Nogales, Arizona

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Nogales is a city in Santa Cruz County, Arizona.wikipedia
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Santa Cruz County, Arizona

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Nogales is a city in Santa Cruz County, Arizona.
The county seat is Nogales.

Nogales, Sonora

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Nogales, Arizona, borders the city of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, and is Arizona's largest international border community. Nogales is discussed at length in the popular political economics book Why Nations Fail, comparing the relative success of Nogales, AZ to the poverty of Nogales, Mexico.
The city is abutted on its north by the city of Nogales, Arizona, across the U.S.-Mexico border.

Interstate 19

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The southern terminus of Interstate 19 is located in Nogales at the U.S.-Mexico border; the highway continues south into Mexico as Mexico Federal Highway 15.
I-19 travels from Nogales, roughly 300 ft from the Mexican border, to Tucson, at I-10.

Arizona Sun Corridor

Nogales also is the beginning of the Arizona Sun Corridor, an economically important trade region stretching from Nogales to Prescott, including the Tucson and Phoenix metropolitan areas.
Its population is composed of a total of five metropolitan areas: Phoenix, Tucson, Prescott, Sierra Vista-Douglas and Nogales.

Nogales-Morley Gate Port of Entry

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Nogales is home to four international ports of entry, including the Morley Pedestrian Port of Entry, Dennis Deconcini Pedestrian and Passenger Vehicle Port of Entry, Nogales International Airport, and the Mariposa Port of Entry.
The Nogales Port of Entry evolved over time, rather than being planned.

Nogales-Grand Avenue Port of Entry

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Nogales is home to four international ports of entry, including the Morley Pedestrian Port of Entry, Dennis Deconcini Pedestrian and Passenger Vehicle Port of Entry, Nogales International Airport, and the Mariposa Port of Entry.
The Nogales Arizona Port of Entry on Grand Avenue has been in existence since the early 20th century.

Phoenix, Arizona

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Nogales also is the beginning of the Arizona Sun Corridor, an economically important trade region stretching from Nogales to Prescott, including the Tucson and Phoenix metropolitan areas.
By car, the city is approximately 150 mi north of the US-Mexico border at Sonoyta and 180 mi north of the border at Nogales.

Nogales International Airport

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Nogales is home to four international ports of entry, including the Morley Pedestrian Port of Entry, Dennis Deconcini Pedestrian and Passenger Vehicle Port of Entry, Nogales International Airport, and the Mariposa Port of Entry.
Nogales International Airport is a county-owned public-use airport located 8 mi northeast of the central business district of Nogales, a city in Santa Cruz County, Arizona, United States and is also a port of entry into the United States.

Tucson, Arizona

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Nogales also is the beginning of the Arizona Sun Corridor, an economically important trade region stretching from Nogales to Prescott, including the Tucson and Phoenix metropolitan areas.
I-19 runs south from Tucson toward Nogales and the U.S.-Mexico border.

Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail

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Nogales was at the beginning of the 1775–1776 Juan Bautista de Anza Expedition as it entered the present day U.S. from New Spain, and the town is now on the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail.
The trail route extends from Nogales on the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona, through the California desert and coastal areas in Southern California and the Central Coast region to San Francisco.

Mexico–United States border

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Nogales, Arizona, borders the city of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, and is Arizona's largest international border community.

Battle of Ambos Nogales

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On August 27, 1918, a battle between United States Army forces and Mexican militia - mostly civilian in composition - took place.
The American soldiers and militia forces were stationed in Nogales, Arizona, and the Mexican soldiers and armed Mexican militia were in Nogales, Sonora.

Nogales Unified School District

The Nogales area is served by the Nogales Unified School District for K-12 education, including 5 elementary schools, two middle schools, Nogales High School, and Pierson Vocational High School.
The Nogales Unified School District is the school district for the town of Nogales, Arizona.

Interstate 11

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Interstate 11 is proposed to replace I-19, terminating in Nogales.
Interstate 11 (I-11) is a north-south Interstate Highway tentatively planned to run from Nogales, Arizona, to the vicinity of Reno, Nevada, generally following the current routes of Interstate 19 (I-19), I-10, U.S. Route 93 (US 93) and US 95.

Nogales-Mariposa Port of Entry

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The Nogales-Mariposa Port of Entry has twelve passenger vehicle inspection lanes and eight commercial inspection lanes.
All commercial traffic entering the United States at Nogales now enters through the Mariposa port of entry.

CANAMEX Corridor

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The highways meeting in Nogales are a major road intersection in the CANAMEX Corridor, connecting Canada, the United States, and Mexico.

Arizona State Route 82

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Arizona State Route 82 connects Nogales with Patagonia and Sonoita.
The western terminus of Route 82 is located at its junction with Business Loop 19 (Grand Avenue) in Nogales and its eastern terminus at its junction with State Route 80 just north of Tombstone.

Patagonia, Arizona

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Arizona State Route 82 connects Nogales with Patagonia and Sonoita.
Nogales lies to the southwest and Sonoita to the northeast.

Bob Baffert

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Baffert grew up on a ranch in Nogales, Arizona, where his family raised cattle and chickens.

Why Nations Fail

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Nogales is discussed at length in the popular political economics book Why Nations Fail, comparing the relative success of Nogales, AZ to the poverty of Nogales, Mexico.
Further examples include the border cities Nogales (Sonora, Mexico) and Nogales (Arizona, USA).

Oklahoma! (1955 film)

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Nogales, Arizona, was the filming location for the motion picture musical, Oklahoma!.
Location shooting was done mostly in Nogales, Arizona.

Jack Hannah

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Hannah was born on January 5, 1913, in Nogales, Arizona.

Movita Castaneda

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Movita, an American of Mexican descent, was born in Nogales, Arizona, on a train traveling between Mexico and Arizona.

Christine McIntyre

A native of Nogales, Arizona, Christine McIntyre was one of five children.

The Hangover Part III

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The Hangover Part III was partially filmed in Nogales during late 2012.
Principal photography began in September 2012 in Los Angeles, California before moving to Nogales, Arizona and Las Vegas, Nevada.