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Breaking the code of the Navajo Nation

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For many Americans, the word Navajo conjures up images of the World War II code talkers who used their unique language to encrypt secret radio messages sent to the front lines. Here’s what many don’t know. It’s...

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Arizona companies deliver organic to your home

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The push to buy local and eat organic has spurred on a cottage industry in Arizona. A handful of companies in the state have jumped into the fray of home-delivery services, bringing the farm to the suburbs. “It’s...

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Tasty and culturally rich: tamale time

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During the holidays, the demand for homemade tamales surpasses any other month...

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Fire in to the season with Sonoran Glass School

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Southern Arizona is adding Sonoran Glass School to its list of must-see...

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A teacher in Globe: difficult circumstances, unwavering spirit

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Amber Franco-Alexander hardly needed a college degree to recognize her love...

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Hispanic graduation rates signify looming troubles

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  In the United States, Hispanic students are almost twice as likely to...

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Arizona Sonora News Broadcast– December Show

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Arizona Sonora News is a student produced, news broadcast from Arizona Sonora...

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Tours of historic missions return after years of violence in Sonora

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Touring the historic Spanish missions of the Sonoran border region is now...

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Alternative ways to get ahead in college

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Alexi Saarela figures he saved himself one semester and over $10,000 when he...

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Serving Up Success

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  There are more than 9,077 locations that serve food and beverage in...

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UA researchers barking up the right tree

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  Deep in the densely forested mountains and hills of the Southwestern...

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Increasing asthma cases a burden on Arizona

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More than 600,000 Arizonans are affected by asthma, a controllable chronic...

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Being Santa Claus takes rigorous training, pays exceptionally well

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When Stan Dale rented a Santa Claus costume one Christmas Eve to “goof” on...

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Students call for universities to divest funds from the fossil fuel industry

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College students throughout the state are trying to make Arizona a little bit...

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Life in the Dark: A night with a UA astronomer

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At 1 a.m., Paul Smith might be the only one playing Bach’s Brandenburg...

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