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A 6th-grade teacher wrote 'Invite me to your Harvard graduation!' -- 21 years later, the student did just that

Judith Toensing didn’t just teach her students, she inspired them.

A sixth-grade teacher from Yuma, Arizona, Toensing made a strong impact on one of her students 21 years ago. 565 more words

Good News

Phoenix Darkened

Take a city.  Any city.  You can look at the tall buildings and be awed by the accomplishments of man, or you can look at the squalor and be appalled by man. 13 more words

Clouds

Water Resource Managers Mismanage Arizona Water Resources

Arizona Water Resource Managers have known since the Central Arizona Project canal was built that the Colorado River was overallocated; while supporting unsustainable urban growth by gaming the… 409 more words

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My College Story

“Keep your dreams alive. Understand to achieve anything requires faith and belief in yourself, vision, hard work, determination, and dedication. Remember all things are possible for those who believe.” – Gail Devers…

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Glen Canyon National Recreational Area Visitor's Guide

There is nowhere else on Earth that is quite like the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.  Imagine a large, beautiful blue lake in the middle of a gorgeous red sandstone landscape.  1,727 more words

Hiking

A COWGAL'S STORY: CARING FOR THE LAND

This blog is a repost from our friends over at the Diablo Trust. This particular post was written by a cowgirl named Sheila Carlson who has worked on the Flying M Ranch for 10 or so years and before that worked on the Bar T Bar Ranch. 331 more words

Stories

USA: When in Doubt, Leave Town... Part 3 (The End!)

Waking up exhausted and sore on the third day of our backpacking trip through Buckskin Gulch and Paria Canyon, I calculated our mileage – 32.1 miles in the first two days, which was not easy as nearly all of it was hiking through slippery mud, pools of water and the river. 1,378 more words