From the issue: "'Summer Day at Hurricane Lake' by Darwin Van Campen. Photograph taken at Hurricane Lake in the Fort Apache Indian Reservation...
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/25/2017

Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, May 1967 | Arizona Highways
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A museum that celebrates Arizona's minerals and history of mining has a new funding source and will reopen after closing in 2011.
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/24/2017

Arizona Mining and Mineral Museum Will Reopen | Arizona Highways
Cheri Mills
Carroll Peebles
Shauna Vooris Connelly
One of the most common reasons our readers email us is to ask for help finding a story in an old issue of Arizona Highways. We're happy to help, of...
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/23/2017

Find an Old Arizona Highways Issue at the Arizona Memory Project | Arizona Highways
Jesse Alberson
Heather Morris
Carroll Peebles
A new state park that honors 19 fallen firefighters received a national award for outdoor recreation projects earlier this month. Granite Mountain...
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/22/2017

Hotshots Memorial Park Wins National Award | Arizona Highways
Garry Domingue
Eileen Caroscio
Amanda L. Bradley
From Sabino Canyon to Pusch Ridge, there's plenty to see in the Santa Catalina Mountains. Here are just a few of your spectacular submissions for this week's Friday Fotos theme. To see more of the Catalinas, pick up our June issue, on newsstands now. Have a great weekend, everyone!

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Arlene Patton
about five miles north of the turnoff to Quartermaster Viewpoint in Mohave County. The picturesque Joshuas are found in profusion near Pierce...
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/18/2017

Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, May 1962 | Arizona Highways
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Jeanne Rogers Cox
The National Park Service wants to reduce the size of the herd to mitigate impacts on park resources.
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/17/2017

How Should North Rim's Bison Be Managed? You Can Weigh In | Arizona...
Ray Lee
Nancy Hall Murray
Dan R. Anderson
David Laughlin's Buffalo Soldiers work was recently displayed at a Tucson library and could soon be part of a permanent memorial in town.
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/16/2017

Q&A: A Tucson Artist Depicts the Buffalo Soldiers | Arizona Highways
Jeanne Rogers Cox
Lynn Warren
The North Rim is open for business. Here are some great ways to enjoy the less-visited part of the Grand Canyon.
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/15/2017

Grand Canyon's North Rim Opens Today | Arizona Highways
Roy Cochrun
Larry Cole
Jan N Johnny
We know, we know: There are some spiders in this gallery. And spiders are arachnids, not insects. But we'll make an exception for a few of the spectacular spider shots that showed up for this week's "insects" theme. The insects were pretty amazing, too. Thanks, as always, for participating. Enjoy your weekend!

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Jamie Christine
Sarah Foster
From the issue: "'On Sunset Crater' by Stan Midgley. 'I was so intrigued by Sunset Crater the first time I saw it from high up on the San Francisco...
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/11/2017

Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, May 1949 | Arizona Highways
Valerie Donahue
Joana Newton
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May and June are bee swarm season in the Sonoran Desert, so follow these precautions to stay safe.
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/10/2017

How to 'Bee' Safe During Swarm Season | Arizona Highways
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Gabriela Griffin
Chad Hummer
Who's heading to Havasu Canyon this year? Matthew Rule did, and his image is today's photo of the day on our website. Submit yours!
Whos heading to Havasu Canyon this year Matthew Rule did and his
Tom Monroe
Diane Ward
Erin Litchfield
Arizona's most well-known national park supported nearly 10,000 jobs in 2016, a National Park Service report says.
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/09/2017

Report: Grand Canyon Had $904 Million Economic Impact in 2016 | Arizona Highways
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Cheyenne Kawuneeche
René Brandenburg Villadsen
Lori A. Johnson
The two Southern Arizona towns topped a poll of USA Today readers.
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/08/2017

Ajo, Bisbee Voted Best Small Towns in the Southwest | Arizona Highways
Ken Parsons
Sharon Mullican
Theresa Powers
Acts of Congress have "abolished" 11 national monuments. In 1930, Papago Saguaro National Monument was the first.
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/05/2017

The Time Arizona Lost a National Monument | Arizona Highways
Teresa Davis
Tamara J. Hock
Linda J Riley
From the issue: "The cover picture for this month's ARIZONA HIGHWAYS is a scene of Roosevelt Lake by moonlight, looking toward the place where the...
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/04/2017

Throwback Thursday: Arizona Highways, May 1927 | Arizona Highways
Gerry Groeber
A recently debuted opera version of Zane Grey's Riders of the Purple Sage netted the Arizona Opera a $1 million donation, among the largest in the organization's history.
Arizona Highways Magazine 05/03/2017

'Riders of the Purple Sage' Spurs $1 Million Gift to Arizona Opera | Arizona Highways
Katie Kruger
Bobbie Carleton
Larry Neel