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4:03 am
Thu April 13, 2006

Legislature approves border trespass bill

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10:45 pm
Wed April 12, 2006

StoryCorps - Alice Ferris and Mei-Yun Annie LIn

Flagstaff, AZ – Inside soundproof booths across the country, friends and loved ones are interviewing each other about their lives. The booths belong to StoryCorps, a project that collects the stories of everyday people in order to create an oral history of America. One booth recently stopped in Flagstaff. Here, KNAU's Alice Ferris interviews her mother Mei-Yun Annie Lin about her journey from Taiwan to the United States more than 30 years ago. Ferris says it was her mother's moxie that got her here.

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4:06 am
Wed April 12, 2006

Arizona clean elections law redux?

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11:08 pm
Tue April 11, 2006

The Civil War in Arizona

Flagstaff – When most people think about the Civil War, they think about Gettysburg, Bull Run, Appomatox: battles that took place in the east. Few people realize the westernmost battle in the war took place in the stark deserts of what is now Arizona. Andrew Masich has written the first book-length account of the civil war in Arizona. He spoke to Arizona Public Radio's Daniel Kraker.

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8:23 am
Tue April 11, 2006

StoryCorps - Noel Logan and Von Hatch

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4:07 am
Tue April 11, 2006

Phoenix Immigration March

Ph – Organizers of the march said they want a path to
citizenship for the estimated half-million people in
Arizona -- and more than 11 million nationwide -- who
are here illegally. But Lydia Guzman said there's
another goal.

(One of our sayings today is today we march, tomorrow
we vote. And we're hoping that we accomplished just
that -- registerd so many people to register to vote.)

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10:55 pm
Sat April 8, 2006

StoryCorps - Jerry Honawa and Joe Day

Flagstaff, AZ – Inside soundproof booths across the country, friends and loved ones are interviewing each other about their lives. The booths belong to StoryCorps, a project that collects the stories of everyday people in order to create an oral history of America. Here, Joe Day interviews his 69 year old Hopi friend Jerry Honawa (HON-awa), who grew up in Hotevilla on 3rd Mesa, but was sent away to high school in Utah.

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2:07 am
Thu April 6, 2006

The Flagstaff Fire Plan

a prescribed burn

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2:16 am
Wed April 5, 2006

Navajo County updates fire evacuation plans

The Rodeo Chediski Fire

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1:44 am
Tue April 4, 2006

Straight vs. Gay Adoption

Phoenix, AZ – Current law generally requires the state to consider
only the best interests of the child. This measure
would spell out in statute that, everything else being
equal, couples should get first crack. Sen. Robert
Blendu said that makes sense.

(I think that a loving mother and a loving father is
the optimal for an adopted child and a natural child. I
don't think there's a replacement for that. And I think
every study and every fact points that out.)

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