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By Verlyne Meck

With a inhabitants of greater than 48,000, Buckeye is the ninth-fastest transforming into municipality within the usa. The town�s speedy development has left many longtime citizens considering what occurred to where the place they grew up. initially an agricultural group, Buckeye has embraced the twenty first century, turning into a hub for the reasonable housing industry within the Valley of the solar. Buckeye�s colourful background is advised through an Arizona tradition Keeper and lifetime resident of the Buckeye Valley, Verlyne Meck, who has woven a tapestry of phrases and photographs that inform the original tale of the Buckeye Valley.

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