Jan 3 In Blogs: Agua Fria National Monument, New Year's Eve, Personal Trainers, and Rachel Brock

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Today's entries:

Jackalope Ranch: Profane Jack-O-Lantern Vandalism at Agua Fria National Monument Leads to Public Service Announcement

Magical Moment by Luster Kaboom

Up on the Sun: Ringing in the New Year Over the Weekend

10 New Songs for 2011

Chow Bella: The Virgin Cook Pops Her Cherry With a Bloody Mess

Why Your Personal Trainer Hates You

Valley Fever: Rachel Brock, Daughter of County Supervisor, Released From Jail -- But That Doesn't Mean She's Off the Hook, County Attorney's Office Says

Jan Brewer Sworn In as Arizona's 22nd Governor -- Compliments of SB 1070

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