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Cities in Santa Cruz County, Arizona


Cities in Yavapai County, Arizona


Cities in Yuma County, Arizona


People from Bisbee, Arizona


People from Bullhead City, Arizona


People from Globe, Arizona


People from Lake Havasu City, Arizona


People from Page, Arizona


People from Safford, Arizona


People from Sedona, Arizona


People from Sierra Vista, Arizona


People from St. Johns, Arizona


People from Tombstone, Arizona


People from Tuba City, Arizona


People from Williams, Arizona


People from Window Rock, Arizona


People from Winslow, Arizona


Benson Municipal Airport (Arizona)

Benson Municipal Airport is a public use airport located 3.5 miles northwest of the central business district of Benson, a city in Cochise County, Arizona, United States and 35 miles east of Tucson International Airport. The airport was opened in ...


People from Benson, Arizona


Arizona State Route 287

State Route 287, also known as SR 287, is a predominantly east–west state highway in central Arizona. Originally, this highway number only applied to Florence-Coolidge Highway; the branch to Casa Grande was added later.


Arizona State Route 387

State Route 387, also known as SR 387, is a state highway in south-central Arizona, United States traveling from State Route 87 west of Coolidge west to Interstate 10, then south to its junction with State Route 84 and State Route 287 in Casa Grande.


The Asphalt

The Asphalt is an American rock band formed in 2001 in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. The band was founded by Randy Mazick and currently consists of Randy Mazick, Jason Marino, Clifford Hickle and Nick Turner.


Lake Havasu City Airport

Lake Havasu City Airport, also known as Lake Havasu City Municipal Airport, is a city-owned public-use airport located 6 miles north of the central business district of Lake Havasu City, in Mohave County, Arizona, United States. The airport is mo ...


Films set in Lake Havasu City, Arizona


Television shows set in Lake Havasu City, Arizona


Death of Brandon Mendoza

Brandon Mendoza was a Hispanic police officer in Mesa, Arizona, who was killed by an intoxicated illegal alien who was driving in the wrong way. Mendoza was one of the first officers to volunteer to wear a body camera. Following his death, a foun ...


Safford Regional Airport

Safford Regional Airport is in Graham County, Arizona 3 miles east of Safford, which owns it. The FAAs National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2009–2013 categorizes it as a general aviation facility. It is the only paved airport in Graham ...


McDowell Sonoran Preserve

The Scottsdale McDowell Sonoran Preserve is a large, permanently protected, sustainable desert habitat in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Preserve encompasses some 30.500 acres 123 km 2 contiguously, and is the largest urban park technically "nature res ...


Sedona Airport

Sedona Airport is a small non-towered airport located 2 miles southwest of the central business district of Sedona, a city in Yavapai County, Arizona, United States. The airport covers 220 acres and has one runway and one helipad. Although most U ...


Films set in Sedona, Arizona


Sierra Vista Municipal Airport

Sierra Vista Municipal Airport, a joint-use civil-military airport which shares facilities with Libby Army Airfield, is located on Fort Huachuca in Sierra Vista, a city and U.S. Army installation in Cochise County, Arizona, United States. The air ...


Marley Park

Marley Park is a residential development in Surprise, Arizona, USA. The development occupies 950 acres 380 ha, most of the square formed by West Waddell Road, North Reems Road, North Bullard Avenue, and West Cactus Road. It includes a number of s ...


People from Willcox, Arizona


H.A. Clark Memorial Field

H. A. Clark Memorial Field is a public-use airport located in Williams, Arizona. The Federal Aviation Administration LID used to be P32.


Arizona State Route 99

SR 99 starts in Leupp on the Navajo Nation and heads south to Interstate 40 west of Winslow. From there, the route runs concurrently with I-40, then exiting I-40 in Winslow onto Business Spur 40. In downtown Winslow, SR 99 heads south on SR 87 be ...


People from Jerome, Arizona


People from Miami, Arizona


People from Sahuarita, Arizona


People from Snowflake, Arizona


People from Springerville, Arizona


Towns in Apache County, Arizona


Towns in Cochise County, Arizona


Towns in Coconino County, Arizona


Towns in Gila County, Arizona


Towns in Graham County, Arizona


Towns in Greenlee County, Arizona


Towns in La Paz County, Arizona


Towns in Maricopa County, Arizona


Towns in Mohave County, Arizona


Towns in Navajo County, Arizona

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