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Here are the first-round and quarterfinal matchups for the Division I through Division V volleyball state tournaments:
The trains are rolling in, tour buses are pulling up and vehicles are moving steadily through the entrance gates of Grand Canyon National Park after Arizona struck a deal with the federal government to reopen the landmark tourist area.
Ever wish you could peek in on some of the Valley’s wealthiest, walled-in enclaves? Or maybe you want to get far away from it all, out where the rock spire Weaver’s Needle only remotely resembles a tall city building.
No doubt a majority of us have received the mailing encouraging us to vote for the education overrides. Yes, there is a need, but we need to go after the legislators to provide money for education in this state.
The Division I girls volleyball landscape has been dotted with dynasties ever since its inception.
Head to Prescott, the Verde River Valley or southern Arizona's waving grasslands for a change of pace this holiday weekend or anytime; these adventures are available throughout the year.
DETAILS >> Tours available daily, but book in advance. Verde River Adventure Center, 45 W. Hollamon St., Camp Verde. Prices start at $28 for a Verde River inner-tube float with shuttle service; expect to pay $70 to $150 per person for combination water and activity tours. (928) 204-6440 or SedonaAdventureTours.com. [More on next slide ...]
It’s named for Sedona, and it’s headquartered in Camp Verde, but this tour company provides a smorgasbord of active expeditions throughout the Verde Valley, from hiking trips amid Sedona’s famous red rocks to train rides in Cottonwood. Its popular “Water to Wine” and “Paddle to Pints” tours include a two- to three-hour float down the Verde River in inflatable kayaks, followed by wine- or beer-tasting and lunch at a nearby winery or restaurant. [More on next slide ...]
You’ve heard of or likely done Sedona’s Pink Jeep Tours, but what about trailblazing over rough terrain and up mountains in a six-wheeled, Austrian-made Pinzgauer?
This tour company (whose owner is a licensed and bonded dealer specializing in parts and service for the fascinating European military vehicles and their off-roading beast of a cousin, the Mercedes Unimog) does just that, taking riders down dirt roads and up bumpy trails to some of the prettiest sites around Prescott.
The Mt. Union tour goes to the top of the tallest mountain in Yavapai County, where views stretch all the way to the San Francisco Peaks in Flagstaff. That and other tours, like to Sugarloaf and Quartz mountains, are available for daytime or sunset departure times. Two-hour adventures start at $45 per person and are available year-round, even in snow. Children and family or group discounts are available. [More on next slide ...]
If all goes right, Saturday’s death café in Mesa will be the first of many conversations that will provide attendees new ways to see the finality of existence.
A self-guided tour of local craft breweries, the Ale Trail aims to acquaint you with the finest hand-crafted beers in Arizona’s high country.
The tour consists of 10 stops and is available anytime the breweries are open. Simply buy an Ale Trail Passport ($5.95) and carry it with you to get $20-$25 worth of discounts on food and drink at the breweries. An unbreakable souvenir beer pint is also available.
You can buy your passport and pint glass online and they will be mailed to you, or you can get started in person at Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce, 101 W. Route 66.
The walking route covers about one mile of level ground in downtown Flagstaff. There is one stop each in Sedona and Williams, so bring a designated driver to get you to those brew pubs. [More on next slide ...]
National Day of the Cowboy; High Country Hummers Festival; Championship Canoe Meet
An author who saw his self-help business crash after he led a sweat lodge ceremony that left three people dead was paroled from prison on Friday after serving nearly two years for negligent homicide convictions.
We’re always looking for new things to see and do on day trips to Red Rock Country. Perhaps the new “Explore Sedona” application for iPhones and Android devices can help.
From mid-May to July, kids from the Kyrene School District are participating in a new program where they get to attend field trips during a full-day camp.
Eric Marsh built the Granite Mountain Hotshots from nothing — and died trying to protect the crew that friends say constituted his life's work.
Arizona Outdoor Women, a group started to give women 18 and older the opportunity to learn camping, whitewater rafting, off-road driving and other outdoor activities in a relaxed atmosphere, has slots available in one-day and weekend workshops planned for summer and fall.
The League of American Bicyclists has ranked Arizona 10th out of the 50 states for bike friendliness in 2013, a jump from its position of 14th in 2012.
It’s no secret that Arizona offers some of the best and most luxurious AAA Four and Five Diamond resorts in the country. However, many travelers don’t realize that many of these properties also feature kid camps that aim to please even the pickiest pint-sized traveler. This provides mom and dad with a guilt-free way to indulge in some much-needed couple time, while allowing kids to make friends and create memories of their own.