Oro Valley Public Works employees Tony Sances and Manuel Fierros place Christmas trees into a wood chipper at the Naranja Town Site last Wednesday. The Oro Valley Kiwanis Club uses the “treecycle” program as a fund-raiser for buying presents and school supplies for needy kids. People wishing to use the mulch are free to pick some up at the town site.
According to news reports, the North Korean government is angry over the official release of the Seth Rogan film, "The Interview".
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