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“Too Tough for Women and Churches”

Holbrook, Arizona Holbrook, Arizona, is just what you’d expect from a town in the Old West. It had a reputation as a place that was…

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The Boneyard

It’s the fifth largest air force in the world, but few of the planes here will fly. Even if they could, it may be years…

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Looking For Used Parts

If you were looking for some used parts to repair your car, you might go to a scrapyard to find what you need. So what…

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The San Marcos Hotel and Resort

Phoenix, Arizona has plenty of golf resorts that attract thousands of visitors, but ask someone who established the first course in the state and they’ll…

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The Karate Kid

It’s not often you get to visit with someone who’s won multiple national titles in anything.  Now add in the fact, she’s only 18 years…

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Learning to Ride A…

Many of us remember the struggle of learning to ride a bike as a kid.  Eventually we mastered it, and perhaps we’re still riding today….

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A Lettuce Tour Ticket

What’s the hottest ticket in the nation?  There might be some music stars and sporting events near the top of the list, but a tour…

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Agriculture in Yuma, Arizona

This county enjoys the longest growing season in the country and it supplies most of the winter vegetables you’ll find on your plate…… SharePrintEmail

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Oceanfront Property in Arizona

George Strait once sang that he had some oceanfront property in Arizona and if you’d buy that he’d throw the Golden Gate in free. This…

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A Ferry Crossing in the Desert

Before bridges crossed rivers, communities often relied upon ferries to carry people and supplies. In some cases, those ferry operators were able to build thriving…

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An Oasis in the Desert

Yuma, Arizona is in the Sonora dessert. The annual average rainfall is about three inches per year. So it is a bit ironic that it…

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Undercover at the Sale Barn

Imagine a place of espionage where secret agents carry modified briefcases with hidden cameras capturing images from their reconnaissance missions. Where does such a scene…

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An Arizona Pheasant Farm

Most people don’t go pheasant hunting in Phoenix, AZ. But if you to come to Molly’s farm, you will perhaps see more pheasants than you’ve…

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Casa Grande

Today skyscrapers in Phoenix tower above the city below. Roll back the clock six hundred years and it was this building that towered above the…

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Young, Arizona

It’s just a small town of about 500 people. You’ve driven through bunches of them. But you probably have not driven through this town of…

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Buckeye, Arizona

The city of Buckeye, Arizona was a small farming community for much of its life. That’s not so today. The landscape is changing and two…

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Charles Poston’s Butte

On the north edge of Florence, AZ you’ll find a small outcropping once known as Primrose Hill. Today there is a small pyramid of stones…

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Skydiving to Food

If you have trouble finding the Lucky Nickel Ranch, just look up. Wherever you see the skydivers floating to the ground could easily be the…

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Making a Living on 40 Acres

Some people might say you can’t make a living on a forty acre farm. Michael McKenzie is out to prove people wrong. His combination of…

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The Lucky Nickel Ranch

California produce growers rely heavily on hand labor to tend their crops. For Michael McKenzie, that labor has come from a unique source… SharePrintEmail

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