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No one wants to fix immingration

No one wants to fix immingration

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It’s been a little amusing to me to watch Donald Trump, seemingly dozens of other politicians and the national media fight over immigration.

Reality cannot be airbrushed away

Reality cannot be airbrushed away

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Who would have thought the first publication of a 60-year-old novel would lend new insights to the discussions we’ve been having about race an…

Many loyal volunteers are the key to success in Marana

Many loyal volunteers are the key to success in Marana

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Most of the best communities in the country have a strong core of volunteers. People who love their city or town enjoy stepping up to improve …

Doors opening up for homebuyers

Doors opening up for homebuyers

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Both first-time and move-up homebuyers were much closer to attaining the American dream of homeownership during the first quarter of this year…

Oro Valley Community & Recreation Center exceeding expectations

Oro Valley Community & Recreation Center exceeding expectations

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Since its launch on May 2, the new Oro Valley Community & Recreation Center (formerly El Conquistador Country Club) has continued to excee…

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