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New Life for Historic Nogales Castro Home

A youth leadership program will be launched in the home Spring 2018.

A century of family history helped create "The Journal of Sedona Schnebly"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Advice on healthier, happier sleep; and at age 100, a real Tucson original still surrounds herself with the things she loves -- motorcycles.

Episode 166: Nurturing Mt. Graham's Red Squirrel Population after the Frye Fire

Also, the WWII black officers club at Fort Huachuca, an open office downtown, Tugo bike share and a new bishop for Tucson.

Historic Bisbee Baseball Field Undergoes Archeological Study

Warren Ballpark excavation shows life, baseball in early 1900s.

Professor Honored by Italian Community for Archeological Work

UA Professor David Soren will have a new strain of olive named after him.

Mountain View Officers Club Gets Help For Renovations

The historic building at Ft. Huachuca finds private financing.

Hydra, Iconic Downtown Tucson Business, Is Shutting Down

The store opened on Congress Street more than 20 years ago and was known for creative window displays.

Colorful Canary Lights Up a Home With Music

The "Spanish Timbrado" is known for its plumage and songs.

Want to Learn About Native Species? Go On a Hike.

Friends of Ironwood Forest National Monument raise awareness about the site.

Episode 161: A Trip to Tucson's West Side

Big changes have been happening on the other side of the Santa Cruz River, with more to come.

A 1960s Documentary Hidden for Decades - Now Revealed in Tucson.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Should honorably discharged veterans be able to get their citizenship and military benefits restored after trouble with the law? And, a local artist's adventures canoeing with alligators in a Florida river.

Anniversary Celebration Brings Marching Band's Past and Present In Step

Catalina Foothills High School reunites current and former band members for its 25th year.

Funding Opens Next Phase of Project to Digitize Arizona's Historic Newspapers

The effort aims to increase the accessibility of newspapers that provide a window to the transition to early statehood and beyond.

Project Aims to Gather SW Archaeological Data for Online Tool

The Cyber-Southwest project can help researchers understand issues facing pre-Columbian Southwest societies.

Civil War Monuments Stir Discussion for UA Historian

Katie Hemphill examines how landmarks contribute to a false narrative of American history

Tucson Turns 242, Though Some Put Age at 4,000

Community celebration to include native foods, cannon fire on the presidio grounds.

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