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Hi Jolly: The Camel Man

When the U.S. Army sent the first survey crews to northern Arizona in 1857 to survey a wagon road along the 35th parallel, it included in the contingent a herd of approximately 30 camels.

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Border mayors gather, draw scant interest in US

Mexican mayors from cities on the U.S. border held their biannual meeting in the United States for the first time Thursday but failed to draw interest from their U.S. counterparts as they exchanged thoughts on topics ranging from illegal immigration and the environment to economic growth.

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Arpaio faces jeering protesters in California

Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the 78-year-old ex-federal drug agent known for his Arizona immigration sweeps and tent city lockups, faced jeering protesters in San Diego before speaking to a conservative group about his law enforcement tactics in Phoenix.

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