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Sonora Journalist: Arizona is Like a Second Home for Sonorans, and Vice Versa

Claudia Orduño speaks about the unique strengths of and challenges facing the media in Arizona and Sonora.

Border Port walking nogales hero Walking passageway to a port of entry on the U.S.-Mexico border in Nogales.
AZPM Staff

The economies and cultures of Arizona and its southern neighbor, Sonora, are intrinsically intertwined. That’s reflected in trade, language and in how journalists disseminate information about the region. Lorraine Rivera spoke with fellow journalist Claudia Orduño, editor of Frontera Norte magazine, about the region’s dynamics. Orduño began by discussing what her magazine covers.

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