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Lila Downs At Centennial Hall

click to enlarge Xavier Omar Otero Lila Downs took to the stage like a chiltepin—a wild chili pepper known for producing intense heat despite its diminutive size—at Centennial Hall (Thursday, April 28) kicking off the annual Agave Heritage Festival..

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The Daily Agenda: A Ballot Measure for Abortion?

click to enlarge BigStock Will they be gathering signatures next? Don't wait on the Democrats to win the statehouse ... These people love sending each other letters ... And a mascot after our own hearts. Editor's note: The Arizona Agend..

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Shadow Wolves Enhancement Act signed into law, expanding program

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE A new federal law aims to improve recruitment and expand operations for the Shadow Wolves, the country’s only Native American tracking unit based on the Tohono O’odham Nation. The Shadow Wolves are an ..

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Border numbers hit highest level in 20 years, as end of Title 42 looms

click to enlarge CBP photo by Glenn Fawcett A young child clutching a stuffed animal is among a small group of asylum-seekers who have active applications under the Migrant Protection Protocols at the Paso del Norte Port of Entry in El Paso, Texas,..

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Marijuana Meetup: Cannafriends Tucson Offers an Opportunity for Weed Enthusiasts to Gather and Sample Products

click to enlarge Photo By Alexandra Pere Assistant Manager Michael Thomas of D2 Dispensary presents iLava brand products to attendees of the Tucson Cannafriends event on Thursday, Feb 17. Amethyst Kinney Greeted every person that attended the Tu..

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Planting Seeds: Community Hope Grows At JB Wright Elementary Garden

boosted the community by inspiring kids to learn while providing social and emotional benefits. Wright teachers bring their students outside for hands-on learning and early exposure to STEM fields as they work together cultivating the soil and cari..

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Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona campaigns against ‘period poverty’

The Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona is celebrating its third annual “Love. Period.” Campaign, which works with local organizations throughout February to end period poverty. Participating locations are hosting donation drives for menstrual supplies, ..

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The Daily Agenda: Every Day Is January 7

click to enlarge Courtesy State of Arizona Lawmaker Mark Finches, who runs kangaroo hearings on election fraud, says subpoena from real congressional committee is a "kangaroo court." The election fallout is election fodder … He’s an expert on et..

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The Daily Agenda: Resignations Are All the Rage

click to enlarge Courtesy RIP, Olivia Cajero Bedford (left) Allister should focus on Allister ... George W. is focusing on Doug ... And the interns are focusing on their pronouns. Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel’s office continues to un..

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Claytoon: The Gazpacho Police

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Feds – Again – Deny Endangered Species Status to Sonoran Desert Tortoise

Photo Courtesy by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Tortoise Rejection. WASHINGTON – The Sonoran desert tortoise has been denied endangered species status for a second time after a 14-year battle waged by advocates to protect the “ancient, iconic sp..

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High School Graduation Would Be Tied To Studying the Evils of Communism

Arizona high school students wouldn’t be able to graduate unless they are taught how communism and totalitarianism conflict with the American “principles of freedom and democracy” under a proposal backed by Republicans Tuesday. The bill also create..

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