Salt River


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Salt River

A river, about 320 km (200 mi) long, rising in eastern Arizona and flowing generally west to the Gila River near Phoenix. It has been used for irrigation for many centuries.

Salt′ Riv′er


n.
a river flowing W from E Arizona to the Gila River near Phoenix. 200 mi. (322 km) long.
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The lofty range of the Three Tetons, those great landmarks of the Rocky Mountains rising in the east and circling away to the north and west of the great plain of Snake River, and the mountains of Salt River and Portneuf toward the south, catch the earliest falls of snow.
It is a salt river, salter than the surrounding sea.
Premier has opened its fully revamped flagship bakery in Salt River in Cape Town.
Scottsdale, AZ, March 21, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The Southwest's premier adventure tour operator and bike rental facility is expanding its half-day tour offerings on Arizona's Lower Salt River with the launch of guided Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) tours.
The Crystal River Preserve extends from the boundaries of the power plant complex, north of the Crystal River, south through the backwaters of Crystal Bay and the Salt River to Homosassa.
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Salt River Project has a 20 year contract to acquire all of the solar energy generated by the project, and has started accepting power from the plant.
For visitors to the Salt River Fields Stadium, in Scottsdale, US, for the upcoming baseball season, the neighbouring company hotels are offering a Take Me Out to the Ballgame package, for rates commencing at USD94 per room, per night.
The Navajo Nation, Peabody Energy, Salt River Project and Southern California Edison have reached a settlement agreement on the 1999 Navajo royalty litigation.
Palo Verde is the largest nuclear power plant in the nation serving more than four million customers in the Southwest and is jointly owned by APS, Salt River Project, Southern California Edison Co, El Paso Electric Co, Public Service Co of New Mexico, Southern California Public Power Authority and the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power.
As 2010 was winding down, the Salt River Materials Group Phoenix cement plant in Clarkdale, Ariz., was recently honored with the U.S.