Southwest Book Reviews
4:24 pm
Thu January 20, 2011

Cheyenne Madonna

Flagstaff, AZ – Occasionally a short story writer comes along whose stories are as roomy and absorbing as good novels. Eddie Chuculate is such a writer. In each of the seven stories in his wonderful premier book, "Cheyenne Madonna," Chuculate treats us to seductive, ornery, winsome characters muddling along in the messy business of living.

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State Capitol News
3:14 pm
Thu January 20, 2011

State Jobless Rate Unchanged

Fronteras
1:56 pm
Thu January 20, 2011

Wife of Federal Judge Killed in Tucson Speaks Out

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State Capitol News
3:31 pm
Wed January 19, 2011

Lawmakers Begin Push to Scale Back State Healthcare for Poor

Phoenix, AZ – The plan is to reverse the mandate by voters a decade ago that
the state provide free care for everyone below the federal
poverty level, about $18,300 a year for a family of three. The
federal Medicaid program picks up about two thirds of the cost.
But Gov. Jan Brewer said Arizona can't afford its share which
computes out to about $1 billion a year. Her proposal would drop
about 280,000 people from the plan.

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Earth Notes
2:22 pm
Wed January 19, 2011

Earth Notes - Mount Taylor

Flagstaff, AZ – Earth Notes: Mount Taylor


Most maps name it Mount Taylor after 19th-century President Zachary Taylor. But to many Native Americans it is a sacred peak known by far more ancient names.

The Din , or Navajo, consider its slopes to be the southeastern boundary of their domain. For them it is home to many holy spirits and a place for ceremonial training, as well as the gathering of medicinal plants.

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Fronteras
12:41 pm
Wed January 19, 2011

Lake Mead on the Rise

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