Who Can Solve the Mystery of Sunnyslope's Stonehenge?

September 23, 2017

My editor's column in the Fall 2017 special issue on Sunnyslope in Arizona Contractor & Community Magazine L.L.C. covers some intriguing characters in the area's history but leaves unanswered the backstory about one of its prominent ruins: the "Stonehenge-like" cement blocks atop Mission Hill. Who can solve the mystery? For more Sunnyslope stories, pick up a copy of the magazine at Books located at 9201 North Seventh Avenue.





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