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Congressional Reps Want Investigation into Possible Solar Leasing Deceptions

A bipartisan group of Arizona Congressional representatives is calling on two federal agencies to look into rooftop solar system leasing. As Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan Heinsius reports, the representatives say…

Brain Food: Designing A Test To Identify H1N1 Flu Strain

It’s flu season, and of all the different strains out there H1N1 – of Swine Flu – is the most dominant and contagious. …read more Source:: Flagstaff News – KNAU…

Earth Notes: Nature’s Pesky Gardener

They’re an animal many gardeners love to hate, though they’re rarely seen. Ribbons of dirt strung across the ground, and sometimes disappearing plants, are the only sign most people will…

Navajo Officials Purchase Ceremonial Masks from Paris Auction House

Officials from the Navajo Nation have purchased seven sacred masks from a Paris auction house. As Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan Heinsius reports, the masks are from the early 1900s and…

A Final Tribute to Veteran Flagstaff Guitarist Steve Reynolds

Last month, the Flagstaff music community lost one of its most skilled and influential members to cancer. Steve Reynolds, 66, was a veteran guitarist, singer and songwriter who combined elements…

Brain Food: The Relationship Between Pine Forests In Greece And The Southwestern U.S.

The black pine forests of the Mediterranean are ecologically similar to the ponderosa pine forests of the Southwest…right down to their susceptibility to massive forest fires. …read more Source:: Flagstaff…

Judge Strikes Down Arizona Campaign Finance Law

A federal district court judge has struck down part of an Arizona campaign finance law. As Arizona Public Radio’s Justin Regan reports, if the ruling stands, some political donors will…

Earth Notes: A New Window into the Verde Valley’s Past

Archaeologists have long appreciated that the Southwest’s dry climate is ideal for preserving perishable goods left by past people. Cloth, basketry, wood, or plant and animal materials that have survived…

Earth Note: A New Window into the Verde Valley’s Past

Archaeologists have long appreciated that the Southwest’s dry climate is ideal for preserving perishable goods left by past people. Cloth, basketry, wood, or plant and animal materials that have survived…

Reps Kirkpatrick and Gosar Discuss Economy and Forest Health at Rural Roundtable

Fourth Congressional District Republican Representative Paul Gosar and Democratic First District Representative Ann Kirkpatrick last week hosted a public discussion about local rural issues. As Arizona Public Radio’s Ryan Heinsius…

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