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The words I would love to hear

The words I would love to hear

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In recent weeks, I had the opportunity to interview the granddaughter of former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, Nina Roosevelt Gibson.

Primetime Review: Hacker leaks hundreds of celebrity’s nude photos

Primetime Review: Hacker leaks hundreds of celebrity’s nude photos

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The age of technology can be a scary one. While it seems, on the surface, being able to share, store and access your personal information, fin…

Guest Column: DuVal’s tuition hikes take center stage

Guest Column: DuVal’s tuition hikes take center stage

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Democrats wanted to make college affordability a big political issue this year almost as much as NBC wanted David Gregory off “Meet the Press.”

Marana Town Talk: Marking a solemn occasion by taking action

Marana Town Talk: Marking a solemn occasion by taking action

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This time of year marks a solemn occasion for anyone who believes in the unquestionable power of freedom and liberty.

On the Menu - It's time to celebrate Arizona Restaurant Week

On the Menu - It's time to celebrate Arizona Restaurant Week

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The local culinary community is preparing to celebrate Arizona Restaurant Week, Sept. 19 through Sept. 28, and a common thread seems to be wea…

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  • ‘The November Man’ - Brosnan re-cast in familiar assassin spy role

    ‘The November Man’ - Brosnan re-cast in familiar assassin spy role

    Former James Bond 007 actor Pierce Brosnan returns to the world of professional assassins in this film based off the bestselling “November Man” book series by Bill Granger.  In “The November Man” Brosnan plays Peter Devereaux, an ex-CIA agent who earned the nickname of the movie’s title for always leaving an unmistakable path of death and destruction behind him.  Brosnan’s Devereaux is forced out of retirement and back into the field to help save an undercover agent and secure intelligence information. Directed by Roger Donaldson (“No Way Out” in 1987), “The November Man” is an espionage thriller that could have been ripped straight off of the front page of today’s newspapers. 

  • Golder Ranch Fire District swift-water rescue responses

    Golder Ranch Fire District swift-water rescue responses

    Numerous fire districts and police departments were busy Monday with the barrage of rescues that came as a result of a storm. Golder Ranch Fire District personnel responded to multiple swift-water rescues in all portions of the district including Catalina, Oro Valley, and State Route 79.

  • Oro Valley council makes exceptions for local businesses

    Oro Valley council makes exceptions for local businesses

    On Sept. 3, the Oro Valley Town Council rezoned and approved the development of a store that will have a functional water feature. The council also approved the use of larger banner signs that will be along Ina Road to promote Tohono Chul Park.

  • Guest Column: DuVal’s tuition hikes take center stage

    Guest Column: DuVal’s tuition hikes take center stage

    Democrats wanted to make college affordability a big political issue this year almost as much as NBC wanted David Gregory off “Meet the Press.”

  • Pima County bond initiative to help Pima Animal Care Center

    Pima County bond initiative to help Pima Animal Care Center

    Voters will decide in the November election whether or not to approve a $22.34 million bond to fund upgrades for the Pima Animal Care Center (PACC).

  • PCC classes cancelled for the day following storm

    PCC classes cancelled for the day following storm

    5:39 PM UPDATE: All Pima Community College classes are cancelled for the remainder of the day due to the storm.

  • No Joy for Pusch Ridge Christian Academy

    No Joy for Pusch Ridge Christian Academy

    Glendale’s Joy Christian won the field position battle and made a smart tactical move and that led to their 28-6 road win over Pusch Ridge Christian last Friday night.

  • HSSA’s fourth mobile clinic for dogs offers more free DAPP vaccinations

    HSSA’s fourth mobile clinic for dogs offers more free DAPP vaccinations

    After vaccinating nearly 700 pets in Tucson, the Humane Society of Southern Arizona is back at it, helping pets and the people who love them with another community vaccination clinic for dogs. The HSSA will hold its fourth mobile vaccination clinic from 7-9:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, at El Rio Health Center, 340 W. Prince Road. Dogs can get a DAPP (Distemper/Adenovirus/ Parainfluenza/Parvovirus) vaccination free of cost, a rabies vaccination for $13 and microchip for $15. Only cash will be accepted. This clinic will be for dogs only. The mobile clinic will also go hand-in-hand with HSSA’s preventive relief efforts. As part of theFix It, Tucson! Initiative, now through June 30, 2015, the HSSA will spay or neuter and vaccinate about 1,300 dogs in the 85705 area for free, in collaboration with PetSmart Charities. Owners must show proof of ZIP code residence at the time of spay/neuter appointment. Appointments can be made at the mobile vaccination clinic, which is in the heart of the 85705 area. There will be tents set up to provide ample shade for you and your dog, and water bowls to keep your pup hydrated. Special thanks to Dr. Anna Szivek from Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson and Dr. Karen C. McWhirter for volunteering their time to help the HSSA protect our community. If you miss our mobile clinic, not to worry! The HSSA also has vaccination clinics at 9:30 a.m. Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. These are limited to the first 35 pets. For more information or questions please visit hssaz.org or call 321-3704, ext. 138.

  • Northwest Medical Center, Oro Valley Hospital among data breach victims

    Northwest Medical Center, Oro Valley Hospital among data breach victims

    Northwest Medical Center and Oro Valley Hospital are among the medical facilities under parent company Community Health Systems (CHS) to have been impacted by a cyber attack that is said to have compromised the personal information of approximately 4.5 million medical patients across the nation.

  • Meditation matters to your brain

    Meditation matters to your brain

    Regular meditation has proven benefits for your brain, which in turn can sharpen your memory, boost your mood, and even make you more compassionate toward others. That’s right: the act of sitting quietly for a period of time and focusing on your breath or a mantra or image can have a positive physical impact on your brain.

Falcons can't complete comeback

Falcons can't complete comeback

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Marana falls in delay filled game

Marana falls in delay filled game

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Rasheem Parks Throws Two TD Passes but Aztecs Fall Against Mesa

Rasheem Parks Throws Two TD Passes but Aztecs Fall Against Mesa

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The Pima Community College football team’s (1-3) rally came up short on Saturday as the Aztecs fell to Mesa Community College 36-20 …

Last second win

Last second win

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Special teams were the difference in Ironwood Ridge’ last second 24-21 win over Canyon Del Oro Saturday morning.

Ironwood Ridge/CDO game postponed

Ironwood Ridge/CDO game postponed

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The so called “Oro Valley Superbowl” winner will have to wait an extra 15 hours to be crowned. Weather delayed and later postponed the game, w…

Marana announces new hoops coach

Marana announces new hoops coach

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Marana High School, in the Marana Unified School District, announces Camron Dozier to serve as interim head girls basketball coach. 

Videos

play GoPro: Father/Son Road Trip to Oklahoma's High Point

GoPro: Father/Son Road Trip to Oklahoma's High Point

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We did a father, son, son road trip from Tucson, Ariz., to stand on the highest point in Oklahoma.This is our journey.

play MOS: Back To School

MOS: Back To School

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We asked the community about the new school semester starting.

play Kino College

Kino College

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Kino CollegeEnroll today: http://www.kinocollege.com/

play OV Mayor Candidates Debate

OV Mayor Candidates Debate

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The Oro Valley Mayor Candidates Dr. Satish I. Hiremath, and Pat Straney debated on July 30 at the Oro Valley Church of the Nazarene.

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