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It is disheartening when something strong, something important makes many stand up to rally and protest, but the selfishness of few lessens th…

It’s time for solutions, it’s time to fix the roads

It’s time for solutions, it’s time to fix the roads

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Like President Obama, County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry has shown that he will aggressively use his pen and phone to push his agenda. In …

Do you feel guilty when you are doing nothing?

Do you feel guilty when you are doing nothing?

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Are you a person who experiences guilty feelings about occasionally doing nothing? If so, you’re not alone and your partners are called workah…

Marana Town Talk: Town committed to helping Simon’s tenants open

Marana Town Talk: Town committed to helping Simon’s tenants open

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When the town of Marana opened the Twin Peaks Interchange in 2010, it paved the road for economic development along a busy stretch of Intersta…

Guest Column - Suing the President or impeachment for life?

Guest Column - Suing the President or impeachment for life?

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Suing the president or, as we call it, “impeachment lite.” So why is the House suing the president? First, you understand the House is made up…

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  • Review: Spark: A Burning Man Story – Explains the unexplainable

    Review: Spark: A Burning Man Story – Explains the unexplainable

    If you are not familiar with the annual “Burning Man” event, thinkWoodstock meets Mad Max, although its organizers and proponents frown on painting the event into any kind of corner. The “about” section of the event’s website says that “trying to explain what Burning Man is to someone who has never been to the event is a bit like trying to explain what a particular color looks like to someone who is blind.” Nevertheless, the new documentary film, Spark: A Burning Man Story, attempts to explain the alleged unexplainable.

  • Developer, residents at odds over proposed Oro Valley development

    Developer, residents at odds over proposed Oro Valley development

    Residents of four homeowner’s associations are butting heads with Davis Development and Properties, LLC over a proposed neighborhood development in proximity to Canada Del Oro’s Highlands Wash.

  • UPDATE - Hiremath, incumbents win election outright

    UPDATE - Hiremath, incumbents win election outright

    According to Town of Oro Valley clerk Julie Bower, the four incumbents - Mayor Satish Hiremath and councilmembers Joe Hornat, Lou Waters, and Mary Snider - have won the election outright with all precincts reporting.

  • Oro Valley Primary Election results

    Oro Valley Primary Election results

    Ballots are still being counted in the Oro Valley Town Council Primary Election. 

  • Yard House opening at Park Place Mall

    Yard House opening at Park Place Mall

    Park Place is excited to welcome Yard House to its mix of dining and retail establishments. The modern public house known for its vast array of beers on tap will officially open August 28th. The opening of Yard House will bring approximately 200 new jobs to Tucson along with 130 draft beer selections and a menu full of American favorites, including burgers, tacos, steaks, seafood and ribs.

  • Marana expecting growth in population, employment and income

    Marana expecting growth in population, employment and income

    Even though the recession took a hard hit to cities throughout Arizona, residents can remain hopeful and optimistic – especially those in the town of Marana.

  • Oro Valley school holds annual fundraiser

    Oro Valley school holds annual fundraiser

    Copper Creek Elementary School held its annual fundraiser, the Hawk Walk, last week. In lieu of selling candy or similar items, students get donations from family and friends. They then walk around a course that covers most of the school’s campus while encountering many surprises along the way.

  • ‘When The Game Stands Tall’  - Football story gets fumbled on the big screen

    ‘When The Game Stands Tall’ - Football story gets fumbled on the big screen

    Inspired by true events, “When The Game Stands Tall” is the story of the De La Salle High School (Concord, Calif.) football team posting the longest winning streak in football history.  The film neatly illustrates the De La Salle Spartans 12-year rule on the gridiron and how “the streak” ending comes almost as shocking to the world as a Harlem Globetrotter loss in basketball.  The problems the coaches, players and community have in confronting their rare defeat and moving on in life gave the film so much potential.  Unfortunately, the remarkable real-life story that helped propel De La Salle to triumph once again on and off of the football field fails to inspire film-goers the same way on the big-screen.

  • It’s time for solutions, it’s time to fix the roads

    It’s time for solutions, it’s time to fix the roads

    Like President Obama, County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry has shown that he will aggressively use his pen and phone to push his agenda. In his July feature, “Understanding transportation spending in Pima County”, Huckelberry penned an article telling us that yet again, he has no real solutions for our atrocious roads and no intention of using general fund money for our desperately needed road repairs. He has used his phone to contact our State legislators to request they raise our gas taxes. He has even sent letters to residents who have complained about the status of their roads, telling them to reprioritize their own spending because they spend too much on their cell phones and too little in gas taxes. 

  • A look ahead – Propositions set for General Election

    A look ahead – Propositions set for General Election

    General Election

Dorados roll over Apaches

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CDO scored 28 straight points to beat visiting Nogales 30-6 in the season openener for both teams on Thursday night.

Dorados close to new softball coach

Dorados close to new softball coach

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Canyon Del Oro is expected to announce the hiring of a new softball coach sometime next week.

Pima County anti-graffiti poster winners announced

Pima County anti-graffiti poster winners announced

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Northwest side students did well in Pima County’s anti-graffiti poster contest.

Marana/Mountain View news and notes

Marana/Mountain View news and notes

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Both Mountain View and Marana opened the 2014 football season on Thursday night. Mountain View got the 53-2 win over their district rival, kee…

Summerset sparks the Mountain Lions

Summerset sparks the Mountain Lions

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Justice Summerset made the most of his first start at quarterback, amassing over 350 yards and leading Mountain View to a 53-2 win over rival Marana.

PCC Women’s Soccer Scores 10 Goals in Win

PCC Women’s Soccer Scores 10 Goals in Win

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The Pima Community College women’s soccer team came out hitting on all cylinders on Friday in its home opener at the Kino North Gran…

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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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