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Mohave County
May 2024
Volume 24 Issue 3
COMPLIMENTARY

Agricultural Industry in Mohave County

Agricultural Industry in Mohave County

Mohave County was one of the original four Arizona counties created by the First Territorial Legislature in 1864. The county includes 8,486,400 acres, making it the second largest county in Arizona. The county is generally sparsely settled with only 55,865 people in...

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Obituary: Publisher Thomas J. McGraham

Obituary: Publisher Thomas J. McGraham

Publisher Thomas J. McGraham (June 21, 1942 ~ October 26, 2023) was born in Chicago, Illinois and attended Glenwood School for Boys and Bloom High School in Chicago Heights, IL. He studied at University of Illinois and Illinois State University, Chicago Circle Campus...

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Holiday tips from Attorney General Kris Mayes

PHOENIX – Ahead of Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Giving Tuesday, Attorney General Kris Mayes today offered tips for consumers to avoid scams when shopping for holiday gifts or donating to charities. "The Attorney General’s Office encourages everyone to enjoy the...

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Paving the way for quantum computing era

Paving the way for quantum computing era

WORLD — Quantum computing, a revolutionary technology still in its nascent stages, is on the brink of transforming the computing world as we know it. This emerging field is no longer confined to the realms of theoretical physics and university laboratories but is...

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Beyond Self-Extinction

By Winslow Myers Good that defensive anti-missiles worked against Iran’s barrage. Still, two elements were more suited to the playground than to international politics: face and revenge. One side bombs the other, and the...

Topock Marsh gets $25M upgrade for drought resilience

TOPOCK — Significant upgrades are in the works for the Topock Marsh situated within the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge, funded by a substantial federal investment targeting drought mitigation and ecological preservation...

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