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Proposal calls for turning Tucson sewage plant into aquatic research station | Daily Journal (Franklin, IN)

Researchers at the University of Arizona have come up with a proposal to turn a decommissioned sewage treatment plant into a state-of-the-art aquatic research station.

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Green Valley rancher, UA give close look at ranching life | Daily Journal (Franklin, IN)

Green Valley rancher, UA give close look at ranching life | Daily Journal (Franklin, IN) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
GREEN VALLEY, Arizona - Andrew McGibbon has ranching in his blood.
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Arizona, New Mexico residents can expect gradual increase in temperatures as cold spell breaks | Daily Journal (Franklin, IN)

FLAGSTAFF, Arizona - Residents in Arizona and bundled up for another day Wednesday as a record cold spell that hit much of the West began drawing to a close, taking a toll on water pipes and lettuce crops and testing people's patience in...
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University of Arizona seeks funding from state for study on building a veterinarian program | Daily Journal (Franklin, IN)

TUCSON, Arizona - University of Arizona officials want the Tucson-based school to establish a veterinary medical program and are asking the Legislature for a $250,000 state appropriation for an initial study.
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Ariz. red squirrels endangered, but breeding program could come to the rescue | Daily Journal (Franklin, IN)

Ariz. red squirrels endangered, but breeding program could come to the rescue | Daily Journal (Franklin, IN) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
PHOENIX - "Al" and "Bob" bound across their cages when Stuart Wells opens the door to their room at the Phoenix Zoo's conservation center.
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Prices for winter lettuce grown in southwestern Arizona rising due to freezing temperatures | Daily Journal (Franklin, IN)

YUMA, Arizona - Prices for winter lettuce grown in southwestern Arizona already are rising because of damage caused by freezing weather, an agricultural expert said Monday.
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