Thelma Grimes, The Explorer Posted:
Sometimes I feel like I am entering that generational attitude that eventually comes along – you know the one where you might hear me saying “…
Evan Hofmann, Special to The Explorer Posted:
Somewhere along the path of Arizona basketball’s perennial success, the school earned the nickname “Point Guard U” from various journalists. I…
Philip Saletta, Special to The Explorer Posted:
When it comes to supply and water resources, the Town of Oro Valley is in good shape. More efficient use of water in new homes, water conserva…
Logan Burtch-Buus, Special to The Explorer Updated:
Darcie Maranich/Special to The Explorer Posted:
With Christmas less just around the corner, this is about the time of year that shopping gets frenzied as gift givers everywhere go into spend…
Everyone had reservations when it was announced Peter Jackson would be splitting up “The Hobbit” into a trilogy. Do we really need three separate movies? Can’t this 300-page book be done in one movie? Isn’t this just a ploy to milk a franchise and make an extra couple billion dollars? When “An Unexpected Journey” finally came out last December, we all found that these initial concerns were pretty much spot-on.
Doctors said Dominique Landreville wouldn’t make it.
Sometimes I feel like I am entering that generational attitude that eventually comes along – you know the one where you might hear me saying “young people have respect for nothing today.”
Following a leak in the security of Target payment cards, Target has issued the following press release:
A man presumed dead for decades as a potential victim of serial killer John Wayne Gacy has been reunited with his family after investigators found him alive and well in Montana.
With Christmas less just around the corner, this is about the time of year that shopping gets frenzied as gift givers everywhere go into spending overdrive. It seems there is always just one last gift to buy, or one last person to buy for. All that gift giving can be hazardous to one’s wallet, especially when your list includes large families. I learned long ago that in those situations, it’s wise to give a gift that whole family can enjoy together, rather than purchase individual presents for each family member. With that in mind, I’m sharing some of my go-to gift ideas for whole family giving. Even better news? All of these items are readily available for last minute shoppers.
One month ago, the Arizona Game and Fish Department released 31 bighorn sheep into Catalina State Park. Since then, at least two sheep have been killed by mountain lions, and subsequently, two mountain lions have been killed by Game and Fish in response.
Christmas came early for students of Prince Elementary School when 30 Canyon Del Oro High School football players delivered hoodies and sweaters at the 2013 CDO Football Hoodie Drive, held last Friday.
The Oro Valley Police Department (OVPD) and Tucson Police Department (TPD) have made an arrest related to a series of locker break-ins at various LA Fitness and Platinum Fitness gyms.
Northwest fire District crews are currently on scene at a two-car motor vehicle accident at North Lon Adams Road and North Tangerine Farms Road.
Arizona Athletics Posted:
Entering her senior season as an Arizona Wildcat, forward Alli Gloyd was prepared to take on the responsibility of a leader and conclude her …
Pima Community College issued its annual financial report along with the unqualified opinion from the Arizona Office of the Auditor General in…
Pima Community College Posted:
The Pima Community College women’s basketball team (8-7) closed out the Bruce Fleck Classic on Wednesday with a dominating win over Western Te…
Chris Flora, The Explorer Posted:
Christmas came early for students of Prince Elementary School when 30 Canyon Del Oro High School football players delivered hoodies and sweate…
Dashcam Video of a meteor streaking over Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport from the NNE to the SSW today, 12-10-13 at 19:11
The Explorer Newspaper has produced a four-week series about Crohn's Disease as well as Colitis. A video was produced with interviews from everyone who participated.To read the stories, click here:http://explorernews.com/news/article_0f8d6544-2564-11e3-bbbe-0019bb2963f4.html
This is a movement program to improve balance, mobility, relieve pain and increase an overall feeling of well being. We focus on the fundamental principles of this moving meditation for health. Simple movements are designed to be safe, comfortable and fun. Ultimately this practice is for longevity and self contentment. Classes adapted to individuals level of mobility and may be practiced seated. No experience required. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing.
Qigong - the Mother of t'ai chi is based on principles of living in harmony with one's inner nature. Delight the senses as we invoke color, sounds, and nature with simple, easy to learn and apply exercises for self wellness. Classes adapted to individuals level of mobiity. All ages and life stages can maintain or regain natural health and wellness. No experience required. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Drop ins welcome.
The mission of a Toastmasters club is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth
Teaching New Thought Spirituality for a new way of living. Every Sunday, 10:45 AM Visioning Meditation; 11:00 AM Sunday Celebration Service & Youth Church followed by Refreshments and Socializing. Rev. George Wrigley, Senior Minister.