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State Fair Will Take Place Oct. 14-Nov. 6 (access required)

State officials say the Arizona State Fair’s 2005 run will go on as scheduled next month even though parts of its home are bustling with hundreds of Hurricane Katrina evacuees and those helping them. Most of the Katrina-related activity on ...

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University of Arizona — The Early Years (access required)

In 1885, the 13th Territorial Legislature approved $25,000 for establishing the University of Arizona at Tucson. The university had been created in accordance with the Morrill Act of 1862, which established land grant colleges and enabled universities to obtain federal ...

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Republican Announces He Wants AG Job (access required)

Bill Montgomery, 38, a former Maricopa County prosecutor, announced his candidacy on Sept. 13 for the Republican nomination for attorney general. Mr. Montgomery, who has a law firm in Gilbert, has served as a Republican precinct committeeman in the former ...

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O’Halleran Recovers After Heart Surgery (access required)

Rep. Tom O’Halleran is recovering at home after undergoing major heart surgery earlier this month. Mr. O’Halleran, D-1, told Arizona Capitol Times he had a quadruple bypass Sept. 1 after his doctor discovered the blockages during an exam for another ...

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