Congratulations to Dean Heacock. His photograph of sunflowers at Sunset Crater takes the grand prize in our annual photography contest. More winners at .
Today (Sunday, March 26) marks a special anniversary at Arizona Highways: 55 years in our current building, at 2039 W. Lewis Avenue in Phoenix....

Then and Now: Arizona Highways World Headquarters | Arizona Highways

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Spring takes many forms in Arizona, as seen in your lovely Friday Fotos submissions from around the state. Here are just a few of them. Thanks, and enjoy the spring weather this weekend!

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A rainbow is rendered in infrared light at White Pocket in the Vermilion Cliffs. This photograph, by Klaus Priebe, won second place in our annual photography contest.
From the issue: "Arizona's state flower is the rich, waxy, white blossom of the Saguaro Cactus. Some grow as high as 50 feet, with 60 arms, weigh...

Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, March 1973 | Arizona Highways

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Congratulations to Michael Wilson, whose birds-eye photograph of trees along the Mogollon Rim won third prize in our annual photography contest.
A Phoenix-based nonprofit that uses photography to help at-risk kids has partnered with the Arizona Science Center in Phoenix on a new exhibit. On...

Kids in Focus Partners With Arizona Science Center | Arizona Highways

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When you think about Arizona's landscape, the saguaro cactus is one of the quintessential images that come to mind β€” and Saguaro National Park, the...

Q&A: The Rare Crested Saguaro | Arizona Highways

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A plan to improve safety and traffic flow on the road between Flagstaff and Sedona will mean lane restrictions and road closures until the fall, the Arizona Department of Transportation says.

Restrictions, Nighttime Closures Planned for SR 89A Project | Arizona Highways

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Thanks, as always, for your lovely Friday Fotos submissions on this week's theme: Sonoita-Patagonia, a gorgeous area of Southern Arizona. To learn more about it and see more photos, pick up a copy of our April issue, which is on newsstands now. Have a great weekend, everyone!

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From the issue: "'Hoover Dam' by Cliff Segerblom. 4x5 Speed Graphic camera, Ektachrome film, 1/10th of a second at f.22. This photograph was taken...

Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, March 1956 | Arizona Highways

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The February issue of Arizona Highways featured a Where Is This? item familiar to residents of the Sonoita and Patagonia area: a metal cutout...

Q&A: The Story Behind an Iconic Sonoita Sculpture | Arizona Highways

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The annual Earth Day celebration at the Grand Canyon is coming up next month β€” and park officials are looking for businesses and organizations that...

Help Grand Canyon National Park Celebrate Earth Day | Arizona Highways

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Our February issue, which focused on Petrified Forest National Park, generated a lot of reader interest in this Northern Arizona gem. And a few readers wrote to ask about something we didn't mention in the magazine.

How Did Those Petrified Logs Get 'Cut'? | Arizona Highways

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Wildflowers are blooming around Arizona, and you captured many of them in your fantastic Friday Fotos submissions. Here are just a few of them. Thanks, as always, and enjoy your weekend!

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Our first four Explore Arizona! covers are now available as posters in our online shop. View them here:

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EDITOR'S NOTE: This post is long, but with ”Russiaβ€œ in the news a lot lately, we thought you’d find it interesting. It begins with a Letter to the...

Throwback Thursday: Blacklisted in Moscow | Arizona Highways

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From the issue: "Our cover page this month pictures one of the numerous 'Dude Ranches' of Arizona. Picture by Beuhman Studios." (We happen to know...

Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, March 1933 | Arizona Highways

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After a down year, the reintroduced population of Mexican gray wolves in Arizona and New Mexico appears to be on the rebound.

Mexican Wolf Population in Arizona, New Mexico Hits New High | Arizona Highways

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