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On Thursday, April 20, 2017, Old Pueblo Archaeology Center’s “Third Thursday Food for Thought” dinner will feature the presentation “Footprint…

Too often, firefighters hear people say, “I only turned my back for a few seconds.” Sadly, just a few seconds is all it takes for a child to d…

Among the scenic views of Tucson’s northern region are a variety of summer camp choices for children of all ages and interests; spanning the p…

You might say Chef Ryan Clark has a compression obsession.

This year’s deadline to file your 2016 federal income tax returns is Tuesday, April 18. Yes, usually the annual tax scramble takes place on Ap…

Marana Unified School District students, teachers and staffers were honored last week as the Marana 2340 Foundation held their annual Celebrat…

It is not everyday that you see a Monster truck at your school, so you can imagine the surprise as students at Roadrunner Elementary School ve…

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In terms of mysteries, the “Mystery of the Santa Cruz Dam” will never rival those tales crafted by Agatha Christie or Raymond Chandler, in fac…

The Town of Marana has enjoyed considerable growth in recent years. In order to manage that growth effectively, we are currently committed to …

Since plans for the Ina Road Interchange project were announced several years ago, the town of Marana has been examining ways to help business…

Your car has been a faithful steed for years, and you want to keep it running perfectly.

Less than a week before the Pima Board of Supervisors was to vote on whether or not it would endorse a controversial greenhouse project for a …

Marana High School teacher Alf Bergesen was honored prior to the University of Arizona men’s basketball game against Stanford as a finalist fo…

It’s more than just a few letters that distinguish the Cajuns from the Creoles in the Pelican State.

So the wreaths are put away as are the menorahs, and everything you have now is less of everything you had, and is tidy and tucked away in tho…

The Marana Town Council voted to approve a controversial rezoning for a 674-home development plan after the homebuilder negotiated with neighb…

A decade ago, Dot Santy decided to make Christmas a little brighter for the students enrolled in Project YES. 

Michael Cajero has never been an artist of muted views. An expert at making desolate figures out of burnt papier-mâché and twisted wire, Cajer…

After opera singer Bernard Bermudez’s lush baritone vocals stole the show at a Ballet Tucson concert last year, he got a repeat invitation. Th…

As construction along I-10 at Ina Road progresses, the town of Marana is excited to partner with businesses in this district to keep our local…

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