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The Ruby Curse (access required)

An old superstition says that Ruby, a well-preserved ghost town a few miles northwest of Nogales, was cursed when a priest’s grave was desecrated. Whether or not the curse exists, this beautiful part of southern Arizona has seen some of ...

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Slide Rock Reopens After Holiday Shutdown (access required)

Elevated levels of E. coli bacteria forced a three-day shutdown of the popular Slide Rock State Park in Oak Creek Canyon during the Fourth of July weekend. The recreation spot on Oak Creek just north of Sedona reopened on July ...

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Policy Makers Helped Boost Arizona’s Economy (access required)

When the legislative session adjourned June 19 after 158 days of hard work, Arizona unquestionably became a better place — and even more important, Arizona’s future became brighter. Arizona’s legislative leadership and Governor Napolitano had taken visionary action on two ...

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From The Files: (access required)

Here are a few examples of what happens when neighbors confront wandering ranch animals: Four head of cattle were shot to death when they chewed up a 2.5-acre farm near Vernon that turned out to be a young man’s marijuana ...

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