Thelma Grimes, The Explorer Posted:
Right after the results of the midterm elections poured in and many Democrats across the country were making concession speeches, President Ob…
Ed Honea Posted:
It’s the time of year when we all feel more thankful for everything we have. We count our blessings a little more and appreciate the people an…
Ally Miller Posted:
I am very pleased to announce that District 1 will be receiving a large portion of the $5 million allocated for road repairs this year. Althou…
James Sandefer Posted:
I’ve always gotten excited about the holidays and this is primarily due to the pleasantly improved attitudes displayed by most people. Many fo…
Lou Waters Posted:
Remember the song, “Is That All There Is?”
Blood dripped from his face and lacerations covered his arms. Dallin Wengert lay unconscious as his body jerked around in a fit of seizures. Amy Wengert sat by her husband in the helicopter praying – praying that he would live.
Sticks and stones may break your bones, but for Stacy Gowler, they make great custom cutting boards and coasters.
Mountain View High School has had five former students killed in battle in Iraq and Afghanistan, which is believed to be the most of any high school in America. This somber fact led to the construction of a veterans’ memorial in front of the school. Nov. 8, the school dedicated the monument to the five, as well as any United States military veteran.
On November 25, Pima County Sheriff’s Department deputies received a call around 1:40 p.m. in reference to an armed robbery that took place in the 6400 block of North Oracle Road (near the intersection of North Oracle Road and West Orange Grove Road).
Planning on being involved in the Black Friday mad shopping rush? Then look below for some of the top stores Black Friday hours to plan out your day and get the best deals.
Last Thursday morning the Arizona Game and Fish Department, in collaboration with the Catalina Bighorn Sheep Society, released the second wave of bighorn sheep into the Santa Catalina Mountains.
A long-running debate over two major General Plan amendments in Oro Valley has moved beyond the Planning and Zoning Commission after each passed in a 6-1 vote on Nov. 20.