Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Capitol Stacks!

To read the July / August 2016 issue of the Capitol Stacks, click on the image above. To receive future issues, use the button below: Sign Up Now   Advertisements

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Transportation Research Webinar

The Transportation Research Board will be hosting an upcoming webinar on how to use the Research in Progress Database. The webinar will be August 16, 2016 from 2:00pm to 3:00PM ET and provides users of TRB’s Research in Progress (RiP) Database … Continue reading

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Explore Arizona

Summer hikes can be a fun way to enjoy scenic views and explore new areas. Arizona has hundreds of hiking trails throughout the state, from the forest trails in the San Francisco Peaks, to the famous red rocks in Sedona, … Continue reading

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State Library of Arizona 360

A local 360 VR photographer, Bradford Bohonus recently toured the library and created some neat 360 shots. Check it out here:  

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Ballot Measure Arguments Online

The pro/con ballot measure arguments can now be read online! No need to wait for your publicity pamphlet, just head on over the the Secretary of State’s webpage.

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Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame

Now is the time to recognize women who have made a significant contribution to the history of Arizona by nominating them for induction into the Arizona Women’s Hall of Fame. There are two categories for nominations: Legacies and Living Legacies. … Continue reading

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99 Years Ago Today: The Bisbee Deportation

On July 12 1917, Sheriff Harry Wheeler and 2,000 deputies arrested over a thousand Bisbee men. Members of the International Workers of the World, these striking miners were forced at gunpoint onto a train and then left in the desert … Continue reading

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