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Southern Arizona’s Many Noons

Southern Arizona’s Many Noons

Dr. Adolphus H. Noon arrived in Tucson in October 1879, with his oldest son Alonzo and a friend. Noon was looking for a place to settle, where he could set up a medical practice and also do some mining.

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The Hottest Races: Future of AZ’s political parties at stake in key legislative primaries (access required)

The Hottest Races: Future of AZ’s political parties at stake in key legislative primaries <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/12/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

Arizona’s primary election will decide the fate of the vast majority of Arizona’s 30 legislative districts, most of which are drawn to overwhelmingly favor one party over the other. Candidates have less than two weeks to collect the necessary signatures to get their names on the ballot, which will be mailed to voters in 11 weeks.

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Pro-Ducey IE’s poll yields pro-Ducey result

Just one week after the Republic reported that Ducey was bringing up the rear in most gubernatorial campaigns’ internal polls, a new poll commissioned by the pro-Ducey IE Conservative Leadership for Arizona shows him not only leading the GOP primary, but with about twice the support of any other candidate.

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