Articles from the June 1, 2016 edition
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Are You Interested In Learning How To Sail In Arizona?
Go Sail Arizona is one of the many American Sailing Association ("ASA") affiliate schools located around the world teaching people how to sail. The ASA is the preeminent sailing instruction... Full story
Arizona Yacht Club - Mike Ferring Brings Us Up To Date
As you know, things get real slow for the summer. We'll have our Wednesday night casual races at Lake Pleasant and the summer campout. Following is the campout info, and as for the Wednesday night... Full story
Boat Fire Extinguishers: Four Myths From The BoatUS Foundation
Every spring, the BoatUS Foundation for Boating Safety and Clean Water receives questions from boaters about fire extinguishers. To help set the record straight, here are four fire-extinguisher myths... Full story
It's Time To Head To Powell For The 'Spring Fling'
Fishing success has been great despite early mid-May's lingering cold and winds. The good news now is that morning water temperatures now exceed 60 degrees, which opens up opportunities for the... Full story
AZGFD - Trout Challenge
Arizona's Trout Challenge Program was developed to encourage anglers to learn more about fishing opportunities in the state. Arizona Game and Fish Department manages many waters statewide to provide...
Phoenix's Newest Residents
Peregrine Chick Weak Legs Required Splints At press time, we at AZBW/WOT are hoping for a good outcome. After more than 30 days of anticipation by viewers around the world, the first of downtown Phoen...
Wake Zone, Op-Ed - May 22, 2036 Watch What The Future Holds:
'This is the end'... Jim Morrison, 1967 The annual hunting season, long declared to be barbaric by the social media watchdogs, was officially cancelled today by the Arizona Species Specialists, a... Full story
Tourism To Glen Canyon, Rainbow Bridge Created Jobs, Economic Benefits
A National Park Service (NPS) report shows that nearly 2.5 million people visited Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Rainbow Bridge National Monument in 2015. Those visitors spent over $171... Full story
Tour And Service Providers Adopt Canyons Throughout Lake Powell
Lake Powell visitors can expect less trash to spoil the pristine scenery this summer. This is thanks to local tour and service providers adopting canyons throughout Glen Canyon National Recreation... Full story
Cave Of The Domes Reopened In Grand Canyon National Park
The National Park Service (NPS) has reopened Cave of the Domes in Grand Canyon National Park. Cave of the Domes, the only cave open to the public within Grand Canyon National Park, has been closed... Full story