What looks like trash to the rest of the world is treasure to teachers — literally and figuratively.
Karen Opoku-Appoh, an eighth grader from Marana Middle School, won the 2023 Arizona Spelling Bee hosted by the Arizona Educational Foundation on Saturday, March 18.
What some describe as a wildflower “superbloom” is painting the flanks of Picacho Peak.
Wreaths Across America’s mission is simple: remembering fallen U.S. veterans, honoring those who served and teaching children the value of freedom.
Two local students are cramming this week for the 2023 Arizona State Spelling Bee on Saturday, March 18, at Madison Center for the Arts in Phoenix.
The Marana Founders’ Day Parade & Festivities started as a community parade, but it has blossomed into a highly recognized event.
Bluegrass music takes on various forms, whether it’s traditional or “newgrass,” and can blend rock, folk or Americana.
John Carmichael has a serious avocation.
The Marana Town Council reviewed the municipality’s second-quarter budget results during its Feb. 21 meeting, and, according to financial director Yiannis Kalaitzidis, said they are favorable.
Mardi Burden learned to cook the hard way.
Sarah Sher was driving a half hour for dog grooming services, when she decided to take matters into her own hands — literally
The Marana Police Department is hosting a MPD Kids Police Academy for children ages 5 to 9 years from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monday, March 20, to Friday, March 24.
Maritza Roberts-Padilla says quality sexual health education is lacking.
Marana High School automotive technology teacher Chris Citro likes to give students hands-on opportunities. He works with those who want to increase their knowledge or pursue careers in the industry.
Higher-than-expected asphalt costs have pushed bids for two road projects beyond engineering estimates, prompting town of Oro Valley staff to seek town council permission to use $603,211 in capital impr…
Pet owners know theirs is the cutest, best, most interesting fur baby around.
Michelle Bergesen loves her job, and it shows.
Every morning as Alvin Ramsey starts his day, he spends time in prayer.
Tucson nonprofit leader Dirk Dieters awoke in the middle of the night last January, recalling a dream.
Roadrunner Elementary School physical education teacher Charlie Proper never expected to be named Marana Unified School District’s teacher of the year.
The Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance and the town of Oro Valley are partnering up once again to capture the essence of Oro Valley life, animals, outdoor spaces, urban and residential life, an…