The imminent shutdown of Arizona’s largest coal-fired energy plant is an environmental win for the state, but an economic headache for the Navajo Nation. The caveat: It may position the Nation to dominate the West’s renewable energy demands.
Scottsdale spine surgeon Ed Dohring realized his dream of summitting Mount Everest last spring – but he also found a nightmarish landscape fraught with deadly overcrowding and aggressive amateur alpinists.
From piano to painting, a troubling number of Arizona schools have eliminated arts from their curriculum. Our writer surveys the parched landscape, and finds a heroic clique of teachers keeping an oasis alive
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