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Navajo Nation Company Ends Bid to Buy Power Plant, Mine

Negotiations with the Navajo Generating Station owners came to a halt over who would be responsible for cleanup.

Last Grants Coming for Endangered Route 66 Program

A preservation program is set to end in the fall, and no agreement has been reached to keep it going.

Court Denies Asylum Appeal by Police Officer From Sonora

The Ninth Circuit decision means the former Mexican police officer is almost out of ways to avoid deportation.

Air Force Thunderbirds Return to Headline Davis-Monthan Air Show

The biennial event includes an open house of the air base.
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