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On Sept. 3, 1964, the United States Congress adopted the Wilderness Act to protect undeveloped land and wildlife in our country.

Today, the U.S. Forest Service continues to protect parcels of land designated wilderness and in some areas, including the Verde Valley, it’s pushing for more acreage.

It’s hot, it’s humid, it’s sticky, and I’m out of here.

The farmers market in Cottonwood is in full swing for the season, so I decided to venture down last night with my fiance and niece who is visiting from out of town.

A young bear who became accustomed to the taste of trash paid the ultimate price for his habit last week.

The Arizona Game and Fish Department euthanized a 12---year-old black bear in Flagstaff after capturing him in Sedona on June 26.

My father was either blessed or cursed, depending on your perspective, to play daddy to three girls.

Now that we’re all grown up, it’s easier to see why it takes a special kind of man to fill that role.

Yesterday marked the end of a long life that meant more to my fiance and, eventually, me than either of us could ever explain.

We laid Henry MacVittie’s 17-year companion to rest Monday, June 7, and we lost a member of our family.

Teachers and school administrators can start the summer with a sigh of relief after Arizona taxpayers agreed to a 1-cent sales tax increase in the name of the children.

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