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On Friday, Nov. 22, more than 1,000 fourth through eighth grade students descended upon Pima Community College’s Northwest Campus to experience science first hand. The Arizona STEM Adventure invites students and teachers from multiple school districts to learn about science from local organi…

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The Town of Oro Valley is experiencing positive financial standings in three of the town’s major fund categories, according to a budget update spanning January of this year through September.

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The Fred Lawrence Whipple Observatory recently announced a new pilot tour allowing visitors to see and learn about gamma ray telescopes every Tuesday, until March 2020.

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Ironwood Ridge High School senior Emily Pickard, center, poses with (from left to right) former Oro Valley Council member Lou Waters, Rev. Jim Briney and former Mayor Satish Hiremath after winning this year’s Hiremath Student Integrity Prize. The yearly honor, awarded alongside the Waters Ex…

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In honor of Mexico’s patron saint, the DeGrazia Gallery In The Sun Museum is celebrating La Fiesta de Guadalupe this Sunday, Dec. 8 with live music, dancing and a special mass in its recently refurbished Mission in the Sun. 

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With a major research university right in our backyard, a strong military presence and innovative companies throughout the metro region, there’s often a plethora of interesting science and technology news to be found in Southern Arizona. Here’s a breakdown of the most interesting recent deve…

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Aging Well in the home is evolving, due to the growing popularity of smart speakers and other connected devices. Whether you like to relax to music, keep up with current events, or catch up with friends on a video chat, you can do so with a simple voice command. Imagine applying that conveni…

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Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller announced she will not seek reelection for a third term on her Facebook page Monday afternoon. 

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“My name is Fido and I am a 4-year-old boy. I am a sweet boy who would prefer to be your only cat to get all of your love and attention. In the past I have done well with calm, cat savvy dogs and gentle kids.” Fido (875896) Fall in love with Fido at HSSA Main Campus at 635 W. Roger Rd. You c…

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Fresenius Kidney Care recently celebrated the open house of the first dedicated dialysis clinic in Marana. Although Fresenius operates five other locations throughout Tucson, nurses and staff saw many patients driving out of the Marana town limits to receive kidney care.

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In the coming weeks, construction crews in Marana will begin building two water treatment facilities to purify the town’s drinking water in two systems contaminated with elevated levels of unregulated compounds 1,4-dioxane and PFAs.

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Happy Thanksgiving! It’s a wonderful time to gather with friends and family and share our gratitude for the many blessings in our lives. I am very thankful for the opportunity to serve the wonderful Marana community under the inspiring direction of our town council, and alongside our hardwor…

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The Christmas season is here whether you like it or not. But a quick trip to the Gaslight Theatre’s newest holiday show of “The Secret Santa” will ensure you are, indeed, excited about the frosty season.

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Another season of high school football has come and gone in northwest Tucson, with several notable moments from the year that was. 

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The City of Tucson is opening its inaugural outdoor ice skating rink on Friday, located at 45 N. 5th Ave., across the street from Hotel Congress.

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After spending five years in Poznań, Poland and falling in love with the people, the culture and the food, Lois Britton’s friends call her the country’s best ambassador. 

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The Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance and the Town of Oro Valley are once again partnering to bring the largest celebration of the arts and culture in the region back to town in the form of the Oro Valley Holiday Festival of the Arts & Tree Lighting Celebration.

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Interested in a career with the Marana Unified School District? There’s an opportunity to join the MUSD team next month when the district hosts a job fair for support staff and substitute teachers.

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Some of Southern Arizona’s best and brightest business leaders were gathered under one roof Wednesday night as Inside Tucson Business and Tucson Local Media hosted the seventh annual Executive Excellence Awards.

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The Marana Town Council is continuing to narrow its choices for future infrastructure projects that would be funded by a potential new and permanent sales tax increase.

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Vail School District Superintendent Calvin Baker’s career history is filled with radical changes. From moving from the Sonoran Desert to above the Arctic Circle, to turning a district of one school into a district of 22 schools, Baker has seen his fair share of extremes. 

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Within the next few years, Oro Valley residents and visitors will enjoy a smooth ride down State Route 77, also known as Oracle Road.

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The high school volleyball season has come to a close in Southern Arizona, meaning it’s time to get down to the business of picking the best of the best players in our midst. 

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At a Nov. 5 council meeting, the Town of Marana approved the design of a public art project that aims to represent the community and also allows high school students to contribute their artistic skills.

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One of downtown Tucson’s most popular pizzerias is coming to the northwest after the family behind Reilly Craft Pizza decided to open a second location near the intersection of West Ina and North Oracle roads.

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The Amphi Foundation recently awarded $20,800 to local teachers to purchase classroom supplies for the 2019-20 school year. The money was distributed to 43 teachers in 16 of Amphitheater Public School District’s 21 schools.