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Lake Havasu City: Arizona’s West Coast Playground When Parker Dam was completed in 1938 and Lake Havasu began to fill, it not only provided water for California’s west coast cities, it also created Arizona’s “west coast” beaches. Birds flocked to … Continue reading

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Five “C’s” Supported The Arizona Economy “For decades, school children in Arizona have been taught the five C’s: Copper, Cattle, Cotton, Citrus and Climate. That’s what I studied when growing up in St. John’s and that’s what my children learned … Continue reading

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