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These buildings usually haven’t any financial or reuse possibility, is usually a fire hazard, and should demand various levels of environmental cleanup. Reclaiming lumber and brick from retired mills places these products to a completely new use rather than disposing them inside a landfill.
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Arizona high school apologizes for 'South will rise again' senior quote in yearbook
Though most people don't consider Arizona a participant in the American Civil War, Union and Confederate soldiers clashed in the territory, with the 1862 skirmish dubbed "The Battle of Picacho Pass" being the westernmost battle of the war. Each year ...
South Central Pinal County including Eloy/Picacho Peak State Park
... Wind Advisory remains in effect from 1 PM to 8 PM MST Friday... * impacts... winds this strong can make driving difficult... especially for high profile vehicles. In addition, areas of blowing dust may limit visibilities at times.
UPDATE: EB I-10 reopens after body found near Picacho
Eastbound traffic on Interstate 10 was detoured for several hours on Monday, April 16, near Picacho because of a police incident at Milepost 216. The highway, which was closed at around midnight, was reopened at about 7:30 a.m. According to the Arizona ...
UPDATE: I-10 reopens after fatal crash involving pedestrian near Picacho Peak
The Arizona Department of Public Safety said a pedestrian was struck and killed on Interstate 10 near Picacho Peak on Tuesday, Oct. 24. The Arizona Department of Transportation said eastbound lanes of the highway were closed. The highway has been reopened.
Today in Arizona History
On this date in 1910, it was announced that Picacho Mine, which had sat idle in the Cababi Mountains ... On this date in 1895, the University of Arizona held its first commencement with three graduates. On this date in 1998, former Sen.