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The website at www.townofkearny.com shows a seal with a simple circular format. The outer ring has the word 'KEARNY' at its top in black capitals and the word 'ARIZONA' in a similar format at the
bottom. The center is multicolored and is divided into five sections by a Native American symbol in cinnamon. The middle is also circular and depicts the Arizona state flag in its proper colors above a canyon in light blue and overlooked by a
rock formation in green. In chief there appears to be a covered wagon in gold on a blue field, with a lowering sky streaked in blue and black. To the left of the central circle is a blue field displaying a sun or full moon in gold; this is bisected into two unequal parts by a saguaro cactus, with its proper green color cast in a golden glow. In the background is a slate gray mountain range, while to the right of the cactus is a black tumbleweed. To the right of the center circle a white smelter chimney marked with three thin black lines jutting across a black horizon band of mountains into a blue sky. The chimney seems to arise from a green range of mountains, with a yellow cliff face. In the center foreground of this section there appears to be a Western urban townscape in blue.
Ron Lahav, 17 April 2004