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posted on
April 28th, 2009
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The Zonie Report
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Phoenix

Is there hope for Jan Brewer?

Now, I’ll be the first to admit it – I was highly skeptical of Jan Brewer when she took over as governor for Janet Napolitano earlier this year.
But to be perfectly honest, she’ ...

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posted on
April 28th, 2009
from
The Zonie Report
based in
Phoenix

State GOP moves to hobble climate pact

A bill that would ban the director of the Arizona DEQ – the state’s top environmental protection agency – from participating in a regional climate-change initiative continues to move thro ...

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posted on
April 28th, 2009
from
The Zonie Report
based in
Phoenix

Budget cuts impact iconic Phoenix park

PHOENIX — In the late 19th century, Moses Sherman created Eastlake Park as a stop for his electric rail system. The lake used to be its greatest asset, but over the last 100 years, the park becam ...

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posted on
April 27th, 2009
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The Zonie Report
based in
Phoenix

Enviros, loggers meet in the middle on Ariz. forestry plan

This has to be a first: an Arizona logging company has announced plans to “harvest” (love that term, by the way) trees from 1 million acres of national forest – and two of the state&# ...

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posted on
April 27th, 2009
from
The Zonie Report
based in
Phoenix

Never too late to remember

PHOENIX — On shelves in funeral homes, mortuaries, and graveyards around the country there are hundreds and thousands of little boxes stacked much like they would be in grocery stores. In these b ...

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posted on
April 26th, 2009
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The Zonie Report
based in
Phoenix

Food safety legislation fuels paranoia online

A major new food safety bill proposed by Democrats in Congress is whipping up concern across the country, with chain emails rocketing around the Web warning that the legislation – known as HR875 ...

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posted on
April 26th, 2009
from
The Zonie Report
based in
Phoenix

Is Arizona too dependent on natural gas?

By John Collins Rudolf
Here’s an interesting factoid: in 2006, Arizona consumed 358 billion cubic feet of natural gas, while producing a whopping 600 million cubic feet.
Here̵ ...

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posted on
April 25th, 2009
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The Zonie Report
based in
Phoenix

Hikers find plane belonging to missing attorney

NEAR FLAGSTAFF — Hikers in a remote are of the Coconino National Forest found a downed airplane Sunday, according to a release from the Coconino County Sheriff’s Department.
The repor ...

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posted on
April 24th, 2009
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The Zonie Report
based in
Phoenix

Jacko’s giraffes go to court

PAGE – Like their former owner, giraffes from Michael Jackson’s now-defunct Neverland Ranch Zoo find themselves in legal battles.
Jacko and his attorneys may have stopped the auction ...

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posted on
April 23rd, 2009
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The Zonie Report
based in
Phoenix

Republican ladies go solar!

It’s not all that often that I get excited by Republican women. But in this case, I can’t help myself – a trio of Republican women in the Arizona state senate and legislature are band ...

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