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Arizona wine industry boosting ties to University of Arizona

Arizona wine industry boosting ties to University of Arizona

Arizona has seen grape plantings surge across the state. Above, Eric Glomski, who makes his Arizona Stronghold Winery wines in Cottonwood, prepares to harvest the grapes at his Willcox vineyards in 2010.

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Arizona wine industry boosting ties to University of Arizona

Arizona wine industry boosting ties to University of Arizona

At Sonoita Vineyard, barrels and vats are part of the wine-production process. Arizona currently has 80 bonded wineries.

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Arizona wine industry boosting ties to University of Arizona

Arizona wine industry boosting ties to University of Arizona

The Arizona Wine Growers Association is rolling out a plan to bolster the state's burgeoning wine industry with the help of the University of Arizona.

July 21, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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Bodies of 19 firefighters killed in Prescott-area blaze are recovered

YARNELL, Ariz. — The bodies of 19 members of an elite firefighting crew killed after being overrun by an Arizona wildfire have been retrieved from the mountain where they died.

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Greg Hansen: Tucsonans built team at Yavapai in 1970s

Greg Hansen: Tucsonans built team at Yavapai in 1970s

If you were a coach at the new junior college in Prescott, Yavapai College, a school with no baseball field, no recruiting budget and no guarantee it could offer anyone a baseball scholarship, the most preposterous of all statements in 1973 would've been:

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