-at-arms of the Arizona Republican Party and director of the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, made an emphatic plea for his party to embrace diversity and welcome even discordant and “hostile” elements.

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