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News File For The Week of Sept. 1 (access required)

Sen. Carolyn Allen, R-Dist. 8, was recognized as Arts Advocate of the Year during the Business Volunteers for the Arts annual breakfast on Aug. 20. The group credits Ms. Allen for advocating continued funding for the Arizona Commission on the ...

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Tovrea Castle (access required)

This is Alessio Carraro (right) and his son, Leo, in front of the home they built on a knoll near Washington and 56th Street — the three-story Moorish looking-structure that Phoenicians call Tovrea Castle. Alessio was an Italian immigrant who ...

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Can The Governor Order Gas Rationing? (access required)

The subject of gasoline rationing surfaced after a section of a Kinder Morgan pipeline ruptured July 30 north of Tucson, causing a nearly two-week shutdown of the pipeline to Phoenix and limited supplies at stations. Whether Governor Napolitano has the ...

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News File For The Week of Aug. 25 (access required)

Jerry G. Landau has received an Arizona Prosecutor Lifetime Achievement Award from the Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys Advisory Council. Mr. Landau, a special assistant to Maricopa County Attorney Richard Romley, has been a prosecutor for 24 of his 28 years of ...

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Main Street, Payson (access required)

This is all there was of Payson, Arizona, in the 1920s: a dirt street, a bankers and merchants trust and a general store. The thoroughfare was the center of the tiny community and the site of the “August Doin’s,”one of ...

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