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List of major newspapers in Arizona featuring news and latest information on local politics, events, business, sports, education, jobs, and more. See following table for 75 Arizona local newspapers, each with official name, city location and Internet website address. All find related online resources that may help you living in or moving to the state of Arizona.

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Arizona Newspapers List

Arizona - Grand Canyon State

Arizona is a state in the United States in the south-west of the country and borders with Mexico in the south.

Large parts of the state form the desert in which the famous Grand Canyon is formed by the Colorado River. Check collegetoppicks for engineering schools in Arizona.

First American Indian Reservation

Even before the colonization by the Spaniards, some Indian tribes lived in this area. For a long time, Hohokam culture was in southern Arizona. After the settlers had founded several cities here in the region, the region belonged to Mexico for some time after it became independent. In the 19th century, the area became the first Indian reservation in the United States. The border with Mexico has always had large immigration flows from the south.

Nature and sightseeing go hand in hand here

Not only the Grand Canyon is popular with visitors.

The many national parks and natural areas including the desert are also worth a visit. Due to the dry desert climate, Arizona often has very high temperatures during the day and often low temperatures at night. The temperature differences are mainly due to the proximity to the Rocky Mountains.

Due to the desert climate, a lot of different cacti grow here. Many species are very well known and the palm lilies are also very common. In the mountainous regions of Arizona there are dense forests that can stretch to the summit. There are also some bears in these areas.

In Arizona there is not only interesting nature and breathtaking landscapes but also centuries-old archaeological sites. Many of the old cities are still preserved. At the time Arizona was still on the United States border, there were many of the so-called Frontier cities here. Some of them are still preserved today.

The Grand Canyon is not the only canyon worth visiting in Arizona. Especially in the north there are beautiful landscapes that are crossed by canyons. In the south of Arizona there are the large deserts that make a special experience with their vast, lonely landscapes and their cacti.

Newspapers Location Image Website
Ahwatukee Foothills News Phoenix, AZ
Ajo Copper News Ajo , AZ
Apache Junction News Apache Junction, AZ Apache Junction News
Arizona Business Gazette Phoenix, AZ Arizona Business Gazette
Arizona Capitol Times Phoenix, AZ Arizona Capitol Times
Arizona Daily Star Tucson, AZ Arizona Daily Star
Arizona Daily Sun Flagstaff, AZ Arizona Daily Sun
Arizona Daily Wildcat Tucson, AZ Arizona Daily Wildcat
Arizona Hispana Tucson, AZ
Arizona Range News Wilcox, AZ
Arizona Republic Phoenix, AZ
Arizona Silver Belt Globe , AZ
Arizona State University Phoenix, AZ
Arizona Tourist News Tucson, AZ
AZCentral Phoenix, AZ
Big Bug News Big Bug, AZ
Bisbee Observer Bisbee, AZ
Business Journal of Phoenix Phoenix, AZ
Camp Verde Bugle Camp Verde, AZ
Canyon Country News Black Canyon, AZ
Chino Valley Review Chino Valley, AZ
Daily News-Sun Sun City, AZ
East Valley Tribune Mesa , AZ
Eastern Arizona Courier Safford, AZ
Explorer Newspapers Tucson, AZ
Fountain Hills Times Fountain Hills, AZ
Glendale Star Glendale, AZ
Golden Valley Enterprise Golden Valley, AZ
Grand Canyon News Grand Canyon, AZ
Grand Canyon Tour Guide Grand Canyon, AZ
Herald/Daily Rev Sierra Vista, AZ
Inside Tucson Business/Dly Terr Tucson, AZ
Jewish News of Greater Phoenix Phoenix, AZ
Kingman Daily Miner Kingman, AZ
La Voz Phoenix, AZ
Lake Powell Chronicle Page , AZ
Mojave Valley Daily News Bullhead City, AZ
Navajo Hopi Observer Flagstaff, AZ
Navajo Times Window Rock, AZ
New Times Phoenix, AZ
News & Sun Green Valley, AZ
Nogales International Nogales, AZ
Palo Verde Valley Times Palo Verde, AZ
Palo Verde Valley Times Blythe, AZ
Parker Pioneer Parker, AZ
Payson Roundup Payson, AZ
Prensa Hispana Phoenix, AZ
Quartzsite Times Quartzsite, AZ
San Pedro Valley News-Sun Benson, AZ
Scottsdale Tribune Scottsdale, AZ
Sedona Red Rock News Sedona, AZ
Sonoran News Cave Creek, AZ
The Big Bug News Humboldt, AZ
The Big Bug News Dewey , AZ
The Chino Valley Review Prescott, AZ
The Daily Courier Prescott, AZ
The Daily Dispatch Douglas, AZ
The Good Life Kudos , AZ
The Prescott Valley Tribune Prescott Valley, AZ
The Tribune Phoenix, AZ
Today's News-Herald Lake Havasu City, AZ
Tombstone Tumbleweed Tombstone, AZ
Tucson Citizen Tucson, AZ
Tucson Weekly Tucson, AZ
Valley Newspaper Inc. Casa Grande, AZ
Verde Independent Cottonwood, AZ
Warner Wrangler Tempe , AZ
West Valley View Goodyear, AZ
West Valley View Litchfield Park, AZ
White Mountain Independent Show Low, AZ
Wickenburg Sun Wickenburg, AZ
Williams News Williams, AZ
Winslow Mail Winslow, AZ
Yuma Daily Sun Yuma , AZ
Yuma Daily Sun Yuma, AZ
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Arizona is one of the hottest U.S. states, mainly because it is composed of desert areas. One of the great attractions there is the Grand Canyon National Park which is one of the postcards of the country. With imposing canyons inserted in a desert landscape, the space occupies an area of ​​more than 400 kilometers in length with cliffs and more than 1600 meters in depth.

The largest canyon on the planet is the right adventure for those who like to explore the "B side" of the United States, avoiding the traditional script of parks and outlets that attract tourists so much. For those who love nature and want to play on the road, the place is more than recommended.


Arizona, the state in the southwestern United States, has much more to offer than just the Grand Canyon. The state is home to approximately 6.5 million residents and over 20 National Monuments are spread across the state.

The capital city of Phoenix in particular counts around 300 days of sunshine a year and impresses with 5 pro sports teams and the largest city park in the world.

The large city of Scottsdale is also a popular travel destination and is best known for its distinctive art scene (the city has more than 80 art galleries). Both cities are among the top 50 best cities in the United States.

But other cities in Arizona also have their sights, such as the 'Old Tuscon Film Studios', a theme park in Tuscon and the national historical landmark, the Hoover Dam.

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