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University of Arizona Ranked in Top 25 Colleges

  University of Arizona Ranked in Top 25 Colleges

Based on its educational quality, affordability and career earnings among alumni, the University of Arizona is a top 100 U.S.

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EPA Accepts “Better than BART” Plan

  EPA Accepts “Better than BART” Plan

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has made a final determination on the future of the Navajo Generating Station concerning nitrogen

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Shelly Meets ABQ Mayor on Homeless Attacks

  Shelly Meets ABQ Mayor on Homeless Attacks

The recent murders of two homeless Navajos has united a city and tribal nation against further attacks as Navajo Nation

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Asphalt Upgrade at Page Airport

  Asphalt Upgrade at Page Airport

If you have noticed the trucks and heavy equipment moving through town, they may be headed toward the airport. Work

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BLM to Increase Oil and Gas Inspection Efforts

  BLM to Increase Oil and Gas Inspection Efforts

On Monday, July 28, 2014 Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Director Neil Kornze shared information with industry representatives about the

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Navajo Nation Mourns Passing of Code Talker Edward B. Anderson, JR.

  Navajo Nation Mourns Passing of Code Talker Edward B. Anderson, JR.

If you have  noticed flags flying at half-staff on the Navajo Nation recently, it was to honor well known former

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Talks Continue Regarding Confluence Project

  Talks Continue Regarding Confluence Project

Opponents of the Grand Canyon Escalade Confluence Project development met last week at the Confluence site near the northern edge

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Boat Propeller Injures Twelve-Year Old Girl

  Boat Propeller Injures Twelve-Year Old Girl

The National Park Service reports an injury accident on Lake Powell which involved a twelve-year old girl. NPS reports the

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The Chains Road Opened

  The Chains Road Opened

The Chains Road near Glen Canyon Dam has opened. National Park Service (NPS) maintenance staff completed temporary repairs to the

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BLM to Begin Wild Horse Gather in Southern Utah

  BLM to Begin Wild Horse Gather in Southern Utah

The Bureau of Land Management-Utah Cedar City Field Office will begin a wild horse gather within the Bible Spring Complex

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