Marana Police Chief Terry Rozema Posted:
To Our Marana Community
Rev. Dr. Duane Anders, Special to the Explorer Posted:
The violence of hate is the denial of the image of God in all human beings.
Valerie Vinyard, Special to The Explorer Posted:
Two recent deaths on Arizona’s highways are a grim reminder to motorists to stay focused – and move over.
Dr. Francisco Garcia, Special to The Explorer Posted:
Whether you’re an adult or a child, getting a vaccine shot can sting. It certainly makes my boys tear up. Yet, in the pursuit of optimal healt…
Stephen Trimble, High County News Posted:
We think we’ve saved the Grand Canyon. We established a national park that is supposed to remain “forever unimpaired.”
The Town of Marana has a rich history, but the construction of I-10 in the 1960s demolished many the historic businesses in what was then the center of town.
(StatePoint) Nutrition is important for everyone, but especially for children, as it is directly linked to all aspects of their growth and development.
A once-shuttered gas station has been transformed into the latest location for an expanding local franchise.
On Dec. 17, 2014, the Oro Valley town council voted 4-3 in favor of purchasing the former El Conquistador Country Club and associated amenities to create the Oro Valley Community and Recreation Center. Mayor Satish Hiremath, Vice Mayor Lou Water and Councilmembers Mary Snider and Joe Hornat voted in favor, while current incumbent Councilmembers Brendan Burns, Bill Garner and Mike Zinkin—who are all up for reelection—voted in opposition.
In the coming weeks, countless students will be making a return to the halls of their elementary, middle or high school for the first time since leaving behind the books and the study sessions back in May.
Two members of Tucson’s local media scene have found themselves in a deeply troubling situation after taking their 4-month-old daughter to a local hospital, where cocaine was found the child’s system.
Todd Garelick goes into his second year as principal of Mountain View having learned a lot from year one.
The three challengers who hope to unseat the incumbents in this year’s Oro Valley Town Council races have each begun to work with political consulting firm Saguaro Strategies.
While most of the community still lay in their beds resting in preparation for Independence Day, 65-year-old David Knowlton was taking his usual morning walk around the neighborhood. Knowlton had moved to Oro Valley almost two years ago to escape the New Hampshire cold and find a climate more suited to his battle with multiple sclerosis.
Opponents of a ballot initiative that seeks to ask voters to legalize recreational marijuana for adults filed a lawsuit on July 11 to keep the measure off the November ballot, citing that the would-be law misleads voters in its petition summaries concerning how many of Arizona’s laws it would affect.