An interesting fact about Arizona is that the name originated from two separate Papago Indian words, one meaning "young spring" and the other "little spring." More interesting facts about Arizona are listed at Atozkidsst... More » Geography United States

Some facts about Surprise, Arizona include that it has a population, as of June 2015, of more than 120,000 people, and it is 45 minutes away from downtown Phoenix. Mountain park lands, a regional lake and open desert sur... More » Geography United States The West

Some facts about Eastern Arizona College are that the college offers a variety of educational degrees and certifications and that the 1927 men's basketball team recorded a perfect season with 33 wins and no losses. Since... More » Education Colleges & Universities
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