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Petrified Forest National Park Expands by 26,000 Acres
Petrified Forest National Park Expands by 26,000 Acres The federal government is gaining control over an even larger expanse of rainbow-colored petrified wood, fossils from the dawning age of dinosaurs and petroglyphs left by American Indian tribes who once lived in eastern Arizona. The National Pa...
Besh-Ba-Gowah and the Salado Phenomenon
Besh-Ba-Gowah and the Salado Phenomenon Ancient ruins can be the most personal of artifacts, whispering with the voices of those they once sheltered. But such whispers often spark more questions than answers. Consider Globe's Besh-Ba-Gowah Archaeological Park, where rustic stone ramparts and reconst...
Mounting Concerns Over the Firing of State Archaeologists in Utah
Mounting Concerns Over the Firing of State Archaeologists in Utah The Utah Department of Community and Culture on Tuesday laid off the state archaeologist and two assistants, leaving the Antiquities section with just two employees: those responsible for maintaining a database necessary for developme...