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December 22, 1839- This Day in Arizona History

Josephine Brawley Hughes Born

December 21, 1863- This Day in Arizona History

Ft. Whipple Established

December 20, 1970- This Day in Arizona History

Pioneer Hotel Fire

December 19, 1872- This Day in Arizona History

Fort Grant Moved

December 18, 1933- This Day in Arizona History

Arizona Daily Star Fire

December 17, 1846- This Day in Arizona History

Mormon Battalion Enters Tucson

December 16, 1938- This Day in Arizona History

First Navajo Tribal Fair

December 15, 1978- This Day in Arizona History

Arizona’s First Heart Transplant Approved

December 14, 1974- This Day in Arizona History

Phelps Dodge Closes Lavendar Pit Mine

December 13, 1975- This Day in Arizona History

Flandrau Planetarium Opens to the Public

December 12, 1929- This Day in Arizona History

Pioneer Hotel Opens

December 11, 1917- This Day in Arizona History

Bootleg Liquor for Red Cross

December 10, 1956- This Day in Arizona History

Drought in Arizona

Adding public folders to Outlook Today

A message from Cheech Calenti

Herbert Hoover

Herbert Hoover: Landslide

The story of the nation's 31st president and his remarkable life before, during and after his time in the White House. Monday at 10 p.m. on PBS-HD 6.

Social Justice Coordinator from the Southern Arizona Girl Scouts, Lesley Rich tells us about a program that works with girl scouts whose parents are in prison. A similar program was filmed in Texas as a documentary called, "Troop 1500." This film will air in Tucson as part of AZPM's "Now Showing at Your Library" in December.

Girl Scouts Reach Out to Those Behind Bars

Hundred-year-old organization works with inmates and their families across the country

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